Ontario Expands COVID-19 Vaccination Locations to More Pharmacies in Newmarket-Aurora

Published on May 18, 2021

Select pharmacies in Newmarket-Aurora and in all 13 hot spot public health unit regions will begin offering the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Age eligibility to receive a vaccine in these pharmacies will be 18 years of age and older. Further expansion of the pharmacy channel will continue throughout the month, with 2,500 locations to begin offering the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines by the end of May.

 

Aurora:

Care Drugs

24 Orchard Heights Boulevard, Unit 103

Adults 18 and over interested in receiving the Moderna vaccine

 

Shoppers Drug Mart

15408 Yonge Street

Adults 18 and over in 2021 interested in receiving the Pfizer vaccine

 

Shoppers Drug Mart

14729 Yonge Street

Adults 18 and over in 2021 interested in receiving the Pfizer vaccine

 

Sobeys Pharmacy

15500 Bayview Avenue

Adults 18 and over interested in receiving the Moderna vaccine

 

Wellness Clinical Pharmacy

15450 Yonge Street, Unit 2

Adults 18 and over interested in receiving the Moderna vaccine

 

Newmarket:

Dixon Medical Pharmacy

531 Davis Drive, Unit 106

Adults 18 and over interested in receiving the Moderna vaccine

 

Newmarket Pharmacy

130 Davis Drive, Unit 24

Adults 18 and over interested in receiving the Moderna vaccine

 

Real Canadian Superstore

18120 Yonge Street

Adults 18 and over in 2021 interested in receiving the Pfizer vaccine

 

Rexall

16900 Yonge Street

Adults 18 and over in 2021 interested in receiving the Pfizer vaccine

 

Shoppers Drug Mart

17600 Yonge Street Lower Level, Unit B3

Adults 18 and over in 2021 interested in receiving the Pfizer vaccine

 

Shoppers Drug Mart

20 Davis Drive

Adults 18 and over in 2021 interested in receiving the Pfizer vaccine

For an updated list of participating pharmacies, please visit: ontario.ca/pharmacycovidvaccine.

 

We encourage all Ontarians to book an appointment as soon as it’s their turn. By doing so, we can protect our families, friends and loved ones, and stop the spread of COVID-19.