Important COVID-19 Information

Please check for the most up to date COVID-19 information.

You can also find information on Monkeypox and the Monkeypox vaccine on the City's website:


City-Run Immunization Clinics

The City-run immunization clinics are offering COVID-19 vaccines for eligible residents by appointment and walk-in. Masking is required when attending health care appointments, including at hospital, pop-up and City-run clinics. Click here for details on hours of operation and locations.

You can book appointments at City-run clinics for a COVID-19 vaccine online or by calling the provincial vaccine booking line at 1-833-943-3900 (TTY for people who are deaf, hearing-impaired or speech-impaired: 1-866-797-0007). 

Visit the City's Where to Get Vaccinated webpage for more information.

Fourth Doses (Second Boosters) for 18+

As of July 14, 2022, individuals age 18 and older who received their third dose (first booster) five months ago will be eligible for a fourth dose (second booster). This group joins previously announced eligible high-risk groups, which includes individuals aged 60 and older, immunocompromised individuals, and First Nations, Inuit or Métis peoples.

High-risk groups, including individuals who are moderately to severely immunocompromised, should get their second booster as soon as possible. Individuals who have been infected with COVID-19 need to wait three months before receiving their next dose.

COVID-19 Vaccines for Children Ages 6 Months to Under 5 Years

Team Toronto is administering COVID-19 vaccines to children ages six months to under five years at City-run immunization clinics. Parents and caregivers can book appointments at City-run vaccine clinics online or by calling the provincial vaccine booking line at 1-833-943-3900

East Toronto Vaccine Clinics 

Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) and its Ontario Health Team, East Toronto Health Partners (ETHP) have shifted their efforts toward COVID-19 recovery. As of June 27, they are no longer operating COVID-19 vaccine clinics in East Toronto, including the Shoppers World Danforth clinic and school clinics. Read their June 22, 2022 announcement for details. 

COVID-19 vaccines will continue to be available by walk-in at their COVID-19 Outreach Centres, pharmacies, city immunization clinics like the Thorncliffe Park Community Hub, and other sites.


Current Public Health Measures

On March 1st Toronto entered the Roadmap Exit Step of the Province of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen, with most temporary public health and workplace safety measures implemented to limit the spread of COVID-19 now lifted.

The following changes came into effect March 1, 2022:

  • All indoor and outdoor capacity limits are now lifted, including for all businesses, public gatherings and events.
  • Proof of vaccination requirements are lifted, with continuation of such requirements now being the decision of individual businesses (please respect each business' rules).
  • Industry-specific public health measures are lifted, subject to conditions.

More information can be found on the City’s COVID-19: Orders & Bylaws webpage.

The City continues to follow local and provincial guidance to limit the spread of COVID-19. Proof of vaccination is no longer required to access City facilities and physical distancing is also no longer required.

For up-to-date information please visit the City’s online COVID-19: Guide for Toronto Residents. Information about City services is available on the COVID-19: Changes to City Services webpage.


Mask Regulations

As of Saturday, June 11, 2022, the Province of Ontario has updated some of the provincial masking requirements put in place in response to COVID-19. In some settings, the Province, City and/or individual operators continue to require masks. Check with individual organizations to learn more about their policies.
Even when not required, Toronto Public Health strongly recommends continued masking, especially in crowded indoor public settings.


Residents who need to access, or are seeking information on, social and community supports and services, should call 211 for non-emergency requests and information. 211 is a 24/7 help line and web service that connects residents to social and community services. 211 is working closely with community agencies to ensure they are continually updating their database with the most up-to-date programming and resource information.



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