Last updated: May 19, 10:54am
There are now opportunities for the following populations to be vaccinated in the City of Toronto:
- All individuals turning 18 or over in 2021
- First Nations, Métis, and Inuit adults
- Health care or personal support workers
- Essential workers (Group 1)
- Essential workers (Group 2)
- Licensed childcare workers
- Education workers (including special education)
- People with highest-risk health conditions and their caregiver
- People with high-risk health conditions and their caregiver
- People with at-risk health conditions
- Chronic home health care recipients
- Residents and staff in care homes, shelters, and group living settings (including essential caregivers)
- Faith leaders at high-risk of exposure
Earlier Second Doses
The following populations can now schedule an earlier second dose. Contact the clinic or provider who provided your first shot in order to schedule.
Highest priority health care workers
For a list of all eligible health care workers, click here.
Indigenous adults and household members:
Includes all First Nations, Inuit and Métis adults and their household members.
Specific highest risk health conditions
Eligible health conditions include:
- Solid organ or hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
- Individuals on stable, active treatment for malignant hematologic disorders or a nonhematologic malignant solid tumor
- Patients undergoing hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis
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.