List of COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics in Toronto

Here is the list of COVID-19 vaccination sites in Toronto.

Appointments are only available to groups identified by the province and the city of Toronto.

**This article was first published on March 10th. Last updated on May 12th**

IMPORTANT:Starting May 3rd at 8:00 a.m., the province will allow those 18 and older in hot spot communities to book appointments for shots at a mass immunization clinic through the provincial online booking system, directly through public health units that use their own booking system or through pharmacies. See Section 3.5 & 4 for booking information.

**If you have booked an appointment for a fixed clinic, but were able to get your COVID-19 shot during a pop-up clinic, kindly cancel your appointment so that others can book those spots.**

 

Contents:

  • Who is eligible for vaccination in Toronto and pop-up clinics
  • COVID-19 hot spots postal codes in Toronto
  • List of fixed COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Toronto
  • How to book an appointment for fixed Clinics
  • Previously held 18+ pop-up Clinics

FYI: If you did not apply for the $400 Ontario Child Care Benefit payments, you can now do so. Applications are open from May 3rd to 17th.

I. Who is eligible for vaccination in Toronto and 18+ pop-up clinics:

  • People aged 80 or older, health-care workers and Indigenous adults.
  • People highest-risk health conditions can book at Hospital Immunization Clinics.
  • March 12 onwards: AstraZeneca vaccine through pharmacies for eligible people between the ages of 60 and 64.
  • March 22 onwards: Ontarians aged 75 and older can start scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments through the province’s booking portal.
  • March 27 onwards: City of Toronto COVID-19 immunization clinic appointments available to seniors age 70 and older (born in 1951 and earlier).
  • April 1 onwards: Ontario is offering Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines through pharmacies to residents aged 55 and older.
  • April 2 onwards: City of Toronto COVID-19 immunization clinic appointments available to those age 60 or older starting April 2.
  • April 9 onwards: Starting April 9 at 8 a.m., residents age 50 and older living in COVID-19 hot spot postal codes will be able to book vaccination appointments at City-operated immunization clinics.
  • April 12 onwards:University Health Network is holding vaccine clinics for ages from 18 to 49 in high-priority neighbourhoods with postal codes M5V, M6E, M6H. Register through the provincial booking system.
  • April 13 onwards: Residents 18+ and older are eligible for vaccines in hot spot communities. Ontario says community groups will help organize COVID-19 vaccine clinics for residents aged 18 and older in “high risk” settings within virus hot spots.
  • Ongoing: UHN is registering priority group ages 18-49 with postal codes M5V, M6E, M6H for vaccination. UHN or the Ministry of Health will contact them when an appointment is available.
  • April 13 onwards:The BAPS Clinic will administer the COVID-19 vaccine to residents age 18 and older in ‘hot spot’ communities with the following first three characters of their postal code: M9R, M9V, M9W, L4T or L6S. Book an appointment via the William Osler Health booking system. Appointment bookings open April 13th.
 
  • Ongoing: For 18+ Residents of M5A, M5B, M4Y, M4X. Sherbourne Health and Regent Park Community Health Centre will be releasing COVID-19 vaccination appointments on Friday April 23 at noon, for appointments during the week of April 26. Book a COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment at St. James Town Wellesley Community Centre (WCC) and Regent Park 40 Oaks (Fred Victor).
  • April 23rd and ongoing:All pregnant individuals can register for COVID-19 vaccination appointments under the “highest risk” health conditions in Phase Two of the province’s vaccine rollout.
  • April 26 and ongoing: Trillium Health Partners is vaccinating 45+ in these Etobicoke postal codes – M8V, M9A, M9B, M9C. Book online.
  • April 27th onwards: Ontarians 45 and older living in more than 100 neighbourhoods deemed at high risk for COVID-19 can book vaccines at mass immunization clinics starting today. See link for clinics below.
  • April 29th onwards: Starting Thursday, April 29, childcare workers in licensed childcare settings will also be eligible to book an appointment at a City-operated clinic through the provincial booking call centre at 1-833-943-3900. Online registration will not yet be available to this group. The province says those in unlicensed settings can set up appointments in the coming weeks.
  • News announced on April 28th:Workers in Ontario will soon be able to access three paid sick days to help them self-isolate during the pandemic. Labour Minister Monte McNaughton announced that a three-day sick leave policy – which will be administered through the Workplace Insurance and Safety Board – will be retroactive to April 19 and will end on Sept. 25.
  • News announced on April 29th:Ontario government announced the following: the government will send half its available COVID-19 vaccines to hot spots in the first two weeks of May, Access for aged 18 and older forecasted to start on the week of May 24, a Pilot project that will distribute the Pfizer vaccine through pharmacies in hot spots to people aged 55 and older starting April 30, Lower the age eligibility for mass vaccination clinics to 55 and older starting April 30.
  • April 30 onwards for all of Scarborough: All Scarborough residents and those who work in Scarborough can now book a vaccine online. If you prefer to register to be phone, please call 1-888-385-1910.Must provide proof of residency or workplace in Scarborough.Must provide a form of ID (such as a health card or government-issued ID, if you have one) Book Online
  • April 30 onwards for 18+ in Etobicoke Hot Spots: M8V, M9A, M9B, M9C: Trillium Health Partners is now taking appointments for all 18+ residents of M8V, M9A, M9B, M9C. Book Online.
  • April 30 onwards: Torontonians age 55 and older eligible for vaccination at City of Toronto immunization clinics.
  • April 30 onwards: Eight pharmacies in Toronto will offer Pfizer vaccine to age 55 and older.
  • MAY 3rd onwards: In hot spots, those 18 and older will be eligible to book appointments for shots at mass vaccination clinics ***SEE SECTION 3.5 of this article to see which postal codes are served by various health partners. The city of Toronto mass clinics offers vaccination for all as per provincial guidance. (Details)**
  • May 6 onwards: Individuals with the following high-risk health conditions are eligible to book vaccination appointments: Obesity (Body Mass Index (BMI) over 40), Other treatments causing immunosuppression (i.e. chemotherapy, immunity-weakening medications), Intellectual or developmental disabilities (i.e. Down Syndrome).
  • May 7 onwards: Ontario government has announced that up to 60 pharmacies in Ontario will offer Moderna vaccine to those ages 18 and above in Ontario hot spots. List of Pharmacies.
  • May 7 onwards: 16 Toronto pharmacies are offering Pfizer vaccine to 18+ in hotspots.
  • May 11 onwards: Ontario says it will stop giving out first doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for now due to an increased risk of a rare blood clotting syndrome linked to the shot.
  • May 11 to 13: Clinic for 18+ residents who live or work in M2R, M3H, M3J, M3K, M3L, M3M, M3N, M6A, M6B, M6E, M6L, M6M, M9L, M9M, M9N, M9P, M9V, M9W from May 11 to 13th at Downsview Arena (1633 Wilson Ave). Open from 9 am until supplies last. No appointment is necessary. First come, first served. Updated to all Hot Spots for May 11.

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  • May 11th onwards: As of Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 8:00 a.m., individuals with at-risk health conditions such as dementia, diabetes and sickle cell disease, as well as Group Two of people who cannot work from home including grocery store, restaurant and transportation workers will be eligible to book an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • May 11 onwards for May 20: Pop up clinic for 18+ who live or work in M3J M3K M3L M3M M3N M6B M6E M6K M6H M6L M6M M6N M9L M9M M9N M9P M9V M9W on May 20, 10am-5pm at Holy Family Catholic School 141 Close Ave, Toronto. Appointment required. Details
  • May 11 to 13: 18+ Vaccine clinic for all Hot Spots on May 11, 12 pm – 8 pm, May 12 & 13, 11am – 9pm at General Mercer Schoool – 30 Turnberry Ave, Toronto. Walk-In. Id Required. Details

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  • May 12 & 13: 18+ Vaccine clinic for any M1 hot spot residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at Boys and Girls Club of East Scarborough, 100 Galloway Road, Scarborough on May 12 and 13 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system in the morning. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.

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  • May 13th onwards: Effective Thursday, May 13, 2021, at 8:00 a.m., individuals turning 40 and over in 2021 in non-hot spot communities will also be eligible to book an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at a mass immunization clinic.
  • May 13: 18+ vaccine clinic on May 13, from 10 am to 7 pm for those who live or work in the following postal codes at Rexdale Community Hub, 21 Panorama Ct. VIP access to given to M9R M9V M9W. Walk-in. Id Required.

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  • May 13 & 14: Vaccine Clinic at Seneca College Newnham Campus (1750 Finch Ave. E.) on May 13 & 14 for people 18+ living OR working in any Toronto hotspot postal code area. Book Appointment. Details
  • May 13: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for residents of all Toronto hot spots, priority to Flemingdon Park or Thorncliffe Park (M3C & M4H) – vaccine clinic on May 13th starting at 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Thorncliffe Community Hub, 45 Overlea Blvd, 2nd Floor, East York. First come, first served. Proof of address required. There will be private space provided on request for women getting vaccinated on-site. Details

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  • May 13& 15: 18+ pop-up vaccine clinic for all Toronto hotspots at Gymnasium at Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute, 3663 Danforth Forth Avenue, Scarborough on May 13 & 15, 8:00 a.m until runs outs.

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  • May 14: 18+ pop-up vaccine clinic for those who live at Main Square (255 Main Street, 265 Main Street, 275 Main Street and 2575 Danforth Avenue) at Southeast corner of Main Street and Danforth Ave, Toronto on May 14, 8:00 am until runs out.

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  • May 14: 18+ pop-up vaccine clinic for M4X at Rose Avenue Junior Public School, 675 Ontario street on May 14, 8:00 am until runs out.

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  • May 14: Adults 18+ who live on Cosburn Avenue between Broadview and Pape Avenues, and adults 18+ who live at 156 Floyd Avenue on May 14, 8 a.m. until vaccine supply runs out. (~1,100 doses available) at East York Community Centre, 1081 1/2 Pape Ave, East York.

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  • May 15: 18+ pop-up vaccine clinic for all Toronto hotspots at Aga Khan Museum, 77 Wynford Drive, North York on Saturday, May 15, 8:00 am until runs out.

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  • May 15 & 16: Pop-up vaccine clinic for 18+ residents at Northview Heights Secondary School, 550 Finch Ave. W for those who live OR work in M3H and M2R on May 15 & 16. Appointment required, Book online under Mobile Clinic 4.
  • May 16: Adults 18+ who live or work in ANY hot spot postal code in Toronto and Crescent Town (M4C 5L3, M4C 5L4, M4C 5L5, M4C 5L6, M4C 5L7, M4C 5L8, M4C 5L9, M4C 5N8) at Thorncliffe Park Community Hub at East York Town Centre, 45 Overlea Blvd, Toronto on Sunday, May 16, 7 a.m. until vaccine supply runs out (~2,000 doses available)
  • WEEK OF MAY 17: The minimum age for vaccine eligibility lowers to 30. (Details)
  • WEEK OF MAY 24: The minimum age to book a shot lowers to 18 across the province. (Details)

II. COVID-19 hot spots postal codes in Toronto

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III. List of COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics in Toronto

 

3. 1. Hospital Immunization Clinics

  1. CAMH Vaccination Clinic, 100 Stokes Street, Toronto
  2. Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association Clinic, 300 Silver Star Blvd, Scarborough
  3. Centennial College Progress Campus Clinic, 941 Progress Ave, Scarborough
  4. Community Vaccine Clinic at the West End YMCA, 931 College St., Toronto
  5. Englemount-Lawrence Vaccination Clinic, 160 Neptune Drive, North York
  6. Humber River Hospital COVax Vaccine Clinic, Portal D, 1235 Wilson Ave, Toronto
  7. Michael Garron Hospital, 825 Coxwell Avenue, East York
  8. NY Family Health Team Vaccination Clinic, North York General Hospital & North York Toronto Health Partners, 220 Duncan Mill Rd, North York
  9. NYGH Vaccination Clinic, North York General Hospital & North York Toronto Health Partners, 4001 Leslie Street, North York
  10. Regent Park, 40 Oaks (Fred Victor), Toronto
  11. Ryerson University, 288 Church St, Toronto
  12. Seneca College Vaccination Clinic, North York General Hospital & North York Toronto Health Partners, 1750 Finch Ave East, Toronto
  13. SHN Centenary Clinic, Scarborough Health Network, 2867 Ellesmere Rd Scarborough
  14. St. Joseph’s Health Centre, Unity Health Toronto, 30 The Queensway, Toronto
  15. St. Michael’s Hospital, Unity Health Toronto, 36 Queen Street East, Toronto
  16. Sunnybrook Vaccination Clinic, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, 2075 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
  17. Thorncliffe Park Community Hub (East York Town Centre), 45 Overlea Blvd, Toronto
  18. University Health Network & Mid-West Toronto Ontario Health Team, Various locations – MaRS Clinic, 101 College Street; Michener Clinic, 153 McCaul Street; BMO Conference Centre at Krembil Discovery Tower, 60 Leonard Avenue; UofT St. George Clinic, 255 McCaul Street
  19. Wellesley Community Centre, 495 Sherbourne Street, Toronto
  20. West Park Healthcare Centre, 82 Buttonwood Avenue, Toronto

3.2. City-run clinics

Operates seven days per week from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  1. Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St. W.
  2. Scarborough Town Centre, 300 Borough Dr.
  3. Toronto Congress Centre, 650 Dixon Rd.
  4. Malvern Community Recreation Centre, 30 Sewells Rd.
  5. Mitchell Field Community Centre, 89 Church Ave.
  6. The Hangar, 75 Carl Hall Rd.
  7. Cloverdale Mall, 250 The East Mall
  8. North Toronto Memorial Community Centre, 200 Eglinton Ave. W.
  9. Carmine Stefano Community Centre, 3100 Weston Rd.

3.3. Vaccination Clinics for residents without OHIP cards

Residents without OHIP cards who meet the current vaccine eligibility criteria can get assistance booking a vaccination appointment at a City-operated immunization clinic by contacting:

FCJ Refugee Centre
• Telephone: 416-469-9754 ext. 230 and 232; WhatsApp: 437-217-3786 (Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
• Email: vaccine@fcjrefugeecentre.org
• In-person booking (by appointment only) at 208 Oakwood Avenue
• Phone interpretation services are available as needed

Access Alliance
• Telephone: 416-760-8677
o Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
o Wednesday: 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
o Thursday: 12:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
• In person booking (by appointment only) at 761 Jane Street location
• Phone interpretation services are available as needed

3.4. List of participating pharmacies in Toronto

In addition to the places listed above, the City and Health partners will be holding pop-up clinics in high-risk neighbourhoods.

3.5 List of Health Units/Partners and its Vaccination plans + pop-up clinics:

— Check the health unit that covers the area you live for 18+ COVID-19 vaccination pop-up clinics. The postal codes that they serve might change depending on vaccine supply. The postal code list is based on those offered for 45+/50+ ages when it was announced. Keep checking these links as appointments are released as when new supplies arrive/or due to cancellation.

Map of Vaccine Clinics in Toronto

IV. HOW TO BOOK APPOINTMENT FOR COVID-19 VACCINATION IN TORONTO

1. Vaccination Clinics by Health Units:

2. City Run Vaccination Clinics:

3. Pharmacies:

See the list of participating pharmacies here and callthe pharmacy to book an appointment. There are over 50 in Toronto. Most of the pharmacies in Costco, Loblaws, Shoppers Drugmart, Rexall and some independent pharmacies offer AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD vaccines to the said age group.

NEED HELP GETTING TO A CLINIC? – Vaccine Equity Transportation Plan

The City has partnered with transportation organizations to get eligible seniors, adults with disabilities, and adults who are immunocompromised to and from vaccination appointments within Toronto. To book a ride contact:

  • Toronto Ride, www.torontoride.ca or 416-481-5250
  • iRide, www.circleofcare.com/vaccinerides or 1-844-474-3301
  • Scarborough Ride, https://www.schcontario.ca/scarboroughride.html or 416-736-9372

IV. Previously Held 18+ Pop-Up Clinics:

  • April 9: Michael Garron Hospital and East Toronto Health Partners are vaccinating residents age 18 and older at two mosques in Thorncliffe and Flemingdon. Both are considered hot spot neighbourhoods.
  • April 16 & 17: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for residents of M4C5L3 to M4C5L9: April 16 & 17 | 9:00 AM until runs out. Crescent Town Elementary School Playground at the Basketball court, 4 Massey Square East York. Walk-in. Take a document with your address.
  • April 16th onwards: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for residents of M3J M3K M3L M3M M3N M6B M6L M6M M9L M9M M9N M9P M6K M6N M8V M5A M5B M4Y M4X M9R M9V M9W L4T L6S at West Park’s Vaccine Clinics ( 82 Buttonwood Avenue York and 1765 Weston Road York). Book Online. The vaccine eligibility postal codes may vary from above in future, so check here.
  • April 17 & 18: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for M3N Postal Code.: Saturday, April 17 & Sunday, April 18 | 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM @ Basketball Court, 15 Toberory Drive, for M3N Postal Code. Walk-in. Take a document with your address. Call Black Cree Community Health Centre – 647883 0316
  • April 18: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for residents of Flemingdon Park or Thorncliffe Park – vaccine clinic on Sunday, April 18th starting at 11:30 am at Flemingdon Park Plaza. First come, first served. Proof of address required.
  • April 18th: Vaccine clinics for 40+ Years of Age for Residents of M6A, M6B, M5N on Sunday, April 18, 2021 | 2 PM to 7 PM at Sahaarei Shomayim Synagogue, 470 Glencairn Ave. Must register online and bring address proof. Details
  • April 18: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for Parkway Forest Residents at Parkway Forest Community Centre, 55 Forest Manor Rd, North York
  • April 19: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ M2J Postal Code at Parkway Forest Community Centre, 55 Forest Manor Rd, North York. Proof of address will be required. Details
  • April 19, 20, 21: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for Humber River-Black Creek residents: Monday, April 19, Tuesday, April 20 & Wednesday, April 21, 2021 | 10:00 AM to 07:00 PM @ Driftwood Community Centre,4401 Jane Street for M3J, M3L, M3N, M9M, M9L Postal Code. Walk-in. Take a document with your address. Call Black Cree Community Health Centre – 647883 0316.
  • April 21: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for M3L, M3M and M3N: Residents of M3L, M3M and M3N can drop-in for vaccination at Downsview Arena, 1633 Wilson Ave, North York from April 21 | 9 am until supply runs out.
  • April 22: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1G residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at Woburn Collegiate Institute,2222 Ellesmere Rd, Scarborough on April 22 from 10am – 8pm. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.
  • April 23 & 24: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1J residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at John McCrae Public School, 431 McCowan Rd, Scarborough on April 23 & 24 from 10am – 8pm. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment. Details
  • April 24 & 25: Vaccine for residents 18+ with postal code M6M: POP-Up on Saturday April 24 and Sunday April 25 at 10:00 am to 6:00 pm at Charles E Webster Public School, 1900 Keele St. Proof of address/Id required. Cancelled due to vaccine availability.
  • April 23-25: 18+ who live in priority buildings in Parkway Forest from Friday, April 23 to Sunday April 25, 2021 at Parkway Forest Community Centre (55 Forest Manor Rd) — Only for 5, 10, 25, 100, 106, 110, 121, 125, and 130 Parkway Forest Drive; 20, 24, 65 and 80 Forest Manor Road; 61-71, 75 and 95 Havenbrook Boulevard. Pre-register online. Pre-registration allows you to put your name on a list indicating your interest in being vaccinated. If slots are available and you are eligible, you will be contacted by email or phone with a date and time for your appointment on either April 23, 24 or 25. Proof of address will be requested.
  • April 23 to 25: Vaccine clinic for 18+ who live in priority buildings in 80, 100, 115, 135, 155, 300 Antibes Drive at at Antibes Community Centre (140 Antibes Drive) on April 23 to 25. Pre-register online. Pre-registration allows you to put your name on a list indicating your interest in being vaccinated. If slots are available and you are eligible, you will be contacted by email or phone with a date and time for your appointment on either April 23, 24 or 25. Proof of address will be requested. Updated to all M2R residents.
  • April 23: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for M3L, M3M and M3N: Residents or those who work in M3L, M3M and M3N can drop-in for Moderna vaccine at Downsview Arena, 1633 Wilson Ave, North York from April 23 | 9 am until supply runs out. Those eligible will need to provide identification that shows where they live or work such as a driver’s license, passport, health card or work identification. Details
  • April 23 to 25: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for M3L, M3M and M3N: Residents or those who work in M3L, M3M and M3N can drop-in for Moderna vaccine at Downsview Arena, 1633 Wilson Ave, North York from April 23. 24 & 25 | 9 am until supply runs out. Those eligible will need to provide identification that shows where they live or work such as a driver’s license, passport, health card or work identification. Details
  • April 24: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for residents of Flemingdon Park or Thorncliffe Park (M3C & M4H) – vaccine clinic on Sunday, April 24th starting at 9:00 am at Thorncliffe Community Hub, 45 Overlea Blvd, 2nd Floor, East York. First come, first served. Proof of address required. There will be private space provided on request for women getting vaccinated on-site. Details
  • April 26: Vaccine Clinic for 18+ for M3J, M3K, M3M, and M3N: Residents or those who work in M3J, M3K, M3M, and M3N can drop-in for Moderna vaccine at Downsview Arena, 1633 Wilson Ave, North York from April 26 | 9 am until supply runs out. Those eligible will need to provide identification that shows where they live or work such as a driver’s license, passport, health card or work identification. Details
  • April 27-28: Vaccination clinic for residents 18+ who live in priority buildings in Earl Bales from Tuesday, April 27 to Wednesday, April 28 at Earl Bales Park (4169 Bathurst Street). The clinics on April 27-28 are specifically for people who live in the following priority neighbourhoods: 1 and 100 Caynon Avenue and 4160, 4190, 4222, 4266, 4300, 4340, 4415 Bathurst Street. Pre-register online. Pre-registration allows you to put your name on a list indicating your interest in being vaccinated. If slots are available and you are eligible, you will be contacted by email or phone with a date and time for your appointment on either April 27 or 28. Proof of address will be requested. Update: This has been updated to include all 18+ living in M3H. Drop by the community centre in Earl Bales Parks today to get an appointment card for your vaccine. Appointments are for today or tomorrow while supplies last. Proof of address required. Details
  • April 27-28: Vaccination clinic for residents 18+ who live in priority buildings in 20, 30, 40 and Falstaff Ave at 50 and Falstaff Ave on April 27 or 28 | 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Updated to all in M6L Call 647 883 0316 to register. Details
  • April 27 & 28: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1G residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at Centennial College – Progress Campus, Athletic and Wellness Centre. 941 Progress Avenue, Scarborough on April 27 & 28 from 10am – 8pm. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.Details
  • April 27 & 28: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1J residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at Cedar Drive Junior Public School, 21 Gatesview Avenue, Scarborough on April 27 & 28 from 10am – 8pm. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment. Details
  • April 28: East Toronto Health Partners is operating two pop-up vaccine clinics at 70 Prairie Drive and 25 Mendelssohn Street for adults 18+ who live in M1L postal codes on Wednesday, April 28 from 8:30 a.m. until vaccine supply runs out. No appointments needed, proof of address is required.
  • April 28: Vaccination clinic for residents 18+ who live in postal codes M9V or M9W on April 28 | 10 a.m. to 7 p.m or supply runs out at 1501 Albion Rd, Etobicoke. Walk-in. No appointment required. Proof of address required.
  • April 28, 29 and 30 (Book on April 28): North York General (NYGH) and North York Toronto Health Partners (NYTHP) are hosting a Mobile Vaccine Clinic at Newtonbrook Highschool (155 Hilda Ave.) on April 28, 29 and 30 for residents 18+ of the Newtonbrook area including the M2M and M2R postal code area, while supplies last. Eligible people can drop by the high school on April 28 to receive an appointment card while supplies last. Proof of address is required. Details
  • April 30th (book on April 29th): West Park will be doing drop-in pre-registration at Community Place Hub (1765 Weston Rd) on Thursday, April 29th. 18+ Residents of M6M, M6N and M9N can pre-register, in person on Thursday, April 29 between 12 noon and 2pm for appointments on Friday, April 30 (Pfizer vaccine). Proof of address is required. There will be 300 appointments available for booking. Details
  • April 29 & 30: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1P residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at David & Mary Thomson CI, 125 Brockley Dr, Scarborough on April 29 & 30 from 10am – 8pm. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment. Details
  • April 30 | 10 am for Vaccination for the week of May 1 – May 7: On April 30 at 10am, West Park Health Care Centre will start to release vaccination appointments for the week of May 1 – May 7 which can be booked at www.wpcovidclinic.org. Check updated eligibility criteria including postal codes (M6M, M6N, and M9N) before booking. Details
  • April 30: East Toronto Health Partners is operating a pop-up vaccine clinic at 70 Prairie Drive for adults 18+ who live in M1L postal codes on Friday, April 30 from 8:00 a.m. until vaccine supply runs out. No appointments needed, proof of address is required.
  • April 30 | 10 am for Vaccination for May 1: In-person registration for residents of M9N, M6N & M6M at 1765 Weston Rd, Toronto. Individuals may register themselves & eligible members of their household. ID required for everyone you plan to register. Details
  • April 30 (Appointments will be available for booking online starting at 1:00 p.m) for May 3rd: The Ryerson Community COVID-19 Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic will open on Monday, May 3, 2021 for adults living in a hot spot areas – M5A, M5B, M4Y, M4X and First Nations, Métis and Inuit adults. The Ryerson pop-up vaccination clinic is located in the lobby of the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex at 288 Church St, Toronto Details
  • April 30 (Appointments will be available for booking online) for May 4 to 6: CAMH will hold a vaccine clinic for M6K on Tuesday – Thursday. May 4 to 6, 9am – 4pm (contingent on vaccine supply) at CAMH Vaccination Clinic, 100 Stokes Street, Toronto.
  • April 30 & May 1: 18+ vaccine clinic for residents of postal codes M3J, M3L, M3N, M9L & M9M at Community Vaccine Clinic at Oakdale Community Centre, 350 Grandravine Drive on Friday & Saturday, April 30 & May 1 from 10 am – 7 pm, or while supplies last. Call COVID Vaccine Info Line: 647 883 0316. Updated toM9N M3K M3M M3H M6L M6K, M3J M3L M3N M9L M9MDetails
  • May 1: 18+ clinic for residents of 200 Wellesley street E. and 275, 325 and 375 Bleeker streets at Wellesley Community Centre, 495 Sherborne Street starting May 1, 9 a.m. until supplies last. First come first served.
  • May 1: Vaccine for residents 18+ with postal code M6M on Saturday, May 1 at 10:00 am to 6:00 pm at Charles E Webster Public School, 1900 Keele St. Proof of residency required.
  • April 28 to May 2: Clinic for 18+ residents who live or work in M3J, M3K, M3N, M3M, M6M, M9L, M9M and M9N. Pop-up vaccination clinics every day from Wed. Apr. 28 to Sun. May 2 at Downsview Arena (1633 Wilson Ave). Open from 9 am until supplies last. No appointment is necessary. First come, first served. Updated to add M3L, M6B, M6L, M9P on May 1st only. M3J, M3K, M3L, M3M, M3N, M6B, M6L, M6M, M9L, M9M, M9N and M9P for May 2nd. Details
  • May 3 for May 3 to 5: North York General (NYGH) and North York Toronto Health Partners (NYTHP) are back at Newtonbrook Highschool (155 Hilda Ave.) hosting a Mobile Vaccine Clinic on May 3, 4 and 5 for residents 18+ of the Newtonbrook area including the M3H (newly added),M2M and M2R postal code area, while supplies last. Eligible people can drop by the highschool May 3rd only to receive an appointment card. There are 3,300 appointments available over the next three days. Details
  • May 4: Pop-up clinic for 18+ residents in M9V M9W at Albion Arena, 1501 Albion Rd, Etobicoke. on May 4 from 10 am until supplies run out. Proof of address required.
  • May 3 to 5: Clinic for 18+ residents who live or work in M3J, M3K, M3L, M3M, M3N, M6B, M6L, M6M, M9L, M9M, M9N and M9P from May 3 to 5, 2021 at Downsview Arena (1633 Wilson Ave). Open from 9 am until supplies last. No appointment is necessary. First come, first served.
  • May 4 & 5: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1B residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at St. Florence Catholic School, 101 Murison Boulevard on May 4 & 5 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system in the morning. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.
  • May 4 & 5: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1M + M1E (on May 5) residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at Scarborough Village Recreation Centre, 3600 Kingston Road on May 4 & 5 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system in the morning. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.
  • May 5 (onwards book for May 8 0r 9): Book online for vaccines for residents 18+ who live in M2M M2R M2J M3H M3A. Clinic at Seneca College. Details
  • May 5: Pop-up clinic for 18+ residents in M9R, M9V, M9W at Albion Arena, 1501 Albion Rd, Etobicoke. on May 5 from 10 am until supplies run out. Proof of address required.
  • May 5 to 6: 18+ pop-up clinic for those who live or work in M6M, M6N and M9N postal codes on May 5 & 6, 9 am to 8 pm at George Harvey Collegiate Institute, 1700 Keele St, Toronto. Id Required. Updated to all for May 6th.
  • May 6: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1W & M1T residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at L’Amoreaux CI, 2501 Bridletown Cir on May 6 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system in the morning. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.
  • May 7: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1G, M1H, M1P residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at Tredway Woodsworth Public School, 112 Sedgement Drive on Friday, May 7 | 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system in the morning. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.
  • May 6 for May 6 & 7: Vaccine clinic for M3H residents 18 years of age or older at Earl Bales Community Centre, 4169 Bathurst St. Get an appointment for the clinic on May 6 & 7. ID and Proof of Address required. The same clinic is available for residents 18+ living in the following postal code areas while supplies last: M3H, M3A, M2M, M2J, M2R. This can be booked online. Updated to all Hotspots.
  • May 6 to May 8: 18+ Residents of all hot spots at Warden Hilltop Community Centre, 25 Mendelssohn St, Scarborough on May 6 to May 8, 8 a.m. until runs out. Walk-in only. Id required.
  • May 8: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1B residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at Malvern Christian Assembly, 6705 Sheppard Ave E on May 8 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system in the morning. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.
  • May 7 & 8: Adults aged 18+ who live or work in all hot spots on Friday, May 7 from 10am – 9pm and Saturday, May 8 from 10am – 7pm at St. John the Evangelist Catholic School – 23 George St. Walkins, no appointments required. Details
  • May 8: Pop-up clinic for 18+ residents in M9R, M9V, M9W and other hotspots at Albion Arena, 1501 Albion Rd, Etobicoke. on May 8, 10 am to 8 pm until supplies run out. Proof of address required.
  • May 4 to 6 and May 7 to 9: 18+ Residents who live OR work in M3H, M3J, M3L, M3M, M3N, M6A, M6K, M6L, M9L, and M9M: May 4 to 6, 11 am to 8 pm at Habitant Arena, 3383 Weston Rd, Toronto; May 7, 11 am to 8 pm and May 8 to 9, 10 am to 7 pm at Grandravine Community Centre, 23 Grandravine Dr, Toronto. Proof of address required. OHIP is not required. Updated to all hot spot postal codes for May 6 at Habitant Arena. Updated to all M codes for Grandravine Community Centre. Details
  • May 9: Adults 18+ who live in M3C and M4H at Thorncliffe Park Community Hub on May 9, 12 pm to 8 pm. Walk-in only. Enter through Entrance 6 in the north east corner of the plaza next to Fit 4 Less. Take the escalator up to the second floor.
  • May 9: Pop-up clinic for 18+ residents in M9R, M9V, M9W and other hotspots at Albion Arena, 1501 Albion Rd, Etobicoke. on May 9, 10 am to 8 pm until supplies run out. Proof of address required.
  • May 9: 18+ Vaccine clinic for M1B, M1C, M1E & M1G residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at 90 Mornelle Court, Scarborough on Sunday, May 9, 9am – 5pm.Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system in the morning. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.
  • May 8 & 9: The JCA along with community partners will be hosting a pop-up clinic at Jamaican Canadian Centre, 995 Arrow Road, North York on May 8 & 9 from 10 am to 6 pm, Vaccine administration will be available for Black, African and Caribbean communities over the age of 18 years old with valid ID. OHIP is not required.
  • May 5 to 10: 18 years of age and older in all hotspots and who work or live in communities in M9V, M9W & M9R as well as those living in all other Toronto ‘Hot Spots.’ on Wednesday, May 5 through Monday, May 10, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (or until vaccine supply runs out) at Woodbine Racetrack, 555 Rexdale Blvd, Etobicoke. Details
  • May 6 to 9:Clinic for 18+ residents who live or work in M3J, M3K, M3L, M3M, M3N, M6B, M6L, M6M, M9L, M9M, M9N, M9P, M9V and M9W. from May 6 to 9, 2021 at Downsview Arena (1633 Wilson Ave). Open from 9 am until supplies last. No appointment is necessary. First come, first served. Updated to all hotspots only for May 6, 8.
  • May 8 to 10: Adults 18+ who live in M2J, M2M, M2R, M3H, M3A at Oriole Arena, 2975 Don Mills Rd on May 8 to 10, 12 pm to 9 pm. Appointments required. ID + proof of address needed upon arrival. Details
  • May 8 onwards for May 11 to 13: Vaccine clinic for people 18+ living in M3A, M3H, M2M, M2R, M2J at George S. Henry Academy, 200 Graydon Hall Drive. (Clinic 3) from Tues. May 11 to Thurs. May 13. Appointment required. Book online. ID + proof of address upon arrival
  • May 11 & 12: Vaccine Clinic at Seneca College Newnham Campus (1750 Finch Ave. E.) on May 11 & 12 for people 18+ living in any Toronto hotspot postal code area, and/or for those with at-risk health conditions living in Toronto (does not have to be in a hotspot). Book Appointment. Details
  • May 11 & 12: 18+ Vaccine clinic for any M1 (Scarborough) hot spot residents. Proof of address is required for the walk-in clinic at Albert Campbell C.I., 1550 Sandhurst Circle, Scarborough on May 11 & 12 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Appointments will be given on a walk-in basis using a ticket system in the morning. Upon arrival at the pop-up clinic, you will be provided with a ticket with a time for your appointment.
  • May 11 & 12: Vaccine Clinic for Chalkfarm Community and those who live/work in M3H, M3J, M3K, M3L, M3M, M3N, M6A, M6L, M9L, M9N on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 11 & 12 | 11 am – 9:00 pm. at 2230 Jane St, Toronto. Enter at Chalkfarm Park entrance. Updated to all Hotspots.

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    1. Inna Rubenstein

      When it will be available for M5P postal code?

      April 29, 2021 at 12:15 PM
    2. Shahzada mahzeb

      When it will be available for the M8V postal code and where?

      April 29, 2021 at 1:22 PM
    3. Maria

      When it will be available for the M1B postal code and where?

      April 30, 2021 at 11:28 AM
    4. Philip

      When it will be available for the M1S postal code and where?

      May 2, 2021 at 5:34 PM
    5. Sanjukta

      Hi,
      my zip code M9W was just opened for vaccinations at Woodbine racetrack. OMG! what a FANTASTIC experience. My entire process was completed in almost an hour but it did not feel like that one bit. The volunteers are so polite, quick and they are getting the job done. I am super excited to have got my 1st shot, but just wanted to shout out to the team (Julie on registration, Christine who gave me my shot, and the 3rd to help me get my Govt. email notification as i waited) on the amazing organisation at the scale that it is being done. With all the negativity around, hope to share some positive news.

      May 6, 2021 at 12:00 PM
    6. John Smith

      when will 16 and 17 years old will be able to get the vacinne, why is it only 18+ everywhere?
      that doesn’t make sense.

      May 9, 2021 at 11:03 AM
    7. Liz Robertson

      This means that residents in “cottage country” will be swarmed by people from hots spots and risk getting infected. My 28 year old daughter works in an essential service – no vaccine, no COVID testing. She lives with me and my husband – 68+, cancer survivors. All essential workers everywhere should be vaccinated, now!

      May 11, 2021 at 8:28 AM

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