05 Mar 2021

Information on COVID-19 vaccinations

Updated March 5, 2021

Newfoundland and Labrador’s Chief Medical Officer of Health has announced that all residents of the province who wish to receive COVID-19 vaccinations will be able to do so by the end of June.

The vaccinations will be given at no cost to residents of the province in an order decided by Public Health.

Residents aged 70 and over are asked to register now to receive their vaccines beginning in early April. The ANC’s Settlement team is contacting recent and current clients in this age group. If you have not heard from us, please contact your settlement worker or phone 722-9680.

If you are aged 70 or older, you can also register at this link or by phoning 273-3930 (from St. John’s metro area) or  1-833-668-3930 (toll-free from anywhere in the province).

Some partner organizations in Ontario have developed information sheets on COVID-19 vaccinations, and translated them into several languages. Thanks to { Refugee } 613, OCASI, TAIBU CHC, and Women’s College Hospital.

BULLETIN #1: General information on the COVID-19 vaccine
In English
In French
In Arabic
In Simplified Chinese
In Traditional Chinese
In Hindi
In Punjabi
In Spanish
In Tigrinya

BULLETIN #2: How the COVID-19 vaccine was developed so quickly
In English
In French
In Arabic
In Simplified Chinese
In Traditional Chinese
In Hindi
In Punjabi
In Spanish