Last updated: January 25, 2022 at 8:15 a.m.

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Book a COVID-19 vaccine at a City-run or hospital immunization clinic using the Province’s registration system or by calling 1-833-943-3900 (TTY 1-866-797-0007). Vaccines are also available at pop-up clinics, pharmacies and some family doctors.

Changes to City Services

To slow the spread of COVID-19, provincial regulations require the cancellation of City indoor drop-in and registered recreation programs. Outdoor ice rinks are open. Learn about changes to City services, including the closure of some counter services at City Hall and civic centres.

Vaccines

Learn about why, how, and where to get vaccinated.

Symptoms, Illness & Exposure

Learn about symptoms, if you are a close contact or are ill from COVID-19, and caring for someone else who has COVID-19.

Reduce Virus Spread

Everyone has a role to play. The actions you take will protect you, loved ones and those most vulnerable in our community.

Testing

Due to widespread transmission of COVID-19, testing is limited to certain groups. Learn more.

Individuals & Families - Support & Resources

Find financial and personal support related to mental health and more for individuals and families.

Businesses & Organizations - Support & Resources

Find the latest support, health restrictions and resources for businesses and organizations.

COVID-19 Data

Review the data of COVID-19 cases, vaccine coverage, active outbreaks and more.

Bylaws & Reporting

Learn about Municipal and Provincial legislation to prevent the spread, how to report a workplace exposure and more.

Posters & Graphics

Find downloadable posters, graphics and questionnaires in multiple languages.

Featured

Toronto skyline from north-east view looking south.

Changes to City Services

Stay informed about City services, programs and facilities affected by COVID-19.

Mayor Tory with group of adults and children flexing arms in front of Team Toronto Kids sign at a City vaccine clinic

Vaccinations for 5 to 17 year olds

Children and youth ages 5 to 17 years are eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.