Updated May 12, 2022
Free hepatitis B, human papillomavirus (HPV), and meningococcal vaccines are currently being offered to students in Grades 7 to 12 and other eligible individuals at Toronto Public Health clinics. These vaccines are routinely offered in school to grade 7 students. Due to pandemic disruptions, Toronto Public Health has not visited schools with grade 7 students since the 2020-21 school year. Students who missed getting vaccinated can now attend a catch-up clinic.
Vaccines offered to teens and young adults are safe and protect them from:
COVID-19 vaccine will be offered to students who are not fully vaccinated. Students can receive a COVID-19 vaccine at the same time as, or any time before or after, this vaccine:
All students and other eligible individuals who missed getting their school vaccines may attend city run vaccination clinics through appointment only at TPHbookings.ca.
|Metro Hall||214 Wellington St. W.||Sunday to Thursday|
|Woodbine Mall||500 Rexdale Blvd.||Sunday to Thursday|
|Mitchell Field Community Center||89 Church Ave.||Tuesday to Saturday|
|Scarborough Clinic||1940 Eglinton Ave. E., 2nd floor||Tuesday to Saturday|
|Cloverdale||250 The East Mall||Tuesday to Saturday|
Learn more about clinic locations, hours of operations, parking and accessibility options.
Mobile catch-up clinics are being set up at selected Toronto elementary and secondary schools to offer:
Dental screening will be provided to elementary school students and offered to secondary school students. The Hepatitis B, HPV and Meningococcal vaccines are for students in grade 7 to 12 who have missed starting or completing their vaccine series due to disruptions caused by COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines can be administered at the same time as, or any time before or after, these school-based vaccines.
Schools will inform parents/guardians and students when a clinic is being hosted and how a vaccine appointment can be booked. Please note that walk-ins are accepted at school clinics, however those with booked vaccine appointments will be prioritized for their booked time slot.
Under Ontario’s Immunization of School Pupil Act (ISPA), all students are required to be up-to-date with Meningococcal vaccines or have a valid exemption. Hepatitis B and HPV vaccines prevent cancers and are voluntary for school attendance.