COVID-19 Vaccines


Vaccine Info

For information about how the vaccines work, their ingredients, side effects and risks, etc., please visit Toronto Public Health’s website (linked below).
Please remember: continue to practice safety measures even after you receive the vaccine! Wear a mask, practice physical distancing, and wash your hands!

If you have specific concerns about getting the vaccine, especially if you are pregnant/breastfeeding, or have chronic health conditions like autoimmune disease, please speak with your NP for advice. They will help you assess the risks and benefits in your specific situation.

Vaccination Plan

Provincial vaccine plan: We are in Phase 2.

Hot spot postal codes:

Second Doses

Keep up to date with booking eligibility via the City’s website. People 70+, people 18+ who received their first dose before April 18, and other priority groups may book their second dose.

Pfizer/Moderna (mRNA)

  • Eligibility: anyone who received their first dose before May 30
  • You are encouraged to receive the same vaccine as your first dose, if possible. Otherwise, you may receive a different mRNA vaccine for your second dose.

AstraZeneca

  • Eligibility: anyone who received their first dose at least eight (8) weeks ago
  • Current guidelines indicate that any of the three available vaccines are effective options to receive as your second dose.

 

Booking Appointments

Please check your eligibility before attempting to book an appointment.

Look out for mobile clinics in your community. Appointments are available to adults, as well as youth 12-17. Other high-risk groups are also eligible – check public health websites or individual clinic booking sites to stay updated.

Other Vaccine Clinics/Locations

1. Humber River Hospital
Eligibility: 16+ living/working in hotspot postal codes (see website for details)

  • South of Steeles Avenue
  • North of Eglinton Avenue
  • East of Humber River/ Islington Avenue
  • West of Bathurst Street

Details and Updates: www.hrh.ca/covax-clinic-booking/

2. Englemount-Lawrence Clinic at Baycrest Arena
Eligibility: 40+ years or older, 18+ in hotspots, and other priority populations

Details/Booking: https://elvaccineclinic.ca/ntoht/covid-vaccine/gp/self-schedule

3. Toronto Congress Centre
Eligibility: provincial eligibility
Call: 1-888-999-6488
Book Online: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

4. Etobicoke General Hospital
Eligibility: 18+ in Peel and North Etobicoke (M9R, M9V, M9W), 40+ in other communities, and other priority groups (see website)
Call: 905-494-6685 (8AM-6PM, 7 days-a-week)
Email: covax.booking@williamoslerhs.ca
Book Online: https://www.williamoslerhs.ca/en/visiting-us/covid-19-vaccine-clinic.aspx 

5. Local Pharmacies (18+)
Eligibility: 18+ years or older
Locations Nearby: (a full list of all participating pharmacies across Ontario can be found by clicking the link below)

Book Online: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations 

Locations in North Etobicoke:

  1. Shoppers Drug Mart 857 – 123 Rexdale Blvd.
  2. Fortinos Pharmacy – 330 Queens Plate Drive
  3. Wal-Mart Pharmacy – 2245 Islington Avenue
  4. Drug Store Pharmacy – 1530 Albion Road
  5. Shih Pharmacy – 2700 Kipling Avenue, Unit 9

Locations near North Etobicoke:

  1. Real Canadian Superstore – 2549 Weston Road
  2. Shoppers Drug Mart – 2550 Finch Avenue West
  3. Friendly Care West King Pharmacy – 2077 Weston Rd