Please note: Please do not call 311 or Toronto Public Health to book an appointment. The City 311 contact centre and Toronto Public Health staff do not have access to the booking system. Please read below for the different ways to get vaccinated in the City of Toronto.
1. City of Toronto Immunization Clinics
The following City-operated COVID-19 Immunization Clinics are booking first and second dose vaccination appointments for all Toronto residents aged 12 years or older in 2021:
- Metro Toronto Convention Centre
- Scarborough Town Centre
- Toronto Congress Centre
- East York Town Centre
- Mitchell Field Arena
- Malvern Community Recreation Centre
- The Hangar
- Carmine Stefano Community Centre
- Cloverdale Mall
- North Toronto Memorial Community Centre
Learn more here.
Booking An Appointment Without Internet Access
Residents who are aged 12 years or older in 2021 without access to a computer or internet can book an appointment at a City-operated Immunization Clinic by phone through the provincial call centre, 1-833-943-3900.
Booking An Appointment With Internet Access
Residents aged 12 years or older in 2021 and who have internet access can book an appointment at a City-operated Immunization Clinic through the following steps:
- Access the booking system by going to www.toronto.ca/COVID19 and clicking on the button that says "Book a Vaccine." This will take you into the initial registration system.
- Follow the instructions and complete all information in the form.
- You will need to enter the information found on your photo Health Card, birthdate, postal code, and contact information including email address and/or phone number.
- The system will verify your eligibility to book an appointment for vaccination, based on this information, and will then take you to the scheduling system.
- You will then be able to enter your Postal Code to find the closest available clinic location, or you can choose to scroll through all the available appointment options.
- You will be able to see all of the available appointment dates and times, and will be able to select the available appointment that you prefer.
- You are free to select whichever appointment date and time, in whichever clinic you choose.
- Once you select and confirm your first dose appointment, you will also be asked to select the date and time for your second dose appointment.
- Once you have selected and confirmed both your first and second dose appointments, you will receive a confirmation number and a QR code as confirmation of booking.
- Your confirmed information will also be sent to you via email and by text message, if you provided both an email address and phone number during the registration process.
- You will not need to bring this information with you to the clinic on the day of your appointment, as clinic staff will be able to locate your appointment by looking up your information when you arrive on your scheduled date and time.
- Please bring a piece of ID and your respiration number with you to your appointment.
- The system will not permit anyone to schedule multiple appointments – you will only be able to schedule one set of first and second-dose appointments per person.
We recognize that it may be challenging for individuals who have mobility or other health issues to navigate through the clinics. There will be plenty of seating available and elders are permitted to bring in a caregiver, provided they pass the screening as well.
You can get vaccinated at select pharmacies if you are:
- 12 or older on the day of your appointment to get the Pfizer vaccine
- 18 or older on the day of your appointment to get the Moderna vaccine
- Wanting to get your second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine
You must have an appointment to get vaccinated at a participating pharmacy. Before booking, ensure you have a valid Ontario health (OHIP) card, or another form of valid government-issued identification, and proper eligibility. Enter the first 3 characters of your postal code to find a pharmacy offering vaccines near you here: covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations.
3. Hospital Immunization Clinics
With over 8.5 million Ontarians fully vaccinated, the Unity Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics at St. Michael’s and St. Joseph’s will have their final day of operations on Friday, July 30.
From July 26 to 30, clinics continue to be open for booked and walk-in appointments.
What to expect after the closure:
- Smaller vaccination teams will be available to support community outreach
- Unity Health’s Ontario Health Team partners will continue to offer COVID-19 vaccinations. See more about these initiatives in the “Supporting Our Community” section of this webpage.
- Following our clinic closure, opportunities to receive a first or second dose will also continue to be available through the following options:
4. Vaccine Pop-Up Clinics
There are currently three pop-up vaccination clinics offering first-dose appointments in Ward 13 (you will receive confirmation of your second dose appointment after you receive your first dose):
- Regent Park – 40 Oaks (Fred Victor) – 40 Oak St.
- St. James Town – Wellesley Community Centre – 495 Sherbourne St
- Ryerson University - Lobby of the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex.
Eligibility to book at Ward 13 pop-up vaccination clinics:
- People who are 18 years of age or older at the time of their appointment who live or work in Toronto postal codes (starting with the letter M – proof must be provided)
- People who are 12 – 17 years of age at the time of their appointment who live, work or go to school in Toronto postal codes (starting with the letter M – proof must be provided)
- People 18 years of age or older who live in a Toronto postal code (starting with the letter M) who received an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) as their first dose
- Pfizer: Must be 21 days or more from first dose
- Moderna: Must be 28 days or more from first dose
- Those aged 12 to 17 who live in a Toronto postal code (starting with the letter M) who received their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine 21+ days ago
- People who received their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine a minimum of 8-weeks prior to their second dose appointment and who are choosing to receive an mRNA vaccine as their second dose
Please note, anyone who falls into this category and received a first dose at the WCC, 40 Oak or Ryerson clinics will have their appointment rescheduled and do not need to rebook for a second dose. You will be contacted through the email address or phone number you provided at the time of the first dose.
Book an appointment online. Please bring Photo ID, if possible – If you have a health card or other government ID, please bring it to your appointment. If you do not have a form of government-issued ID, you are still able to be vaccinated.
Vaccine Clinic Locations
View a map of immunization clinics and filter by City-run clinics, hospital clinics, and pharmacies here.