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  • COVID-19 Vaccination: Booking Information and Help
    NOTE: Right now the interval for the second dose is about 12 - 16 weeks.

    Use the provincial site to book

    Must have valid OHIP card or other official government-issued identification.
    NEW  If you’re 18 or older in 2021, you can book your vaccine appointment.
    . Children 12 years and older are eligible for vaccination at some locations. 
    Must have valid OHIP card or other official government-issued identification.

    PHARMACY BOOKING: There are many nearby pharmacies offering vaccinations to 40 years+:
    Click here to search for more pharmacies near you offering the vaccine.

    NEW North York General Now Booking Appointments for:
To book your vaccination appointment online and for up to date information about local clinics, check the North York General Hospital’s website  -  offering bookings at nearby sites 

or the City of Toronto's *NEW*  Toronto Covid Vaccine Call Centre and Website

Vaccination Questions??: go to North York General Hospital (NYGH) website for updated information and  Frequently Asked Questions.

Your Covid-19 questions answered: by North York Toronto Health Partners
This includes information for seniors and vulnerable residents in need of transportation.

What you will need to complete the book your appointment:

  • Legal First Name, Middle Name (if applicable), Last Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Postal Code
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number

If you are a Bayview Village resident and need help to booking your vaccination appointment, the Bayview Village Association can help. Please contact the following BVA Executive for assistance:

Geri James: 416-512-6690 or [email protected]

North York Covid Immunization Clinics
Mitchell Field Community Centre NOW OPEN
The Hangar at Downsview Park NOW OPEN

More details about vaccination eligibility and the phased timing is available on the Province of Ontario’s Web Site.