#GetVaccinatedOntario

This site is designed to help you navigate the steps to locate your Covid-19 vaccination booking options. It is not affiliated with any government body, public health unit, or vaccine clinic.

Start Here

Tips
To get started booking your first dose, begin by identifying your priority groups.Your eligibility may be based on age, health conditions, occupation, or the area where you live and/or work. Knowing your eligibility will help you keep track of new announcements and how they apply to you.Eligibility varies widely by region and sometimes by clinic within regions. If your group isn't yet eligible, you may still be able to sign up for pre-registration, alerts, or standby notifications.When looking up your Public Health Unit, you'll get the most accurate result by searching for your postcode, rather than your municipality.If you are in an area served by mobile or hot-spot clinics, resources like Twitter will be beneficial in receiving notification of these clinics. Other avenues include your MPP's mailing lists, local community organizations, and public notice boards.
A Note on Health-Related Eligibility

Ontario's plan has three health-related groups under Phase 2: highest risk, high risk, and at risk. These groups are being prioritized in stages, so if you're in a health-related eligibility group, you'll want to know which you're in so you know what to watch for.

Vulnerable Populations

The Ontario vaccine rollout has been disproportionally difficult for populations with no fixed address, who are not currently eligible for OHIP, those without internet access, and many other groups. The following resources are intended to support those populations.

Booking Appointments Without OHIP

IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR OHIP, BUT DO NOT HAVE IT
You'll need to apply in person at ServiceOntario, and then use the health card number given to you to book via call centre (you will NOT be able to book via website without a physical OHIP card). See https://www.ontario.ca/page/apply-ohip-and-get-health-card for more information.

If you are NOT eligible for OHIP, you will need to call your local Public Health Unit (PHU)https://www.phdapps.health.gov.on.ca/phulocator/, who will either issue you a booking number that you can use in order to book via the provincial call centre, or take your information and inform you of the process.

Other Options for Those Without OHIP

Other clinics, like hospital clinics, are booking appointments for those without OHIP if they meet those sites’ individual eligibility requirements. See your public health unit for more information.

Organizations Supporting Vulnerable Populations

The following organizations have hosted clinics for vulnerable populations, including those with no fixed address, those without OHIP, and those without status in Canada:

Maggie'sThe StopCAMHCanadian Centre for Immigrant and Refugee Health CareWomen's College Hospital

Indigenous People

Indigenous people and their families may have additional options for both first- and second-dose vaccination.

Important Information:


Important Information:

Pharmacy Locations

Pharmacies are currently administering AstraZeneca vaccines to adults over the age of 40. If you are eligible for this vaccine, you can find a pharmacy here:

Public Health Unit Information

Select your PHU from the list below to view more information for your area.


Algoma Public Health Unit

Algoma Public Health has several clinics with varying eligibility. For specific information about clinics, including how to book, review the information available below.

Other Public Health Units

Updated information about other public health units is in progress. While we're working, you can use the following brief summaries:

City of Hamilton Public Health Services

Uses provincial booking system except for select pop-ups. Some categories (e.g. community HCWs, faith-based leaders) have to register here to gain access to provincial booking system

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health

Uses provincial booking system for certain groups, see information here; others must pre-register for their community clinics here

Huron Perth Public Health

Uses their own system; see here for eligible groups and booking links for various clinics

Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Public Health

Uses provincial booking system except for certain groups; overview of eligibility criteria and links to book appointments here

Lambton Public Health

Uses its own system for booking. See overview of eligibility here. Booking is done through verto system here

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit
Uses provincial booking system except for certain groups; overview of eligibility criteria and information to book appointments here

Middlesex-London Health Unit

See this page for booking appointments. Eligibility criteria is here

Niagara Region Public Health

Mostly provincial booking system, some small exceptions. Also has a vaccine standby list for those 40-54 of age.

North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit

Uses provincial booking system, can phone to book for some non-provincially eligible groups. See here for eligibility overview / clinic information.

Northwestern Health Unit

Uses provincial booking system, can phone to book or pre-register for other eligible groups. See here for eligibility overview. Pre-registration form here

Ottawa Public Health

Uses provincial booking system, other eligible groups can pre-register. See here for eligibility overview, eligibility checking / pre-registration form is here.

Peel Public Health

Uses provincial booking system, other eligible groups can also book through city-run community clinics OR hospital clinics. See here for overview of eligibility / links to book.
City community clinics can be booked here

Hospital clinics are:

William Osler

Trillium

Peterborough Public Health

Entirely uses provincial booking system, see information here

Porcupine Health Unit

Uses their own system entirely. See here for eligibility criteria. Appointments can be booked here.

Renfrew County & District Health Unit

Uses their own system entirely. See here for eligibility criteria. Pre-registration can be submitted here

Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit

Use provincial booking tool, see information here; some groups must pre-register to get invite to book using provincial system. Hot spot booking here

Southwestern Public Health (Middlesex-London)

Uses their own system entirely. See here for eligibility criteria. Appointments can be booked here.

Sudbury & District Public Health

Uses provincial booking tool, see information here. Other eligible groups can book at various community clinics by phone.

Thunder Bay District Health Unit

Uses provincial booking tool, see information here. Also has district clinics for other eligible groups, see here

Timiskaming Health Unit

Uses provincial booking tool, see information / eligibility criteria here.

Toronto Public Health

Uses provincial booking tool, as well as hospital clinics and pop-up clinics. See here for the eligible groups and their booking methods.

Hospital clinics (may have associated community clinics within their network):

Baycrest (Englemount-Lawrence)

CAMH

Humber River

Michael Garron Hospital (Toronto East Health Partners)

North York General Hospital

Scarborough Health Network (SHN)

Sunnybrook

University Health Network (UHN)

Unity Health

William Osler - Etobicoke

Region of Waterloo, Public Health

Uses their own system entirely, pre-registration only. See eligibility criteria here. Pre-registration form is here

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health

Uses their own system entirely, pre-registration only. Everyone can pre-register here, information on different stages of rollout also there.

Windsor-Essex County Health Unit

Uses their own system entirely. See here for eligibility groups and appointment booking.

York Region Public Health

Uses provincial booking tool (one clinic - Cornell), as well as own clinics. See here for eligibility criteria and links to book appointments.

Ontario's Anticipated Eligibility Timeline

The following anticipated eligibility timeline has been set for Ontario's Mass Vaccination Sites, which are booked on the provincial portal website or by phone at 833-943-3900.

Clinics not booked through the provincial portal are not necessarily using the same timeline; check with your public health unit or individual clinics for eligibility information.

The province has defined "18 and older" as anyone born in 2003 or earlier.

Week of April 26
All 55+Hot spots 45+Highest risk health conditions:-- Organ transplant recipients
-- Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
-- People with neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (for example, motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis
-- Haematological malignancy diagnosed within the last year
-- Kidney disease with estimated glomerular filtration rate (under 30 eGFR)
-- Pregnancy
-- One essential caregiver for above individuals
Licensed Childcare Workers
Week of May 3
Everyone currently eligible will be moved into online booking, plus:All 50+Hot spots 18+High Risk Health Conditions:-- Obesity (BMI over 40)
-- Other treatments causing immunosuppression (for example, chemotherapy, immunity-weakening medications)
-- Intellectual or developmental disabilities (for example, Down Syndrome)
-- One essential caregiver for those individuals who require regular and sustained assistance with personal care and/or activities of daily living
Cannot Work From Home, Group 1:-- Elementary and secondary school workers (including educators, custodial, school bus drivers, administrative staff)
-- Workers responding to critical events (including police, fire, special constables, children’s aid society workers, emergency management, critical infrastructure restoration workers)
-- Enforcement, inspection and compliance roles (including by-law enforcement, building inspectors, food inspectors, animal welfare inspectors, border inspection officers, labour inspectors, field workers)
-- WSIB
-- Individuals working in childcare (including all licensees, employees and students on educational placements who interact directly with children in licensed childcare centres and in authorized recreation and skill building programs, licensed home child care and in-home service providers, employees of home child care agencies)
-- Foster care agenda workers (including customary care providers)
Food manufacturing and distribution workers
-- Agriculture and farm workers
-- Funeral, crematorium and cemetery workers

Week Breakdown:
Monday:-- 18+ who live in hotspots
Thursday:-- Individuals turning 50 and over in 2021;
-- Individuals with high-risk health conditions;
-- People who cannot work from home who fall under Group One (including remaining elementary and secondary school workers); and
-- First Nations, Inuit and Métis individuals in addition to the other channels previously available to book their appointment.

Week of May 10
Everyone currently eligible, plus:
All 40+At-Risk Health Conditions:-- Immune deficiencies and autoimmune disorders
-- Stroke and cerebrovascular disease
-- Dementia
-- Diabetes
-- Liver disease
-- All other cancers
-- Respiratory diseases, such as asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy
-- Spleen problems, such as asplenia
Heart disease
-- Hypertension with end organ damage
-- Diagnosed mental disorder
-- Substance use disorders
-- Sickle cell disease
-- Thalassemia
-- Immunocompromising health conditions
-- Other disabilities requiring direct support care in the community
Cannot Work From Home, Group 2:-- Essential and critical retail workers (including grocery, foodbank, pharmacy, ServiceOntario, ServiceCanada, Passport Canada, wholesalers and general goods, restaurant, workers)
-- LCBO
-- Workers in manufacturing industries directly involved in supporting the COVID-19covid 19 response, construction (including infrastructure) and other essential businesses and services where facilities are at heightened risk for COVID-19covid 19 outbreaks and spread
-- Social workers and social services staff who provide in-person client services (including youth justice workers, Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Program case workers)
-- Courts and justice system workers (including probation and parole workers)
-- Transportation, warehousing and distribution workers (including public transit workers, truck drivers supporting essential services, marine and rail cargo and maintenance, highway maintenance)
Electricity (including system operations, generation, transmission, distribution and storage workers)
Communications infrastructure workers (including cellular, satellite, landline, internet, public safety radio)
Water and wastewater management workers
-- Financial services workers (bank branch staff)
-- Veterinarians and veterinary teams
-- Waste management workers
-- Oil and petroleum workers (including petroleum refineries, crude oil and petroleum storage, transmission and distribution, retail sale of fuel)
-- Natural gas and propane gas workers (including compression, storage, transmission and distribution of natural gas and propane)
-- Mine workers (including those needed to ensure the continued operation of active mines)
-- Uranium processing workers (those working in the refining and conversion of uranium and fabrication of fuel for nuclear power plants)

Week of May 17
Everyone currently eligible, plus:
All 30+
Week of May 24
Everyone currently eligible, plus:
All 18+