In the Community
We currently have COVID-19 vaccination – first dose- appointments available to: youth aged 12-17 as well as adults aged 18+ in all “M” postal codes. Please click here to find an appointment.
Second Doses: For those who had their first dose of vaccine at the Wellesley Community Centre before May 9, we are in the process of re-booking your second dose. We will also be releasing appointments on May 14 at 8 p.m. for June 17, 18, 19, 20. Please click here to find an appointment.
Sherbourne Health and Regent Park Community Health Centre are operating COVID-19 vaccination clinics, in partnership with The St. James Town Community Corner, Fred Victor and partners of the Downtown East Ontario Health Team and supported by Unity Health. The clinics are currently open to all adults age 18+ as well as those aged 12-17 living in “M” postal codes. These clinics are operating at the Wellesley Community Centre (495 Sherbourne Street) and Regent Park at Fred Victor (40 Oak Street).
For more information and to book an appointment, please click here.
For individuals in postal codes M4X | M4Y | M5A | M5B who have significant barriers accessing the online booking tool, please call 416-347-0943 or 416-964-6657 for assistance with booking.
The Government of Ontario has recently announced that they will be moving up second doses for those who have already received their first dose. If you’ve already had your first dose – with us or elsewhere – you are also able to book a second dose at the Wellesley Community Centre. Click here to book your appointment.
If you received your first vaccine dose at the Wellesley Community Centre:
Your second dose appointment will be automatically rebooked. If you prefer to book your own, you may use our online booking tool.
If you received your first vaccine dose at the Sherbourne Health vaccination clinic at Dixon Hall (Astra Zeneca):
You will be contacted directly by Sherbourne Health about your second dose options
If you received your first dose elsewhere:
You can check the provincial online booking site (https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/) or call the COVID-19 vaccine call centre (1‑833‑943‑3900) to find out if you’re eligible for a second dose and where you can get it.
Second Dose Guidelines
Those who received their first vaccine on or before May 9 are eligible for their second dose.
Second Doses at an accelerated interval are available for people going to school, living or working in…
M6M | M6N | M9N | M1S | M1B | M1G | M1J | M3K |
M3M | M3J | M3N | M3L | M4A | M4H | M9L | M9M |
M9W | M9V
If you live, work or go to school in one of these postal codes, the accelerated timeline is:
- If 1st dose was Pfizer, 2nd dose must be 21+ days after 1st dose.
- If 1st dose was Moderna, 2nd dose must be 28+ days after 1st dose.
- If 1st dose was AstraZeneca, 2nd dose must be 8+ weeks after 1st dose.
Vaccine Brands Available
We offer Moderna or Pfizer, depending on vaccine supply.
- Only Pfizer can be given to youth 12-17 years old at this time. For this age group, when asked to select a priority area on the booking site, please choose “People who are 12-17 years of age at the time of their appointment who live in Toronto postal codes (starting with the letter M)”
We continue to encourage our service users to get a COVID-19 vaccination as soon as possible.
More Options for Receiving a COVID-19 Vaccine
If you live in Toronto and meet certain eligibility criteria, you can book appointments at vaccination clinics across the city, including at hospitals, community centres, schools and more. Check out the resources below for more information:
- Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment Booking System: Ontario COVID-19 vaccination service
- Unity Health Toronto (including St. Michael’s Hospital): COVID-19 vaccination at Unity Health
- Select pharmacies: COVID-19 pharmacy vaccine locations
- Select Toronto Hospitals and Ontario Health Teams Pre-Registration and Booking Site: Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics
- Anishnawbe Health Toronto (Indigenous Adults, with priority for 55+): COVID-19 Vaccination Drop-In Clinic – Anishnawbe Health Toronto (aht.ca)
Please review these websites carefully to ensure you are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Trusted COVID-19 Vaccine Information
- Toronto Public Health: COVID-19: About the Vaccines – City of Toronto
- What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine for Canada (Public Health Agency of Canada): what-you-need-to-know-covid-19-vaccine-eng.pdf (canada.ca)
- COVID-19 Handouts and Information: The Implementation Working Group of the Downtown East Ontario Health Team (DET OHT) on Outreach and Wrap Around Supports in High Density Neighbourhoods, co-led by Sherbourne Health with St. Judes, has developed handouts with information related to COVID-19. Versions are also available in additional languages: Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Tamil and Urdu.