Vaccine clinics and information

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Vaccine clinics and information

To help keep U of T healthy from seasonal respiratory viruses, community members seeking COVID-19 and/or flu vaccinations can book appointments or find walk-in hours at local clinics across the Greater Toronto Area. Below you will find up-to-date information on where and when you can get vaccinated, both on and off our campuses.

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On campus

  • Flu and COVID-19 vaccines are available on our St. George campus via Discovery Pharmacy, located on the 3rdfloor of the Leslie L. Dan Faculty of Pharmacy Building..
  • Bahen:Flu Vaccine Clinic

    Thursday, November 30 | 1:00PM - 7:00PM
    Bahen Centre for Information Technology - BA 1120
    Address: 40 St. George St, Toronto, ON, M5S 2E4

    Flu vaccine appointments are available to students, faculty, and staff. One piece of Photo ID is required (Passport, Driver’s License, Health Card, Citizenship Card, or T-Card).

Off campus

  • are located throughout the City of Toronto, including mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics.Pop-up clinicoptionsarecurrentlyvery limitedand individuals are advisedto useor.Health cards are not required (but bring some form of identification). Please be sure to request and keep a receipt.

  • are offering flu vaccines. Flu shot clinics are also available via, including participating pharmacies.


On campus

  • UTSC Flu and COVID Vaccination Clinic

    Get your flu and COVID vaccine on Nov. 13 and 27, 2023, between 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. in AC227. To secure your spot, or just drop by when you are free. Please bring one piece of photo ID (Passport, Driver's License, Health Card, Citizenship Card, T-Card). This clinic is brought to campus in partnership with U of T's Discovery Pharmacy and open to students, staff and faculty.

Off campus

  • SHN offers a number of clinics around Scarborough. Visit theto find a clinic near you.


Off campus

  • Members of the Mississauga campus community can learn about local COVID-19 vaccine clinics and their walk-in hours through. Appointments for these regional clinics can be made through the.To find your nearest COVID-19 vaccine clinic, visit the.

  • General information about where to get your flu shot is available on the.

Regions outside of Toronto and Peel: Contact your local public health unit for vaccination clinics or refer to the.

The University is encouraging all members of its community to get a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as soonas they become eligible. New appointments are added daily to theand

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