We are now offering COVID-19 vaccines for children 6 Months to Under Four Years of Age at our community vaccination clinics. Appointments are required and can be booked online. Children under two can also get their COVID-19 vaccine at some doctors’ offices and select pharmacies. The flu vaccine is available to children under two at doctors offices. We recommend you call in advance to confirm.
Children two to four years of age can get their COVID-19 and flu vaccine at some doctors’ offices and select pharmacies. We recommend you call in advance to confirm. You can locate your nearest pharmacy using the Province’s locator map. A health card is not needed to get your COVID-19 and flu vaccines at a pharmacy.
Learn how to access a COVID-19 vaccine if you are homebound.
First Nations, Métis and Inuit individuals, including non-Indigenous partners and household members, are encouraged to contact Indigenous-supported clinics .
Ontario’s Immunization of School Pupils Act (ISPA) requires that students be vaccinated against nine designated diseases or have a valid exemption. You can receive these vaccines at your doctors’ offices. If you do not have a health care provider please contact Health Care Connect for information and assistance.
The Meningococcal (required under ISPA or have a valid exemption), Human Papillomavirus and Hepatitis B vaccines are available to students in grade 7 and 8 through the School Immunization Program (SIP). TPH continues to work with school boards and administrators to host vaccination clinics at schools.
TPH is hosting community vaccination clinics for students to catch-up on any missing vaccines. Appointments are required and can be booked online.
If you have a valid OHIP card, you can call and find out if the flu and/or COVID-19 vaccines are being offered at a local pharmacy or walk-in clinic. You can also find a family doctor or nurse practitioner who is accepting new patients.
You can reach out to a Community Health Centre (CHC) to receive health services. We recommend calling in advance to confirm vaccination services are available. Some pharmacies provide COVID-19 vaccination to people without an OHIP card. We recommend you call before you go to make sure.
Needle fear is common in people of all ages, and some people may experience pain or discomfort when getting their vaccine because of the needle. Consider using the comfort, ask, relax, distract system to feel more comfortable when getting your vaccine: