Posted on Thursday, November 04, 2021 09:21 AM
Whitby, Ontario - Durham Region Health Department is now expanding eligibility for third doses of COVID-19 vaccine, as recently announced by the province. Eligibility to receive a third dose of vaccine includes:
Posted on Tuesday, November 02, 2021 04:06 PM
This is just a reminder to our residents about some upcoming changes to our Clarington programs; pre-registration will not be required for our drop-in programs starting on November 5, 2021. Our programs will be viewable on Be Active on Wednesday, November 3, 2021. Please check our program listing regularly, as we will be posting the most up-to-date information online. Program drop-in will be run on a first-come and first-serve basis, and we require registration and payment at the Customer Service...
Posted on Monday, November 01, 2021 02:27 PM
Whitby, Ontario – Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 7, creating darker commuting hours that affect visibility on roadways. That’s why the Region of Durham is reminding drivers, pedestrians and cyclists to be vigilant and safe on the road as darkness comes earlier.
With the increase of residents staying home amid COVID-19, and many high schools in Durham ending later in the day, there are more pedestrians and cyclists out in the community during darker and less visible times.
Posted on Friday, October 29, 2021 01:51 PM
Whitby, Ontario - Durham Region Health Department is encouraging everyone who has not yet received a first or second dose of COVID-19 vaccine to join in the "last mile" push to get vaccinated. To support this, the Health Department is extending clinic hours at Audley Recreation Centre clinic site in Ajax and opening an additional community immunization clinic at Garnet B. Rickard Recreation Complex, Clarington.
Starting Monday, Nov. 1, hours at area community immunization clinics will be expanded...
Posted on Friday, October 15, 2021 10:07 AM
Whitby, Ontario – Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our community has remained #DurhamStrong through our resilient spirit. The past year and a half has changed the way we work, communicate, and live. Yet, everyone has faced different struggles and triumphs throughout this time.
As Durham Region looks to the future—and economic and community recovery—we are calling on residents to share their unique experiences with us on a new, interactive platform: durham.ca/PandemicStories.