Suze Morrison MPP, Toronto Centre

Government of Ontario

Pop-Ups

Pop-up and Drop-in Vaccine Clinics

The following locations are offering drop-in and pop-up vaccine clinics happening around the city. 

You can also book at select pharmacies directly, or at the city's mass-immunization centres through the provincial booking system, or by calling 1-833-943-3900.

Updated January 8, 2022

This information was compiled by our staff from information shared by the local Ontario Health Team and posts shared by the health centres themselves. Availability is subject to change based on vaccine supply and turn-out. Please check back for more updates as they are announced.


Click here for more information regarding Vaccine Eligibility & Doses
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Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics Closest to the Downtown (we need more!)



 

 

 

Please visit their website for more information. 

https://www.hrh.ca/covax-clinic/

 

Live in an apartment or condo building? Ask your property management team to host a pop-up vaccination clinic at your building! Ask your property manager to set-up a pop-up clinic for your apartment/condo building. https://s.tphsurvey.chkmkt.com/?e=240440&h=D0C094F37BA38A6&l=en

CAMH - 100 Stokes St

Currently accepting:

 

  • First & Second dose bookings for people 5 years and older (including individuals born in 2016 who will turn 5 years old by the end of the year).

    The required interval between the first and second dose for those between the ages of 5-11 must be 8 weeks.

    Those between the ages of 5-11 that have received another type of vaccine must wait 14 days before receiving their COVID vaccine. Additionally, those that have received their COVID vaccine must wait 14 days before receiving another type of vaccine (i.e., flu shot).

    If you have needle anxiety or a fear of needles and would like accommodations during your appointment, please do not schedule through our booking site and email us instead at [email protected] to schedule your appointment.

 

 

  • Third dose bookings for people 18 years or older, those within First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities, CAMH staff, those with 2 doses of the Astrazeneca/COVISHIELD vaccine, those with 1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and high risk immunocompromised patients.

 

Those who are 18 years or older, within First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities, CAMH staff, those with 2 doses of the Astrazeneca/COVISHIELD vaccine, or those with 1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine can receive their third dose at an interval of 12 weeks (84 days) following their second dose.

Those who qualify as a high risk immunocompromised patients ages 12 and up can receive a third dose with documented proof.

Click here to learn more and book.

 

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