Getting vaccinated

Get vaccinated this September

Halifax campuses

Student Health & Wellness is offering on-campus COVID-19 vaccination appointments in Halifax available for Dalhousie and King's students, faculty and staff (ages 18+) throughout the month of September at the Student Health and Wellness Centre. Appointments at the centre are available for booking at (See additional information about online bookings below.)

There will also offer drop-in appointments at our mobile vaccination clinic in the LeMarchant Place Atrium (1246 LeMarchant Street) for students, faculty and staff from 12-6 p.m. on the following upcoming dates:

  • Wednesday, September 22

Please bring your Nova Scotia Health Card or government issued identification from your home province, territory or country and one additional piece of supporting documentation (e.g. DalCard) with you to the clinic.

Additional information about booking vaccine appointments online

Appointments are also available throughout Nova Scotia at pharmacies and primary care centres. These appointments can also be booked at

You will need to have a Nova Scotia Health Card in order to book your appointment online. If you don’t have a Nova Scotia Health Card you will need to book your appointment by calling the toll-free line at 1-833-797-7772. If you need service in a language other than English, you can ask for an interpreter when you book your appointment by phone. Service is available in over 125 different languages including Arabic, Cantonese, Chinese, Farsi, French, Somali and Spanish.

If you have been vaccinated or partially vaccinated with a product that has not been approved by Health Canada, you can call the COVID Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-797-7772 to book an appointment or bring a copy of your vaccination record to the drop-in clinic.  

Any questions about which vaccines are currently approved by Health Canada can be answered by calling 1-800-430-9557 or 902-481-5821 or by emailing