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

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.

Booster Doses

Individuals not at high risk of severe COVID-19 outcomes

As of June 2023, if you are not at high risk of severe COVID-19 illness, have not had a booster dose since September 1, 2022, and have not had a COVID-19 infection in the last six months, it is recommended that you get your next booster dose.

If you have had a confirmed COVID-19 infection, you should book your booster dose appointment when at least six months have passed since your confirmed COVID-19 infection.

If you are not at high risk of severe COVID-19 illness and have received a booster dose after September 1, 2022, recommendations for when to receive your next booster dose will be available closer to Fall 2023.

Individuals not at high risk of severe COVID-19 outcomes 

Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health recommended in April 2023 that high-risk individuals receive their next COVID-19 booster dose this spring based on guidance from Health Canada and the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI).Individuals are recommended to book an appointment if it has been at least six months since their last dose or confirmed COVID-19 infection. You can learn more on the city’s COVID-19: About the Vaccines webpage.

Find out when you should get your next dose.

COVID-19 Vaccines for Children 

Toronto Public Health (TPH) is expanding access to the nine children's vaccines required under Ontario’s Immunization of School Pupils Act (ISPA). Parents and guardians of children from four to 17 years of age (junior kindergarten to grade 12) can book immunizations at all six TPH immunization clinics. Students in grades 7 to 12 can also continue to access vaccines for human papillomavirus, meningococcal and hepatitis B at these clinics.

More information can be found here

Appointments can be made online through the TPH appointment booking system at

Current Public Health Measures

In March 2022 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.

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. Visit the city's website to learn more about current public health measures and advice.

Mask Regulations

In June 2022 the province lifted most of any remaining masking requirements put in place in response to COVID-19. The City of Toronto announced in March 2022 that it would let it's mask by-law expire to coincide with the province's lifting of most masking requirements. 

In some settings, the province, city and/or individual operators continue to require masks. Check with individual organizations to learn more about their policies. 

Check the city's website for information on current mask regulations.

Even when not required, Toronto Public Health strongly recommends continued masking, especially in crowded indoor public settings.

For up-to-date information on public health measures please visit the city and province's COVID-19 websites. 

Other Resources

Toronto Public Health

Call Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. if you have questions about COVID-19. Translation is available in multiple languages.

Telephone: 416-338-7600
TTY: 416-392-0658

Email: [email protected]

Health Connect Ontario

Call to talk to a registered nurse if you have any health questions. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Telephone: 811
TTY (toll-free): 1-866-797-0007


Residents who need to access, or are seeking information on, social and community supports and services, should dial or text 211 for 24/7 non-emergency support. Service is available in over 150 languages. 211 is a 24/7 help line and web service that connects residents to social and community services. 

Telephone (or Text Message): 211
TTY (toll-free): 855-405-7446

Find more ways to connect with 211 here.

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