In Toronto to date, 374,631 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Toronto. The City of Toronto is working with all healthcare partners, pharmacies and Toronto Public Health to administer as many COVID-19 vaccines as possible.
The City is currently vaccinating residents born in 1941 and earlier at three of the City-operated mass immunization clinics: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto Congress Centre and Scarborough Town Centre. Starting today, individuals born in 1946 and earlier, are also able to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
On March 29, City-operated vaccination clinics at Malvern Community Recreation Centre and Mitchell Field Community Centre will open to eligible seniors with confirmed appointments. A sixth clinic at The Hangar will open on April 5.
Online booking at these six City-run clinics began on Friday, March 12. As of yesterday evening, 24,818 people have booked COVID-19 vaccination appointments at a City-run clinic. Eligible seniors can book appointments online (click the dark blue “Find out if you are eligible to book” button) or by phone through the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488. For more information about what to expect when you get a COVID-19 vaccine please visit the provincial website .
The City and healthcare partners are working to operate approximately 17 clinics today, including mobile teams and on-site vaccinations, to vaccinate priority groups identified by the Province of Ontario’s priority framework. These clinics are only vaccinating those in the priority groups who have confirmed appointments.
Where eligible Torontonians can be vaccinated right now
City of Toronto immunization clinics
- Today, the City will hold three clinics including the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto Congress Centre and Scarborough Town Centre.
- The City will vaccinate 4,320 eligible people today
Unity Health Toronto
- Today, will hold two on-site clinics and support one satellite clinic with West Park Healthcare Centre.
- Will vaccinate approximately 500 people including priority hospital and community-based healthcare workers, local pharmacy staff, local dentists and their staff, individuals 80 years and older, individuals living in congregate settings, members of the Indigenous community and shelter staff.
University Health Network
- Today, will hold two on-site clinics and one mobile clinic.
- Will vaccinate 830 people including patients, community members 80 years and older and individuals living in shelters and congregate settings.
Michael Garron Hospital – East Toronto Health Partners
- Today, will hold one on-site clinic, one primary care clinic and deploy two mobile teams.
- Will vaccinate approximately 545 people including healthcare workers, community members 80 years and older, individuals living in congregate settings and members of the Indigenous community.
Humber River Hospital and North Western Toronto Ontario Health Team
- Today, will hold one on-site clinic and one mobile clinic.
- Will vaccinate approximately 729 people including healthcare workers, first responders, patients and individuals 80 years and older, Indigenous adults and adult recipients of home care services.
North York General Hospital – North York Toronto Health Partners
- Today, will hold two on-site clinics.
- Will vaccinate approximately 800 people including hospital healthcare workers, people living in shelters and community members 80 years and older.
Scarborough Health Network
- This past weekend, held one on-site clinic and vaccinated approximately 1,500 people including healthcare workers and residents 80 years of age and older.
- Today, will hold two on-site clinics and two pop-up clinics.
- Will vaccinate approximately 3,200 people including healthcare workers, residents 75 years of age and older, people living in congregate settings and those experiencing homelessness.
The City, Toronto Public Health, hospitals and community healthcare centres are all working together to get Torontonians vaccinated as quickly as possible. Getting vaccinated protects individuals, their close contacts and the community. As vaccine supply for the general population becomes widely available from the Government of Canada and the Province, more than 350 clinics, including pharmacies and mobile clinics across Toronto, will vaccinate people following the priority framework established by the Province.