Vaccination Clinics and COVID-19 Related Events



If you have any questions or concerns about getting the COVID-19 vaccine the best person to talk to is your doctor

Helpful Resources

Question and Answers:

Videos about getting a vaccine

See flyer for more details

For more resources and information about the vaccine click here

Phase 2 Eligibility:

The Ontario government sets the eligibility criteria for COVID-19 vaccines.

Vaccination Clinic Information

COVID-19 clinic for Adults with Disabilities

Date: May 13 and May 19th
Time: 11am to 4pm
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre 

– By appointment only; no walk-ins

For more information and to book an appointment visit

St. Michael’s and St. Joseph’s COVID-19 vaccine clinics:

Available to individuals with neurological diseases, intellectual or developmental disabilities and up to one caregiver

To book an appointment for eligible groups at a Unity Health Vaccination clinic:

Anishnawbe Health Toronto:

Drop-in clinics are open for all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit adults (those 55+ will be given priority)

Where: 179 Gerrard Street East

When: Every Thursday starting at 9:30 until they run out.

Learn more visit:

Or contact: (416) 920-2605

Transportation to Vaccine Clinics

Book your vaccination appointment at a clinic location that is in your area of the city. Contact the transportation program in your area to arrange for a ride to and from your appointment. Appointments should be booked no later than 48 hours before your appointment time. Availability is limited and rides are not guaranteed.

If you live in central Toronto, visit or call 416-481-5250

Transit Windsor is currently offering a Vaccine Free Ride program for all individuals requiring transportation services. This service provides free round-trip service to those being vaccinated – simply let the bus operator know you are traveling to or from your vaccination appointment to receive your free trip. Please use the Transit Windsor website to help you plan your trip.

Community Living Toronto’s Biweekly COVID-19 Update webinars – These sessions take place every other Friday at 9:30 AM.
Register for the next webinar

Coping with Loss During the Pandemic – available in English (April 24th), Mandarin and Korean (May 8th)

A special thanks to the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services for their support in this project.

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