Get Your Shot CK

Booking is as easy as 1, 2, 3!

  • Step 1: Are You Eligible?

  • Step 2: Log into Your PerfectMind Account

  • Step 3: Book Your Appointment

PLEASE NOTE: All vaccination clinics require a booked appointment at this time.

Before You Start Booking:

If you don't already have a Municipality of Chatham-Kent PerfectMind account, please create one now using the link here: 

Create a PerfectMind Account

How-To Create an Account Guide 

How-To Log In and Edit Your Profile Guide.

Other Options for Booking Your COVID-19 Vaccine
  1. If you feel more comfortable booking an appointment at an upcoming clinic by phone, please call 519.351.1010 and leave a message for our staff to return your call.
  2. Select pharmacies are now offering the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines. For a location near you, please check here.
  3. Some primary care offices are now offering the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines. Please contact your primary care provider for information.

Have questions?

Contact the Ontario Vaccine Confidence Line

Those who have questions about COVID-19 vaccines and would like to speak to an experienced agent or health specialist are encouraged to call the Provincial Vaccine Confidence Line that can be accessed through the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre: 1-833-943-3900 (TTY for people who are deaf, hearing-impaired or speech-impaired: 1-866-797-0007). The Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre is available in more than 300 languages, seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Step 1: Are You Eligible?

Please review the COVID-19 vaccination eligibility categories below to confirm that you qualify for the vaccine. Click on each category to expand the section for more information.

If you received Pfizer or Moderna (mRNA vaccines) for your first vaccine, you may receive either mRNA vaccine to complete the vaccine series. Both vaccines are safe and effective and can be interchanged. 

Some groups are now eligible to receive a booster dose AT 168 DAYS after they received their second dose.

Individuals with immune compromising health conditions (as listed) are eligible for booster doses 8 WEEKS after their second dose.

Once in the PerfectMind booking system, you will be asked to verify which category you qualify under.


The following groups are eligible for booster doses AT 168 days (or 24 WEEKS ) from their second dose

1) Adults 50+ (Born in 1971 or earlier)

Adults ages 50-69 may book appointments starting December 13, 2021  and beyond when they are 168 days from their second dose.

2) Healthcare Workers

Regulated health professionals and any staff member, contract worker, student/trainee, registered volunteer, or other designated essential caregivers currently working in-person in a health care organization, including workers that are not providing direct patient care and are frequently in the patient environment (i.e. cleaning staff, research staff, other administrative staff) are included in the below:

3) All hospital and acute care staff, including:

  • Critical Care Units, Emergency Departments and Urgent Care Departments, COVID-19 Medical Units, Code Blue Teams, rapid response teams
  • General internal medicine and other specialists, Surgical care, Obstetrics

4) All patient-facing health care workers involved in the COVID-19 response:

  • COVID-19 Specimen Collection Centers, Mobile Testing Teams, COVID-19 Laboratory Services
  • Teams supporting outbreak response (e.g., IPAC teams supporting outbreak management, inspectors in the patient environment)
  • COVID-19 vaccine clinics and mobile immunization teams
  • COVID-19 Isolation Centers
  • Current members of Ontario’s Emergency Medical Assistance Team (EMAT)
  • Medical First Responders (ORNGE, paramedics, firefighters providing medical first response, police and special constables providing medical first response as part of their regular duties).

5) Health care workers and designated essential caregivers working in congregate settings (assisted living, correctional settings, shelters, supportive housing, hospices and palliative care settings, etc.); 

6) Home and community health care workers, providing in-person care, including:

  • Needle exchange/syringe programs & supervised consumption and treatment services
  • Indigenous health care service providers including but not limited to: Aboriginal Health Access Centers, Indigenous Community Health Centers, Indigenous Interprofessional Primary Care Teams, and Indigenous Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics
  • Community health centres, chronic homecare, birth centres, dentistry and dental hygiene, Pharmacies, Primary care, Walk-in clinics, gynecology/obstetrics, Midwifery, Nurse practitioner-led clinics/Contract nursing agencies, Otolaryngology (ENT), medical and surgical specialities, medical transport, laboratory services, independent health facilities, health care providers in developmental services, mental health and addictions services.
  • Health care workers in schools/daycare/campus, sexual health clinics, community diagnostic imaging, dietary/nutrition, audiology, naturopathy, holistic care, chiropractic, chronic pain clinics, kinesiology/physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychiatry, acupuncture, registered massage therapy, psychotherapy, social work, public health

7) First Nation, Inuit and Metis

  • First Nation, Inuit and Métis adults and their non-Indigenous household members ages 16+
  • Boosters are not recommended for those 12-15 years old at this time

8) Individuals who received a viral vector vaccine (AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson)

The following individuals are eligible for a booster mRNA dose

  • Two doses of AstraZeneca/ COVISHIELD COVID-19 vaccine
  • One dose of Janssen/Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

Have questions? Visit our booster page FAQ

Please confirm your eligibility

Step 2: Log into Your PerfectMind Account

Please log into your PerfectMind account using the button below. This will open PerfectMind in a new browser window.

If you click on "Booking Your Vaccine Appointment," it will send you back to this page for Step 3.

Log Into Your PerfectMind Account

Step 3: Book Your Appointment

  • Certify that you meet eligibility criteria and click the box.
  • Click on the "Book Vaccination Appointment" button below. This will take you to the list of all upcoming COVID-19 vaccination clinics operated by CK Public Health.
  • Follow the process to select and book an appointment.
    • Detailed written How-To instructions are available here.
    • There is also a detailed How-To video below.
  • You will need to adjust the date range in the filters to see appointments more than 2 weeks away.
  • Please ensure that you reach the final confirmation screen that has an option to "Print Registration Confirmation."
Book Vaccination Appointment

How to book an appointment