Toronto Public Health, Shoppers Drug Mart and Rexall pharmacies are teaming up to provide walk-in COVID-19 and flu vaccination clinics at select pharmacies for people age 50 and over.


Vaccine preventable diseases are still spreading globally.  Vaccines help build and strengthen our immune system, protecting us against diseases. For more information on timing of recommended vaccinations visit Ontario’s Publicly Funded Immunization Schedule.


As COVID-19 activity is expected to increase this fall/winter, everyone aged 5+ should get a fall booster. Learn more about where to get boosters including bivalent vaccines.


Monkeypox 1st and 2nd doses are available at City-run clinics. Learn more about monkeypox and its vaccines.

Meningococcal Disease

Toronto Public Health is actively responding to a Meningococcal outbreak. If you are between ages 20 - 36 years old check to see if you need a meningococcal vaccine.

Flu Prevention for the 2022/2023 Season

Flu vaccination is very important in the 2022/2023 season as more people are expected to get the flu and other respiratory viruses. Everyone aged 6 months+ should get their flu shot this year.

School Immunization Program

Toronto Public Health is providing vaccines in school to grade 7 & 8 students. Students in grades 9 to 12 who missed these life saving vaccines can still get them.

Vaccines for Adults

Adults need to keep up-to-date on their vaccines. Find out which vaccines you need.

Vaccines for Children

Learn what vaccines are required for daycare and school attendance.

Vaccine Safety

Find out how the risk of serious reactions from vaccines is very small in comparison to the diseases they protect us from.