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Linamar (Skyjack) Vaccination Clinic

Linamar is honoured to have the opportunity to support the community in which we live and work in collaboration with Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health in the efforts of Guelph's COVID-19 mass vaccination. 

Why We All Should Get Vaccinated - A message from our CEO

Safe and reliable vaccines can help protect us from COVID-19. The vaccines are an essential tool to help stop the spread of the virus and allow the community to safely resume a normal life. A cross-organizational effort, the program is ready to execute as soon as additional vaccine doses become available, allowing for as many as 10,000 vaccines to be administered daily in our region.

Linamar is launching a vaccination clinic at the Customer Access Centre at Skyjack's Plant 2 in Guelph as part of the Partner-led clinic program of Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health.

We are planning to have the clinic fully operational and ready by mid-March with a goal of 2,000 shots per day within 3-4 weeks.  The clinic will run 7 days a week, 9 am to 9 pm and will be available to the whole Wellington Dufferin Guelph community.

The clinic is being set-up to administer both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines approved for use in Canada. Our vaccination clinic will fall in line with Ontario's COVID-19 Vaccination Plan eligibility criteria.

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has opened pre-registration for eligible individuals identified under the Province’s  Framework for Vaccine Distribution

If you are part of the eligible priority groups, you can call 1-844-780-0202 for help with Vaccine Registration & Booking.

If you're having difficulty booking your vaccination appointment online, please follow these instructions.

Linamar is working closely with the Public Health unit to ensure the vaccination clinic will follow provincial direction and local decision making for vaccine prioritization and eligibility, scheduling (more information to follow), and follow-up vaccinations.

For more information visit the WDG Public Health