Vaccination Clinic Information

PQWCHC supports the multiple vaccination efforts taking place across the City of Toronto.  We encourage residents to register for one of the following vaccine clinics, according to their population group.  If you need help with booking a vaccine appointment, please call 416-537-2455, ext. 1265

The following clinics are currently open for public registration for eligible individuals: 

City of Toronto Mass Immunization Clinics

·        Adults age 60 or older (including anyone turning 60 at any point in 2021)

·        Book through: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine  or call 1-888-999-6488

·        NOTE: an OHIP number is needed for booking on this portal

 

Community Vaccine Clinic at the West End YMCA – 931 College Street

  • Adults 60 years of age or older in 2021 (born in 1961 or before)
  • Adults self-identifying as First Nations, Inuit or Métis (age 18 and up)
  • Chronic Home Health Care Recipients (age 18 and up)

Click here to book a community member at the Community Vaccine Clinic.  Note: An OHIP Number is not needed for booking on this portal

 

CAMH Vaccination Clinic – 100 Stokes Street

  • People who are 60 years of age and older (born in 1961 or before)
  • Adults self-identifying as First Nations, Inuit or Métis (age 16 and up)
  • Health-care workers in priority risk groups
  • Faith Leaders

Click here to book an appointment at CAMH. Note: An OHIP Number is not needed for booking on this portal

 

Pharmacies:

  • Select pharmacies in Toronto are booking appointments for AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines for eligible people
  • People 55 or older (or turning 55 in 2021).
  • You must have an appointment. To book an appointment, type your postal code at this page (https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations) to see the participating pharmacies nearest you, then call that pharmacy to make an appointment.

 

Hospital Immunization Clinics

  • Health care workers; Staff, residents and essential caregivers in Long Term Care homes, retirement homes, and assisted living
  • Indigenous adults
  • Adults receiving chronic home care (will need eligibility letter)
  • Faith leaders
  • Individuals with the following health conditions:
    • Transplant recipients
    • Receiving active cancer treatment (excluding solely hormonal or radiation therapy)
    • Neurological diseases where breathing is compromised (e.g. multiple sclerosis)
    • Blood or bone marrow cancer diagnosed in the past year
    • Very severe kidney disease with eGFR less than 30
    • Obesity (Body Mass Index greater than 40)
    • Other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g. chemotherapy)
    • Intellectual or developmental disabilities
  • Caregivers (up to one caregiver accompanying an individual with the health conditions listed above)
  • Book via https://vaccineto.ca/sites  or call 1-888-385-1910

Unity Health (St Joseph’s and St Michael’s hospitals) Clinic for people aged 50+ in COVID-19 hot spots

  • People aged 50+ living in the following postal codes:
    • M6K, M6N, M8V, M9A, M9B, M9C, M9R, M9V and M9W (St Joseph’s)
    • M4X, M5A, M5B (St. Michael’s)
  • Click Here to book an appointment via Unity Health

For Indigenous Communities:

Call Auntie provides online and telephone support for COVID-19 vaccine booking for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Tkaronto’s hospitals, pharmacies and Indigenous led Clinics

Indigenous-led Community Vaccine Clinics

Anishnawbe Health Toronto

  • AHT runs a drop-in vaccine clinic every Thursdayfrom 9:30am – until they run out of vaccine at 179 Gerrard St East. No appointment necessary, vaccines are on a first come first serve basis. You must be an Indigenous adult 55+ or have a chronic illness.
  • Call 416-920-2605 if you have any questions

Auduzhe Mino Nesewinong

  • Auduzhe runs 2 vaccines clinics a week on Tuesdays and Saturdaystaking referrals directly from Indigenous-led organizations in Toronto.
  • Call 416-654-4181 or email appointments@healthybreathing.coto request pre-registering for a vaccine appointment.