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Scarborough Health Network (SHN) and our Scarborough OHT and local partners have come together to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine across our community. We are doing this through vaccine clinic sites and mobile vaccine teams.

We are pleased to be keeping our community safe and healthy through our Scarborough COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic. We encourage everyone who is eligible to get the vaccine.

Drop by our Pop-up Vaccine Clinics

How they work:

Drop in only, no appointment required

Tickets given out on first come, first served basis

Who they're for:

18+ years of age, who live in specific Scarborough hot spots

We will be holding pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics for people 18 years of age and older (born in 2003 or before) who live in certain hot spots.

We have pop-up clinics planned in the following Scarborough postal codes:

Saturday, May 8

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Malvern Christian Assembly

6705 Sheppard Avenue East

For residents who are 18 years of age or older who live in the M1B postal code (proof of address required).

View boundaries for M1B postal code

Starting on the morning of the pop-up clinic, tickets are provided to individuals for same-day vaccine appointments on a first come, first serve basis. You will receive a ticket with a specific time slot for your appointment.

What to bring

  • Must provide ID or document with your address on it (e.g. driver’s license or utility bill)
  • Health card or government-issued ID, if you have one

Tuesday, May 11 and Wednesday, May 12

9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute

1550 Sandhurst Circle

For residents who are 18 years of age or older who live in the M1S, M1V and M1X postal codes (proof of address required).

View boundaries for M1S postal code

View boundaries for M1V postal code

View boundaries for M1X postal code

Starting on the morning of the pop-up clinic, tickets are provided to individuals for same-day vaccine appointments on a first come, first serve basis. You will receive a ticket with a specific time slot for your appointment.

What to bring

  • Must provide ID or document with your address on it (e.g. driver’s license or utility bill)
  • Health card or government-issued ID, if you have one

Tuesday, May 11 and Wednesday, May 12

9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Boys & Girls Club of East Scarborough

100 Galloway Road

For residents who are 18 years of age or older who live in the M1C and M1E postal codes (proof of address required).

View boundaries for M1C postal code

View boundaries for M1E postal code

Starting on the morning of the pop-up clinic, tickets are provided to individuals for same-day vaccine appointments on a first come, first serve basis. You will receive a ticket with a specific time slot for your appointment.

What to bring

  • Must provide ID or document with your address on it (e.g. driver’s license or utility bill)
  • Health card or government-issued ID, if you have one
  • No pre-booking is required. Our pop-up vaccine clinics are walk-in using a ticketing system.
  • Starting on the morning of the pop-up clinic, tickets are provided to individuals for same-day vaccine appointments on a first come, first served basis. You will receive a ticket with a specific time slot for your appointment.
  • You must bring proof of your address (such as a driver's license or utility bill) and a form of ID to receive the vaccine. Health cards are not required to get a vaccination, if you do not have one.

Book an appointment at our Vaccine Clinics

How they work:

By appointment only

Please book online or by phone

Who they're for:

18+ years of age, who live or work in Scarborough

Working with our partners, we are proud to offer vaccinations for residents in Scarborough at five clinic sites located across our community. Our clinics are providing vaccine appointments for those 18 years of age and older living or working in Scarborough. You must provide proof of residency.

Learn more about each of our Community Vaccine Clinics and some of the priority populations they are focused on serving.

Centennial College – Progress Campus

Athletic and Wellness Centre

941 Progress Avenue

9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Seven days a week

If you are driving, free parking is available in Parking Lot 6, in front of the Athletic and Wellness Centre.

Centenary Hospital

Margaret Birch Wing

2867 Ellesmere Road

8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Seven days a week

Drive to the back of the hospital and park in the South Parking Lot. Walk from Parking Lot to the Margaret Birch Wing entrance.

Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association

300 Silver Star Boulevard

Monday through Friday

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association provides community support, home and personal health care services in a holistic manner to seniors, individuals with disabilities, and those with medical needs. Carefirst is pleased to offer services in Cantonese and Mandarin.

The Mid-Scarborough Hub – SCHC

2660 Eglinton Avenue East

9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Seven days a week

Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities (SCHC) is dedicated to meeting the diverse, holistic health needs of the people of Scarborough by addressing the physical, mental, social, financial and environmental aspects of their health through health promotion and health and social services. At The Mid-Scarborough Hub site, services are focused on supporting the Eglinton East/Kennedy Park & Ionview neighbourhood.

TAIBU Community Health Centre

27 Tapscott Road

Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. ­– 8 p.m.

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

TAIBU Community Health Centre (CHC) has been established to serve the Black Community as its priority population, and also serves all the residents of the Malvern neighbourhood as well as Francophone and Indigenous communities. TAIBU provides comprehensive primary healthcare in combination with health promotion programs and activities.

Eligibility

Our Community Vaccine Clinics are vaccinating those who are 18 years of age and older (born in 2003 or before) living or working in Scarborough

This includes:

  • Pregnant individuals living or working in Scarborough, or who have a Scarborough-based obstetrician or midwife
  • Those with the following high-risk health conditions who are scheduling their second dose:
    • Transplant recipients
    • Individuals receiving active cancer treatment, including chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy (“active cancer treatment” excludes those solely receiving hormonal therapy or radiation therapy)

Appointment slots are added to our booking system based on our supply of vaccine. The system will indicate the availability of appointments for upcoming days.

If you prefer to register by phone, please call 1-888-385-1910.

  • Must provide proof of residency or workplace in Scarborough
  • Must provide a form of ID (such as a health card or government-issued ID, if you have one)
  • Do not schedule your appointment if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have answered 'yes' to any COVID-19 screening questions

Getting your second dose

  • Second doses of vaccines provided at the Scarborough COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics will be given 16 weeks after the first dose, in accordance with provincial direction.
  • The purpose of the extension is to increase the number of individuals benefiting from the protection of a first dose of the vaccine while we wait for supply to increase.
  • If you have already received your first dose, please do not schedule an additional appointment through this registration system. A second dose appointment will be booked for you at the clinic after receiving your first dose. If you book another first dose appointment through this portal, you will not be permitted to receive an additional vaccine upon arrival at the clinic.

Most people in Ontario will get their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine 16 weeks after their first dose. However, the Ontario Ministry of Health has identified some high-risk groups who should receive their second dose vaccine sooner.

These new eligible groups include those who:

  • Have had a solid organ transplant
  • Received a stem cell transplant
  • Receiving hemodialysis
  • People with cancer of the blood, bones or lymph nodes who are undergoing active treatment*
  • People with malignant solid tumours undergoing active treatment* *Active treatment is defined as chemotherapy, targeted therapy, and immunotherapy. This excludes individuals receiving solely hormonal therapy or radiation therapy.

Rescheduling your second dose appointment — if eligible

If you part of one of the eligible groups listed above, you may receive your second vaccine dose within 21 to 28 days of your first dose.

If you have already received your first dose vaccination, and your second dose was booked at the 16-week interval, you are eligible to have your second dose appointment moved.

To move your second dose appointment at our Scarborough COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic, please complete the following:

Rescheduling Form

We will send a rescheduled second dose appointment to your email address.

Other booking options

There are several appointment booking processes in place in Ontario. If eligible, we encourage you to book the appointment that is soonest available to you at any one of the options:

More information

  • Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment.
  • If you intend on coming with a visitor who does not have an appointment, please ask them to remain in the vehicle until your appointment is complete.
  • You may bring a support person if required for accessibility, medical reasons or help with interpretation.
  • Accessibility and interpretation services are available on-site, please inform ask a staff member if required.
  • When you arrive, please clean your hands, keep mask on and practice physical distancing.
  • When you register, please present your health card or other government-issued ID if you have one.

Each of our Scarborough COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics has been designed with accessibility in mind. To support those attending our clinic we have implemented the following accessibility measures:

  • Accessible entrances with dedicated drop-off zones;
  • Access to wheelchairs upon arrival;
  • Interpreter and translation phone services are available on site as well as staff who speak a variety of languages to assist with any translation needs;
  • Accessible parking and washrooms available; and
  • Dedicated vaccination areas for people with accessibility requirements, including accessibility lanes to shorten any walking distances

The City of Toronto is working with various partners to provide transportation to COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

Visit this page and learn more under the “Transportation to Clinics” dropdown.

All parts of the vaccination program depend on vaccine supply and direction from the Ontario government. The province has a three-phase plan that prioritizes vaccines for those at greatest risk of severe illness and those who care for them.