Important information to know before booking - please read carefully:

  • Mamaway Wiidokdaadwin is supporting clinics taking place in the community. We are NOT offering the COVID-19 vaccine in our clinic offices at this time.
  • Mamaway Wiidokdaadwin Medical Office Assistants are unable to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments. Please use the button below OR call a vaccine coordinator for help.
  • To see all available appointment times you must click on the date you want at the top AND click on the same corresponding date in the calendar. Otherwise you'll see no times.
  • You will be asked for ID when you attend your appointment that confirms Indigenous ancestry. For Dose 2 appointments, you can use the same document you used for Dose 1.
  • It must have been at least 21 days from your first dose to receive your second dose at your appointment. If it's been more than 21 days you can still book an appointment for as soon as possible.
  • Eligibility: Indigenous youth age 12 to 17 and Indigenous adults 18 and older and non-Indigenous adults living in the same household can get their first dose and their second dose at the 21-28 day interval.

NEW Clinics:
July 6 2021 - Orillia and Area
July 16 2021 - Midland and Area
July 20 2021 - Barrie and Area

NEED HELP BOOKING? Contact a Vaccine Coordinator:

705-826-0575 (9am to 5pm Mon - Fri)

Indigenous Community Clinics and Mass Immunization Clinics:

You have the option to book your vaccine appointment at an Indigenous Community Clinic OR at a mass immunization clinic. Indigenous Community Clinics are clinics for Indigenous community members only while mass immunization clinics offer appointments to anyone who is eligible for a vaccine. Both types of clinics offer the same vaccines.

Indigenous Community Clinics will be listed here when they are available for booking.

Information about COVID-19 Vaccines for Indigenous Communities

All Indigenous adults 16 years of age or older, living in the Simcoe Muskoka Region are able to book an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Indigenous youth age 12-17 are also now able to receive the vaccine. The time between Dose 1 and Dose 2 is 21 Days for Indigenous adults and 28 days minimum for youth.

Non-Indigenous adults who live in the same household as an Indigenous adult receiving the vaccine and are 16 or older are also able to book an appointment. Every adult in the household must book their own appointment and households should book appointments for the same time.

COVID-19 Vaccines Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines? These FAQ sheets have information on the vaccines and how they support you to stay healthy in mind, body, spirit, emotions, and community. 

Maad'ookiing Mshkiki—Sharing Medicine

Maad'ookiing Mshkiki - Sharing Medicine is a virtual hub that shares culturally relevant and trauma-informed information about COVID-19 vaccinations for First Nations, Métis and Inuit. More information can be found on the Maad'ookiing Mshkiki webpage.


Declaration of Indigenous Ancestry

Right now, there are not enough vaccines for everyone in the public who wants a vaccine to get one. Indigenous communities have been identified as high priority to get the vaccine. In order to make sure Indigenous community members can get the vaccines now, clinics will be requesting identification. As more vaccines become available, the need for identification will be reviewed. More information can be found in this FAQ sheet

Examples of documentation you may bring to show for your appointment include:

  • Status Card
  • Band Membership Card
  • Citizenship Card from Métis Nation of Canada Governing Member
  • Land Claim Beneficiary Card
  • Non-Insured Health Benefits N-Number
  • Letter of support from local Indigenous service organization
  • Letter from your home community (Elder, Band Office, Social Worker etc.)

If you are having any trouble gathering your documentation, contact your local Indigenous service organization (e.g. Native Friendship Centre, Native Women's Association, Métis Council etc.) for support.

Our team members are available by telephone call back for support.

Please leave us a voicemail if you are struggling.

Barrie Clinic -Phone: 705-721-9554
Orillia Clinic - Phone: 705-259-9520
To contact our Nurse Practitioner at the
Beausoleil Health Centre, 705-247-2035

Click Here for additional support & resources

COVID-19 Regional Monitoring Dashboard:

COVID-19 Assessment Centres

Before visiting an assessment centre, you should first seek guidance from your primary care provider on whether it is appropriate for them to do so.

Ontarians can also do so by:
• Calling Telehealth Ontario: 1-866-797-0000
• Calling the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit: 705-721-7520, 8:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. and weekends 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

You should not go to an assessment centre unless you have COVID-19 symptoms.

At the assessment centre, you will be seen by a healthcare professional, who will provide you with the necessary care and instructions for follow up, if required. 


More Information Below  ⇓

Let's help flatten the curve by staying home when possible, social distancing and wear PPE when 6ft is not possible.