On this page:
- Hours and locations of Sherbourne Health vaccination clinics
- Accessing your vaccination receipt
- More options for getting a vaccination
- Trusted vaccination information
Vaccination clinics at the Wellesley Community Centre
Sherbourne Health currently have COVID-19 vaccination appointments for first and second dose available to: youth aged 12-17 (born in 2009 and earlier) as well as adults aged 18+ in all “M” postal codes at the Wellesley Community Centre. Please click here to find an appointment. Walk-ins also welcome!
Please note: Our vaccination clinic will be CLOSED on Thursday, September 30. We will be open on Friday, October 1 and Saturday October 2 for our normal hours (9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. with a break from 12-1 p.m.) We will be open the following Thursday, October 7 from 12:30-7 p.m. with a break from 4-5 p.m.)
Sherbourne Health are operating COVID-19 vaccination clinics at the Wellesley Community Centre. The clinics are currently open to people aged 12 and up (including those people turning 12 in 2021 who were born in 2009). These clinics are operating at the Wellesley Community Centre (495 Sherbourne Street, East entrance by the parkette) and Regent Park at Fred Victor (40 Oak Street).
You can book vaccine appointments online at www.stjamestown.org. We also accept walk-ins for first and second doses, depending on supply.
Wellesley Community Centre COVID Vaccine Clinic is open:
- Thursdays 12:30pm-7:00pm
- Fridays and Saturdays 9:30am-4:00pm
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.
First doses are open to adults and youth who were born in 2009 and older (i.e. turning 12 in 2021).
If you’ve already had your first dose – with us or elsewhere – you may be able to book a second dose at the Wellesley Community Centre. Click here to book your appointment.
SECOND DOSE GUIDELINES
Those in ‘M‘ postal codes who are 21+ days past their first dose of Pfizer or 28+ days past their first dose of Moderna are eligible to book a second dose at our clinic. For those who had their AstraZeneca for their first dose, you will be eligible at 8 weeks after your first dose.
If you meet this criteria, you are eligible to book one of our publicly-available appointments through our online booking site.
THIRD DOSE GUIDELINES
Third doses are currently only available to a small group of patients. Please consult with your specialist or family doctor to see if you are eligible. If so, you will need to get a letter from them confirming your eligibility and bring it to your appointment.
VACCINE BRANDS AVAILABLE
We offer both Moderna and Pfizer.
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
- Select pharmacies: COVID-19 pharmacy vaccine locations
- City of Toronto Vaccine Clinic Locations Map COVID-19: Vaccine Clinic Locations – City of Toronto
- Interactive calendar with vaccine clinics across Toronto
Please review these websites carefully to ensure you are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Accessing your vaccine receipt(s)
Accessing Your Vaccine Receipt
If you have paper receipts, those are sufficient, now and in the future, for you to use as a “vaccine passport” to access services. See the list of services and establishments that will require proof of vaccination: https://news.ontario.ca/en/release/1000779/ontario-to-require-proof-of-vaccination-in-select-settings
To replace a lost receipt or if you need an electronic copy:
If you have a Green OHIP card you can:
- Go online here: Ontario COVID-19 vaccination service (ontariohealth.ca) to download your reciept.
- Call the Provincial Vaccine Phone line: 1-833-943-2900 for more information
- Visit an Toronto Public Library location for free printing and free wifi: Print your proof of vaccination for free at any TPL branch
If you have a Red & White OHIP:
- Call the phone line: [as above]
If you do not have OHIP:
- Call Access Alliance, FCJ Refugee Centre or CCVT:
- Access Alliance – Telephone: 416-760-8677
- Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture – Telephone: 416-306-4319
- FCJ Refugee Centre – Telephone: 416-469-9754 ext. 230 and 232; WhatsApp: 4372173786
If there are errors in your vaccine record, contact the clinic that administered your receipt.
If you received a vaccine at our clinic at Wellesley Community Centre and need help with your vaccine receipt, please call 416-460-2984.
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.