COVID-19 Vaccine in Toronto: Pop-Up Clinics Map

You can attend a mobile/pop-up clinic in Toronto and the GTA to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Many of these clinics have special eligibility criteria, including postal code and age. Most pop-up/mobile clinics do not require an appointment and are on a first-come, first serve basis as vaccine supplies last.

Pop-up/mobile clinics are delivering either Pfizer or Moderna vaccines.

Most pop-up sites require some form of ID (health card, driver’s license, passport, refugee ID, photo ID), and proof of address/employment/school (utilities bill, employment letter, pay stub, letter from government agency, bank statement, lease agreement, student ID).

You do not need to have an OHIP number. The vaccine is free.

The information and the map above are provided by The Vaccine Access Hub, a website run by a volunteer-based team, with no commercial interest, and with the aim to consolidate information about Toronto and GTA COVID-19 vaccine roll-out, and provide information to help overcome barriers to accessing COVID-19 vaccinations. information on this website was sourced from clinic, city, region and provincial government websites.

While every effort has been made to update the website, accuracy is not guaranteed. Please confirm eligibility directly yourself prior to booking a vaccine appointment or going to a vaccine pop-up site.

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