Bhutila Karpoche MPP, Parkdale–High Park

Government of Ontario

Vaccination Rollout in Parkdale—High Park

Last updated: May 7, 9:54pm

There are now opportunities for the following populations to be vaccinated in the City of Toronto:

  • People born in 1966 or earlier (55+)
  • People born in 1981 or earlier (40+)
  • M6K Residents (18+)
  • Indigenous adults (16 and up)
  • Chronic home health care recipients
  • People with eligible health conditions
  • Long-term care home staff and residents
  • Assisted living residents and staff
  • Retirement home residents and staff
  • First Nations elder care home residents and staff
  • Essential caregivers for care home residents
  • Personal support workers
  • Health-care workers in priority risk groups
  • Residents and staff in shelters, community living or other group living settings
  • Special education workers
  • Education workers in elementary and secondary schools
  • Faith leaders at high-risk of exposure

Find out how to book an appointment 


Watch: Vaccine Information Session

Bhutila hosted a vaccine information session with Dr. Mark Downing (St. Joseph's Health Centre), Domenico Calla (Toronto Public Health), Gillian Bone (Four Villages Community Health Centre) and Maureen Gans (Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre) to answer your questions about vaccines and how the rollout will work in our community. This event was held on March 15, 2021.


COVID-19 VACCINE SITES 

Here's a map of COVID-19 vaccine sites located in, and close to, Parkdale—High Park.