Appointments

The COVID-19 vaccine is by appointment only. You can book your COVID-19 vaccination appointment online.

If you do not see clinic information for your community, contact your local health centre to discuss your options.

How to get proof of your COVID-19 vaccination.



COVID-19 vaccine eligibility chart

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility chart
  • Immunocompromised individuals may need an additional 3rd dose of their primary series.
  • The bivalent booster is available for Yukoners ages 18+ and immunocompromised individuals ages 12+.
    • The bivalent booster targets both the original COVID-19 strain and Omicron variants.
  • If you’ve recently had COVID-19, it's recommended to wait until at least 3 months have passed since symptoms started or testing positive before getting your next vaccine or booster.


Appointments for children ages 6 months to 5 years

The Moderna pediatric vaccine is available to children between ages 6 months to 5 years.

Find more about the vaccine for children:

6 month to 5 year olds should have 14 days between receiving any vaccines and the COVID-19 vaccine.

Communities

If you do not see your community listed, a clinic will be held in your community in the coming weeks.

Whitehorse

Date: February 2, 9
Time: 9 am to 12:20 pm
Location: Whitehorse Convention Centre
 
Appointments can be booked Wednesday to Friday, 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1:30 pm to 4:30 by calling 867-332-6754.
 
Drop ins will be accommodated whenever possible. 
Note: The clinic is closed for lunch from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.

Book your COVID-19 vaccine 

Book your COVID-19 and flu Vaccine

Beaver Creek

Phone the health centre at 867-862-4444 for more information.

Burwash Landing and Destruction Bay

Phone the health centre at 867-841-4444 for more information or to book.

Carcross (including Tagish, Crag Lake and Lewes Lake)

Phone the health centre at 867-821-4444 for more information.

Carmacks

Date: January 18
Time: 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1:30 pm to 4 pm
Location: Carmacks Health Centre

Phone the health centre at 867-863-4444 for more information.

Dawson City

Date: February 17, March 13
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Location: Dawson Health Centre
 
Phone the health centre at 867-993-4300 for more information or to book.

Faro

Phone the health centre at 867-994-4444 for more information or to book.

Haines Junction (including Takhini River Subdivision, Champagne and Canyon)

Phone the health centre at 867-634-4444 for more information or to book.

Mayo

Phone the health centre at 867-996-4444 for more information or to book.

Old Crow

Phone the health centre at 867-966-4444 for more information or to book.

Pelly Crossing

Phone the health centre at 867-537-4444 for more information or to book.

Ross River

Phone the health centre at 867-969-4444 for more information or to book.

Teslin

Phone the health centre at 867-390-4444 for more information or to book.

Watson Lake

Phone the health centre at 867-536-5255 for more information or to book.


Appointments for children age 5 to 11

The Pfizer pediatric vaccine is available to children age 5 to 11.

Find more about the vaccine for children:

5 to 11 year olds should have 14 days between receiving any vaccines and the COVID-19 vaccine.

Boosters

1st boosters are available for children ages 5 to 11 when it has been a minimum of 6 months since dose 2.

Communities

If you do not see your community listed, a clinic will be held in your community in the coming weeks.

Whitehorse

Date: February 1, 3, 8, 10
Time: 9 am to 4:30 pm
Location: Whitehorse Convention Centre 
 
Date: February 2, 9
Time: 9 am to 12:20 pm
Location: Whitehorse Convention Centre 
 
Appointments can be booked Wednesday to Friday, 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1:30 pm to 4:30 by calling 867-332-6754.
 
Drop ins will be accommodated whenever possible. 
Note: The clinic is closed for lunch from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.
 
Location: Yukon Convention Centre, 4051-4th Avenue in Whitehorse.

Book your COVID-19 vaccine 

Book your COVID-19 and flu Vaccine

Beaver Creek

Phone the health centre at 867-862-4444 for more information.

Burwash Landing and Destruction Bay

Phone the health centre at 867-841-4444 for more information or to book.

Carcross (including Tagish, Crag Lake and Lewes Lake)

 
Phone the health centre at 867-821-4444 for more information.

Carmacks

Date: January 18
Time: 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1:30 pm to 4 pm
Location: Carmacks Health Centre

Phone the health centre at 867-863-4444 for more information.

Dawson City

Date: Febuary 15, March 17
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Location: Dawson Health Centre
 
Date: February 3, 
Time: 9 am to 12 pm
Location: Dawson Health Centre
 
Phone the health centre at 867-993-4300 for more information or to book.

Faro

Phone the health centre at 867-994-4444 for more information.

Haines Junction (including Takhini River Subdivision, Champagne and Canyon)

Phone the health centre at 867-634-4444 for more information.

Mayo

Phone the health centre at 867-996-4444 for more information.

Old Crow

Phone the health centre at 867-966-4444 for more information.

Pelly Crossing

Phone the health centre at 867-537-4444 for more information.

Ross River

Phone the health centre at 867-969-4444 for more information.

Teslin

Phone the health centre at 867-390-4444 for more information or to book.

Watson Lake

Phone the health centre at 867-536-5255 for more information.



Appointments for people 12 and older

Adults

  • The Moderna vaccine is available to Yukoners aged
    • 6 months to 4 years; and
    • 30 years and older.
  • The Pfizer vaccine is available to Yukoners ages 5 and older.
  • A bivalent booster is available for anyone 12+
  • You can get both vaccines with a single appointment.
  • In Whitehorse, book your appointment at Yukon.ca/appointments
  • If you do not see appointments available, check back as more appointments will be added soon.
  • In rural communities, contact your healthcare centre.

Youth ages 12 and up

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is available to children aged 12 through 17. 

Find out more about vaccines for youth and consent for vaccinations.

Boosters

COVID-19 boosters are available to people age 12 and older. You can get your 1st booster 6 months after completing your COVID-19 vaccine series.

The primary vaccine series shows signs of waning over time. A booster dose will help boost immune system response.

The primary series for COVID-19 for almost all Yukoners is 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. Immunocompromised Yukoners may have received a 3rd dose as part of their primary series.

Learn more about why you should get a booster dose.

Other information: 

Additional boosters

Additional COVID-19 booster are available if you're:

  • 12 years of age or older;
  • a senior living in long-term care or other senior congregate living settings; or
  • immunocompromised.

You can get additional boosters 6 months after your last booster. 

Communities

If you do not see your community listed, a clinic will be held in your community in the coming weeks.

Whitehorse

Date: February 1, 3, 8, 10
Time: 9 am to 4:30 pm
Location: Whitehorse Convention Centre 
 
Date: February 2, 9
Time: 9 am to 12:20 pm
Location: Whitehorse Convention Centre 
 
Appointments can be booked Wednesday to Friday, 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1:30 pm to 4:30 by calling 867-332-6754.
 
Drop-ins will be accommodated whenever possible. 
Note: The clinic is closed for lunch from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.
 
Location: Yukon Convention Centre, 4051-4th Avenue in Whitehorse.

Book your COVID-19 vaccine 

Book your COVID-19 and flu Vaccine

Beaver Creek

Phone the health centre at 867-862-4444 for more information or to book.

Burwash Landing and Destruction Bay

Phone the health centre at 867-841-4444 for more information or to book.

Carcross (including Tagish, Crag Lake and Lewes Lake)

Phone the health centre at 867-821-4444 for more information.

Carmacks

Date: January 18
Time: 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1:30 pm to 4 pm
Location: Carmacks Health Centre

Phone the health centre at 867-863-4444 for more information.

Dawson City

Date: January 20, February 10, 22, March 10, 24
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Location: Dawson Health Centre
 
Phone the health centre at 867-993-4300 for more information or to book.

Destruction Bay

Phone the health centre at 867-841-4444 for more information.

Faro

Phone the health centre at 867-994-4444 for more information or to book.

Haines Junction (including Takhini River Subdivision, Champagne and Canyon)

Phone the health centre at 867-634-4444 for more information or to book.

Mayo

Date: January 24
Time:1 to 4 pm
Location: Mayo Health Centre

Phone the health centre at 867-996-4444 for more information or to book.

Old Crow

Phone the health centre at 867-966-4444 for more information or to book..

Pelly Crossing

Phone the health centre at 867-537-4444 for more information or to book.

Ross River

Phone the health centre at 867-969-4444 for more information.

Teslin

Phone the health centre at 867-390-4444 for more information or to book.

Watson Lake

The Flu vaccination will be available during these appointment times.

Phone the health centre at 867-536-5255 for more information.



Before your appointment

Review the information sheet and after-care sheet. Prepare any questions you have for clinic health-care providers.

What to bring to your vaccination appointment

If you have a health-care card, bring it with you to the clinic. If you live in the Yukon but do not yet have a Yukon health-care card, you must bring valid photo ID, such as a passport or driver's licence, plus 1 of the following:

  • valid Yukon student card;
  • proof of employment in Yukon; or
  • reasonable proof of Yukon residency (for example, a utility bill).

You should also bring a mask and your immunization record (yellow book) if you have it. Wear a loose-fitting or short-sleeved shirt so that your upper arm can be reached.

What COVID-19 safety measures will vaccine clinics have in place? 

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 you must:

  • wear a mask;
  • clean or sanitize your hands;
  • stay 2 metres (6 feet) away from other people; and
  • stay home and rebook your appointment if you're sick or experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.

Staff at the vaccine clinic will wear masks and clean their hands before and after each client.



Questions about booking

How to book

You can book your COVID-19 vaccination appointment online.

How soon before the appointment can you book?

We typically open bookings 1 week before the clinic date. You can book up until the start of the appointment. If you want to book a same-day appointment, plan your time. Consider how much time it’ll take to get to the clinic on time so you can avoid being late.

Why do you have to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment?

Appointments help us manage vaccine supply and follow physical distancing guidelines.

What information do you need to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment?

  • You need a valid health-care card to book online.
  • You can use a Yukon or other Canadian health-care card.
  • You need to provide a telephone number in case we have to contact you about your appointment.
  • We recommend you provide an email address when you book your appointment.
  • We will send confirmation and reminder messages to your email address. This email will come from the Government of Yukon through noreply@canimmunize.ca.

If you do not have a Yukon health-care card

  • If you’re a Yukon resident, you can apply for a Yukon health-care card
  • If you've misplaced or lost your health-care card, phone Insured Health 867-667-5209.
  • Without your health-care card number, you cannot book online. Phone your local health centre for assistance. 

If you do not have an email address

You can book an appointment online without an email address. Make sure you write down the appointment date and time. You will not get a confirmation or reminder.


Booking for others

Can you book an appointment on behalf of a family member?

Yes. You'll need:

  • their name;
  • health-care card number; and
  • contact information.

You'll need to complete the COVID-19 screening form for your family member to book an appointment. Every person will be re-screened before they enter the vaccination clinic. 

Can you book an appointment for a family member for the same time as your own appointment?

Appointment times are for 1 person only. Clinics have many staff giving the vaccine. You may be able to book an appointment at approximately the same time as your family member.

  1. After you book your appointment, return to the start by choosing the Yukon logo at the top of the page.
  2. If there’s another spot at the same time as your booked appointment, this spot will still show as available. You can book in another family member.

If the clinic is restricted to a certain age group, you can only book appointments for family members if they're in this age group.

How can you reschedule a vaccine appointment?

If you need to reschedule your vaccination appointment, try to do it as soon as possible.

If you booked online and provided an email address:

  1. Choose the “Manage my appointment” link in your appointment confirmation email. This link will take you to your appointment summary on the online service.
  2. Choose “Reschedule” in the top right to select a new date and time for your appointment.
  3. You’ll get an email confirming your appointment has been rescheduled.

If you booked online and did not provide an email address, or you booked an appointment on the phone:

Email covid19info@yukon.ca to reschedule your appointment.

How can you cancel a vaccine appointment?

If you need to cancel your vaccination appointment, try to do it as soon as possible.

If you booked online and provided an email address:

  1. Choose the “Manage my appointment” link in your appointment confirmation email. This link will take you to your appointment summary on the online service.
  2. Choose “Cancel” in the top right.
  3. You’ll get an email confirming your appointment cancellation.

If you booked online and did not provide an email address, or you booked an appointment on the phone:

Email covid19info@yukon.ca, or phone 1-877-374-0425 to cancel your appointment.


Workers impacted by vaccine mandate

If your employment has been affected by the vaccine mandate, please phone 1-877-374-0425. Tell them your employment has been impacted and you’re unable to schedule a 1st or 2nd vaccine shot appointment online. You’ll be asked for your full name and telephone number to have someone follow up with you.

Non-mRNA COVID-19 vaccines

Novavax

For people aged 18 and over seeking an alternative to the mRNA vaccines, such as Pfizer and Moderna, the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine is now available in the Yukon.  Novavax is a non-mRNA COVID-19 vaccine and is administered as a 2 dose series with doses 8 weeks apart. If you wish to be vaccinated with Novavax,  phone Whitehorse Health Centre at 867-667-8864. Tell them you are looking for an appointment to receive the Novavax vaccine.  You’ll be asked for your full name and telephone number and someone will follow up with you with once a clinic time is available.

Immunocompromised people

Only a small number of people who are immune compromised are eligible to have a 3rd dose as part of their primary series.

People with the following conditions can book a 3rd dose appointment:

  • active treatment for solid tumour or hematologic malignancies;
  • receipt of solid-organ transplant while taking an immunosuppressive therapy;
  • receipt of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy (within 2 years);
  • receipt of hematopoietic stem cell transplant (within 2 years);
  • moderate to severe primary immunodeficiency (for example, DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome);
  • stage 3 or advanced untreated HIV infection;
  • those with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS);
  • active treatment with the following categories of immunosuppressive therapies:
    • anti-B cell therapies (monoclonal antibodies targeting CD19, CD20 and CD22 );
    • high-dose systemic corticosteroids (for example, a prednisone dose of ≥ 2 mg/kg per day or ≥ 20 mg per day for ≥ 14 days);
    • alkylating agents;
    • antimetabolites;
    • tumour-necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors; and
    • other biologic agents that are significantly immunosuppressive.

Examples of biological agents that reduce immune response include:

  • cancer chemotherapy;
  • radiation therapy;
  • cytotoxic drugs;
  • calcineurin inhibitors;
  • biological response modifiers; and
  • antibodies that target lymphocytes.

If you're unsure if you're eligible, contact your health care provider.

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