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Guide to booking a COVID-19 vaccine in the GTA: Who, where and how

Last Updated Apr 22, 2021 at 10:23 pm EDT

Sign advertising COVID-19 vaccine available at pharmacy in Toronto. CITYNEWS/Dan Berry

As Phase 2 of Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccination plan gets underway, the list of eligible populations has expanded. Each region has their own distribution plan which can cause some confusion when residents attempt to book appointments.

Here is a full list of who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, where they can get a vaccination based on where they live in the GTA and how you can book an appointment:

This page will be updated as the criteria for vaccines is updated.

Where to get a vaccine in Toronto and who is eligible

Toronto has been utilizing mass immunization clinics, pharmacies and hospital clinics to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine to residents.

The city will also be using mobile and pop-up clinics to bring vaccines to anyone over the age of 18 in hotspot neighbourhoods.

Education workers who work or live in hotspot communities in Toronto were eligible to start booking their COVID-19 vaccines as of April 12. Those who are eligible will be contacted by their school board with instructions on how to book an appointment. The booking will available by phone only through the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488.

Several clinics have been forced to close due to a vaccine supply shortage. Click here for a full list.

Here is how to book and who can book at each location in the city for others who are currently eligible:

Pharmacies:

  • Anyone over the age of 40 can book an appointment at a pharmacy in Toronto. They are distributing the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. Use the province’s pharmacy locator to book a vaccine.
  • To book an appointment, you have to go through the pharmacy website. A full list of the participating pharmacies can be found here.
  • Some of the pharmacies will be conducting 24/7 vaccinations, 11 of which are in Toronto. The full list can be found here.

Mass immunization clinics:

  • Anyone over the age of 60 in Toronto can book an appointment at a city mass immunization clinic.
  • Residents aged 50 and over in an identified hotspot neighbourhood can book an appointment. The following 53 postal codes are eligible:
    • M1B, M1C, M1E, M1G, M1H, M1J, M1K, M1M, M1P, M1R, M1S, M1T, M1V, M1W, M1X, M2J, M2M, M2R, M3A, M3C, M3H, M3J, M3K, M3L, M3M, M3N, M4A, M4H, M4X, M5A, M5B, M5N, M5V, M6A, M6B, M6E, M6H, M6K, M6L, M6M, M6N, M8V, M9A, M9B, M9C, M9L, M9M, M9N, M9P, M9R, M9V, M9W
  • You can book an appointment using the Ontario COVID-19 vaccination portal or by calling 1-833-943-3900.
  • They are located across the city:
    • Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    • Scarborough Town Centre
    • Toronto Congress Centre
    • East York Town Centre
    • Mitchell Field Arena
    • Malvern Community Recreation Centre
    • The Hangar Sport & Event Centre
    • Carmine Stefano Community Centre
    • Cloverdale Mall
    • North Toronto Memorial Community Centre

Hospital immunization clinics:

  • To book an appointment, you can visit this page and find the hospital clinic in your catchment area. You can book online or by calling this number 1-888-385-1910 for assistance with booking and eligibility. Some of the clinics require you to live or receive care from a primary care physician in your area to qualify.
  • Those eligible to be vaccinated include those listed under Phase 2 of the Ontario’s distribution plan:
    • Adult chronic home health care recipients
    • Residents, staff and essential caregivers of those living in long-term care, retirement homes and assisted living
    • First Nations, Inuit and Métis Adults over the age of 16
    • Faith Leaders who provide end of life care, care of the deceased, funerals, bathing, or other ceremonies with direct contact with deceased persons, home visits to unwell persons, pastoral care in hospitals/ long-term care homes /retirement homes or other vulnerable settings
    • Highest, Very High, and High Priority Healthcare Workers
    • Transplant patients or those receiving active cancer treatment.
    • Those with the medical conditions the province deemed highest risk, high risk:
      • Highest risk:
        • Organ transplant recipients
        • Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
        • People with neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis)
        • Haematological malignancy diagnosed less than 1 year ago
        • Kidney disease eGFR< 30
      • High risk:
        • Obesity (BMI > 40)Other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g., chemotherapy, immunity-weakening medications)
        • Intellectual or developmental disabilities (e.g., Down Syndrome)
    • Essential caregivers of patients with the highest risk and high risk medical conditions
    • Those with at-risk medical conditions are also eligible at the Scarborough Health Network clinics
      • Immune deficiencies / autoimmune disorders
      • Stroke / cerebrovascular disease
      • Dementia
      • Diabetes
      • Liver disease
      • All other cancers
      • Respiratory diseases
      • Spleen problems
      • Heart disease
      • Hypertension with end organ damage
      • Diagnosis of mental disorder
      • Substance use disorders
      • Thalassemia
      • Pregnancy
      • Immunocompromising health conditions
      • Other disabilities requiring direct support care in the community
    • People living in a high-risk area code over the age of 50
      • Humber River Hospital catchment area: South of Steeles Avenue, North of Eglinton Avenue, East of Humber River/ Islington Avenue, West of Bathurst Street
      • CAMH COVID-19 vaccine clinic: M5V, M6E, M6H, M6K, M6N, M8V
      • Englemount-Lawrence Vaccination Clinic: M2J, M2M, M2R, M3A, M3C, M3H, M3J, M3K, M3L, M3M, M3N, M4A, M4X, M5A, M5B, M5N, M5V, M6A, M6B, M6E, M6L, M6H, M6M, M9L, M9M, M9N, M9P
      • Michael Garron Hospital/Thorncliffe Park Community Hub: M4H, M1L, M3C, M4A, M1K, M1M, M1J.
      • North York General: M2J, M2M, M2R, M3A, M3C, M3H, M4A
      • St. Joseph’s Health Centre: M6K, M6N, M8V, M9A, M9B, M9C, M9R, M9V, M9W
      • St. Michael’s Hospital: M4X, M4Y, M5A, M5B
      • Sunnybrook Hospital: M2M, M2R, M3A, M3C, M4A, M5N, M6A, M6B
      • University Health Network: M5V, M6E, M6H
      • Scarborough Health Network: All adults 50+ who live in Scarborough
    • At the CAMH COVID-19 vaccine clinic, individuals with the following health conditions and their primary caregivers are also eligible:
      • Diagnosis of mental illness
      • Diagnosis of substance use disorder
      • Dementia
    • Those experiencing homelessness or living in a shelter setting (Thorncliffe Park Community Hub)

The UHN COVID-19 Vaccine Registry was open people aged 18-49 living in postal codes starting with M5V, M6E, M6H, but have been forced to pause registrations due to vaccine supply. This page will be updated when registration opens up again

Mobile and pop-up clinics:

    • Toronto will be utilizing mobile and pop-up clinics to vaccinate those 18+ in hotspot neighbourhoods.
    • Community groups, including faith-based organizations, employers and other community organizations, will be organizing the pop-up and mobile clinics.
    • All the clinics currently active are listed below:
      • The clinic BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in North Etobicoke will run for three weeks and vaccinate 15,000 people
        • Individuals living in the following postal codes will be eligible: M9R, M9V, M9W, L4T, L6S
        • Appointments can be made through the William Osler booking system
        • Vaccinations will begin April 14.
      • St. James Town COVID-19 vaccination clinic
        • Adults living in the following postal codes will be eligible: M4X, M4Y, M5A, M5B
        • Appointments can be booked here starting at 7 p.m. on April 15.
        • The clinic is being held at the Wellesley Community Centre
      • Parkway Forest Community Centre
        • Adults 40 years of age or older living in the M2J postal code.
        • You can register for an appointment here
        • The pop-up clinic is being held on April 17 until April 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
      • Oakridge pop-up vaccine clinic at Warden Woods Community Centre
        • Adults 18 years of age and older for those living in the following postal codes: M1L
        • Drop-in only and Individuals will need to bring proof of address
        • The clinic is open as of 9 a.m. Thursday, April 22 until vaccine supply runs out
      • Rexdale Community Hub
        • Adults 18+ living in the postal code M9V
        • Contact the Rexdale Community Health Centre for an appointment at (647) 213-1835
        • The clinic is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 22, April 29, and May 6.
      • West Park Healthcare Centre, 82 Buttonwood Avenue / The Community Place Hub, 1765 Weston Road
        • Clinic hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays: 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. / Saturdays: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
        • Adults 60+ years old
        • People who are 18 years of age and older residing in High Risk Areas. Check postal code list here.
        • To see the rest of the eligible criteria, click here
        • To book your vaccine appointment, click here
      • Downsview Arena
        • Adults 18+ living and working in the postal codes: M3L, M3M, M3N
        • Drop-in only and Individuals will need to bring proof of address
        • The clinic is open as of 9 a.m. April 23 until vaccine supply runs out

Where to get a vaccine in Peel Region and who is eligible

In Peel Region, they are utilizing seven immunization clinics, four hospital clinics and pharmacies for their COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

Immunization Clinics:

  • Anyone over the age of 60 are eligible to book an appointment.
  • Adults 50+ in hotspot communities are also eligible to book an appointment in the following postal codes:
    • L4T, L4W, L4X, L4Z
    • L5A, L5B, L5C, L5K, L5L, L5M, L5N, L5R, L5V, L5W
    • L6P, L6R, L6S, L6T, L6V, L6W, L6X, L6Y, L6Z
    • L7A, L7C
  • All special needs education staff and education workers, including educators, custodial, school bus drivers, and administrative staff, in the following hotspot communities can book COVID-19 vaccine appointments:
    • L4T, L4W, L4X, L4Z
    • L5A, L5B, L5C, L5K, L5L, L5M, L5N, L5R, L5V, L5W
    • L6P, L6R, L6S, L6T, L6V, L6W, L6X, L6Y, L6Z
    • L7A, L7C
    • To book an appointment, call 1-833-943-3900.
  • You can book an appointment using the Ontario COVID-19 vaccination portal or by calling 905-791-5202
  • Indigenous adults and frontline health care workers are also eligible to book an appointment using Peel Region’s booking tool.

Pharmacies:

  • Anyone over the age of 40 can book an appointment at a pharmacy in Peel Region. They are distributing the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
  • To book an appointment, you have to go through the pharmacy website. A full list of the participating pharmacies can be found here.
  • Some of the pharmacies will be conducting 24/7 vaccinations, seven of which are in Peel. The full list can be found here.

Hospital Clinics:

  • To book an appointment at the William Osler Health System clinics, you can book online or by phone at 905-494-6685.
  • Residents who are eligible to be vaccinated within William Osler are the following:
    • Adults aged 50 to 59 years old in hotspot communities: L4T, L4W, L4X, L4Z, L5A, L5B, L5R, L5C, L5K, L5L, L5M, L5N, L5V, L5W, L6P, L6R, L6S, L6T, L6V, L6W, L6X, L6Y, L6Z, L7A, L7C M9R, M9V, M9W
    • Adults 60 years of age or older in Peel
    • Faith Leaders who provide end of life care, care of the deceased, funerals, bathing, or other ceremonies with direct contact with deceased persons, home visits to unwell persons, pastoral care in hospitals/ long-term care homes /retirement homes or other vulnerable settings
    • Highest, Very High, and High Priority Healthcare Workers
    • Those with the medical conditions the province deemed highest risk, high risk (these people will be contacted by their specialists or the clinic themselves)
      • Highest risk:
        • Organ transplant recipients
        • Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
        • People with neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis)
          • Haematological malignancy diagnosed less than 1 year ago
      • Kidney disease eGFR< 30
      • High risk:
        • Obesity (BMI > 40)Other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g., chemotherapy, immunity-weakening medications)
        • Intellectual or developmental disabilities (e.g., Down Syndrome)
  • To book an appointment at Trillium Health Partners (THP) Clinics, you can use their online booking tool.
    • Peel residents aged 60+ and Indigenous adults 16+ are eligible to be vaccinated at a THP clinic.
    • Peel residents aged 50-59 years old in hotspot communities:
      • L4T, L4W, L4X, L4Z, L5A, L5B, L5R, L5C, L5K, L5L, L5M, L5N, L5V, L5W, L6P, L6R, L6S, L6T, L6V, L6W, L6X, L6Y, L6Z, L7A, L7C, M9A, M9B, M9C

Mobile clinics:

  • Peel region will be utilizing mobile and pop-up clinics to vaccinate those 18+ in hotspot neighbourhoods. They will be focused on high-risk congregate settings, residential buildings, faith-based locations, and locations occupied by large employers.
  • Details of when and how the clinics will be rolled out have not been released at this time.
  • All the currently active clinics serving Peel region are listed below:
    • The clinic BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in North Etobicoke will run for three weeks and vaccinate 15,000 people
      • Individuals living in the following postal codes will be eligible: M9R, M9V, M9W, L4T, L6S
      • Appointments can be made through the William Osler booking system
      • Vaccinations will begin April 14

Where to get a COVID-19 vaccine in York Region and who is eligible

York Region has utilized 10 immunizations clinics to focus on different eligible populations. Pharmacies in York are also offering the COVID-19 vaccine.

Clinics for those 60+ and other eligible groups:

  • Residents who are 65 and older or a part of one of these eligibility groups are eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine:
    • Highest, Very High and High Priority Health Care Workers who live or work in York Region
    • Staff, essential caregivers and any residents that have not yet received a first dose in long-term care homes, high-risk retirement homes and First Nations elder care homes
    • Alternative level of care patients in hospitals who have a confirmed admission to a long-term care home, retirement home or other congregate care home for seniors
    • Staff, residents and caregivers in retirement homes and other congregate care settings for seniors
    • Indigenous adults and adult members of their households
    • Adult recipients of chronic home care services who live in York Region (appropriate documentation, such as letter from Ontario Health Team or Home and Community Care Support Services will be required)
    • Faith leaders who live or work in York Region and provide end of life care, care of the deceased, care of those who are unwell or provides pastoral services in vulnerable settings
    • Individuals with highest risk and high-risk chronic conditions and one essential caregiver (only at Ray Twinny Complex and Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital):
      • Organ transplant recipients
      • Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
      • People with neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (for example, motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis)
      • Haematological malignancy diagnosed within the last year
      • Kidney disease with estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) under 30
      • Obesity (BMI over 40)
      • Other treatments causing immunosuppression* (for example, chemotherapy, immunity-weakening medications)
      • Intellectual or developmental disabilities (for example, Down Syndrome)
  • The following clinics are offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments for those listed above:
    • Georgina Ice Palace
    • Richmond Green Centre
    • Trisan Centre
    • Canada’s Wonderland (drive-thru vaccination clinic)
    • Ray Twinney Complex
    • Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital
  • To book an appointment, click here or call 1-877-464-9675

Clinics for those 50+ in hot spot communities:

  • There is one dedicated clinic in Markham for York Region residents for those aged 50 years of age or older in the following hotspot communities:
    • L0J, L4B, L4E, L4H, L4J, L4K, L4L, L6A, L3S, L3T, L6B, L6C, L6E
  • To book an appointment at the Cornell Community Centre, click here or call 1-877-464-9675. York Region is utilizing the province’s booking tool for this age group.

Clinics for those 35 and older in high-risk communities:

  • There are four clinics for individuals between the ages of 35 and older (born in 1986 or older) who currently live at an address with one of the following high priority postal codes: L4L, L6A, L4K, L4J or L3S
  • The clinics are in Markham, Vaughan, Georgina and Richmond Hill:
    • Aaniin Community Centre
    • Maple Community Centre
    • Georgina Ice Palace
    • Richmond Green Centre
    • Canada’s Wonderland
  • To book an appointment, click here or call 1-877-464-9675

Clinics for Special Education Staff who live or work in York

  • Education staff who provide direct in-person supports to students with complex special needs are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine. They are asked to bring their school board-issued letter confirming your position as a special education staff member and proof of employment, such as a pay stub.
  • The clinics are in Markham, Vaughan, Georgina and Richmond Hill:
    • Aaniin Community Centre
    • Maple Community Centre
    • Georgina Ice Palace
    • Richmond Green Centre
    • Canada’s Wonderland
  • To book an appointment, click here or call 1-877-464-9675

Pharmacies:

  • Anyone over the age of 40 can book an appointment at a pharmacy in York Region. They are distributing the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
  • To book an appointment, you have to go through the pharmacy website. A full list of the participating pharmacies can be found here.
  • Some of the pharmacies will be conducting 24/7 vaccinations, one of which is in York. The full list can be found here.
  • One of the mass immunization clinics in Whitchurch-Stouffville is also distributing AstraZeneca to those 40 years of age or older.
    • To book an appointment at Soccer City, click here or call 1-877-464-9675

Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Halton Region and who is eligible

Halton Region is utilizing five immunization clinics, a hospital clinic, and pharmacies to vaccinate their population against COVID-19.

Immunization clinics: 

  • To book an appointment, Halton Region is using their own online booking tool. Click here to book an appointment.
  • The following populations are eligible to book an appointment:
    • Adults 60 years of age or older (born in or before 1961)
    • Essential Caregivers/Residents at congregate settings
    • Recipients of regular home care services from LHIN
    • Indigenous adults (including First Nations, Metis and Inuit populations) living in Halton, aged 55 years of age or older (born in or before 1966), and one immediate household family member.
    • Those 18+ with the medical conditions the province deemed highest risk, high risk
      • Highest risk:
        • Organ transplant recipients
        • Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
        • People with neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis)
          • Haematological malignancy diagnosed less than 1 year ago
      • Kidney disease eGFR< 30
      • High risk:
        • Obesity (BMI > 40)Other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g., chemotherapy, immunity-weakening medications)
    • Essential workers who cannot work from home, including:
      • Elementary/secondary school workers (Teachers, custodial staff, bus drivers and administrative staff)
      • Workers responding to critical events (Police, fire, special constables, children’s aid society workers, emergency management, critical infrastructure restoration workers that cannot work from home)
      • Enforcement, inspection and compliance roles
      • Individuals working in childcare
      • Foster care agency workers
      • Food manufacturing and distribution workers
      • Agriculture and farm workers
      • Funeral, crematorium and cemetery workers
    • Adults 50 years of age and older living within the “L9E” postal code area in Milton
  • The immunization clinics are located:
    • Burlington: Compass Point Bible Church, 1500 Kerns Road
    • Burlington: Joseph Brant Hospital, 1245 Lakeshore Road
    • Halton Hills: Gellert Community Centre, 10241 Eighth Line
    • Milton: First Ontario Arts Centre Milton, 1010 Main Street East
    • Oakville: St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre, 1280 Dundas Street West,

Hospital Clinic:

  • Oakville Trafalgar Hospital is administering COVID-19 vaccines to eligible populations. Click here to book an appointment.
  • The following residents are eligible to book an appointment at the hospital:
    • Adults 60 years of age or older (born in or before 1961)
    • Essential Caregivers/Residents at congregate settings
    • Recipients of regular home care services from LHIN
    • Indigenous adults (including First Nations, Metis and Inuit populations) living in Halton, aged 55 years of age or older (born in or before 1966), and one immediate household family member.
    • Health care workers who live or work in Halton region in Highest, Very High and High priority groups (High Priority health care workers must be providing direct, in-person patient care (non-virtual care) at least once a week).

Pharmacies:

  • Anyone over the age of 40 can book an appointment at a pharmacy in Halton Region. They are distributing the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
  • To book an appointment, you have to go through the pharmacy website. A full list of the participating pharmacies can be found here.
  • Some of the pharmacies will be conducting 24/7 vaccinations, one of which is in Halton. The full list can be found here.

Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Durham Region and who is eligible

Durham Region is using immunization clinics, pop-up clinics and pharmacies to vaccinate their populations against COVID-19.

Immunization clinics:

  • To book an appointment at Durham Region’s immunization clinics, click here or call 1-888-444-5113.
  • Here are the populations eligible to be vaccinated at an immunization clinic:
    • Adults 60 years of age and older, or who will be turning 60 in 2021
    • Residents 50 years of age and older living in hotspots in Ajax and Pickering with the postal codes: L1S, L1T, L1V, L1X and L1Z.
    • Faith leaders (providing end of life care, care of the deceased, funerals or other ceremonies with direct contact of deceased persons, home visits to unwell, pastoral care in institutions)
    • All Indigenous adults and adult household members
    • Individuals with health conditions, starting with Highest-Risk and High-Risk health conditions.
      • Highest-Risk Health Conditions include:
        • Organ transplant recipients; Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients; Neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis); Blood cancer diagnosed < 1 year; Kidney disease with eGFR < 30.
        • Individuals in the Highest-Risk group may have their main essential caregiver vaccinated.
      • High-Risk Health Conditions include:
        • Obesity (BMI > 40); Other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g., chemotherapy, immunity weakening medications); Intellectual or developmental disabilities (e.g., Down Syndrome).
        • Individuals in the High-Risk group may have their main essential caregiver vaccinated.
    • High-Risk Congregate Living Settings
        • Residents, essential caregivers and staff in High-risk congregate living settings (residential facilities where a high-risk client population live or stay overnight and use shared spaces e.g., common sleeping areas, shared bathrooms, shared kitchens, communal dining spaces). Includes supportive housing, developmental services/intervenor including independent living, adult correctional facilities, children’s residential facilities (residents over 16, staff and foster parents).
        • Essential caregivers* are included for the following congregate settings: developmental services, mental health and addictions congregate settings, homes for special care, children’s residential facilities, and Indigenous healing and wellness facilities.
    • Primary health care provider (e.g. physician office) and office staff
      Community based medical specialists and office staff
    • Pharmacist and pharmacy staff (those who work directly in the pharmacy)
    • Walk-in clinic and walk in clinic staff
    • Dentistry/oral surgeon and office staff
    • Midwifery practice and office staff
    • NP-led clinic and office staff
    • Community health centre staff
    • Firefighters (medical first responders)
    • Long-term care and retirement home staff and essential caregivers
    • Hospital worker with direct patient care
    • Hospital non patient-facing staff
    • Lab/diagnostic service – health care provider or office staff
    • Police (who act as medical first responders)
    • Mental health / addictions / developmental services/campus health
    • Social work/social services (providing in person services)
    • Non-acute rehab and therapy
    • Naturopath and holistic care (direct patient care)
    • Congregate living staff
    • Independent health specialty
    • Diagnostic imaging staff
    • Chronic home care patients 16 years of age and older
  • Here are the locations where clinics are being held:
    • Audley Recreation Centre
    • Uxbridge Arena
    • Scugog Arena
    • Rick MacLeish Memorial Community Centre Arena*
    • The Garnet B. Rickard Recreation Complex
    • Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex Arena
    • Durham College and Ontario Tech University
    • McKinney Centre

Pop-up clinics:

Ajax and Pickering will be operating COVID-19 pop-up vaccination clinics for residents 18 years and older in hotspot postal codes. The first location is at the Ajax Community Centre.

Ajax Community Centre:

  • Appointments will be available for residents living in the L1S, L1T, L1V, L1X and L1Z hot spot postal codes from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on April 22, 23, and 24. After that, the clinic will be open every Sunday to Wednesday until May 28.
  • To book an appointment, visit covidvaccine.lh.ca or by calling 905-721-4828.

Pharmacies:

  • Anyone over the age of 40 can book an appointment at a pharmacy in Durham Region. They are distributing the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
  • To book an appointment, you have to go through the pharmacy website. A full list of the participating pharmacies can be found here.
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