COVID-19 Vaccine

Last Updated: 2021-05-04

Booking a vaccine appointment

COVID-19 vaccination clinics are by appointment only. Current eligibility is determined by Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccination planSinai Health is not operating a COVID-19 vaccination clinic.

Patients may fall under more than one eligible group. When an overlap occurs, individuals should pursue the earliest vaccination opportunity that is presented to them.

For patients who are pregnant, you can now register by phone at 1-888-999-6488. Here is a resource to help guide your decision making from the Provincial Council on Maternal and Child Health. “I am pregnant. Should I get the COVID-19 Vaccine?” Infographic.

The following options are available to book vaccination appointments:

UHN’s Vaccine Registry

With Ontario’s expanded eligibility for vaccinations, UHN will now be moving registration for all High Risk Chronic Conditions groups (including pregnancy), and priority postal codes to the Province’s centralized booking system.

Anyone who has already pre-registered with UHN and is waiting for a first dose appointment will still be contacted by UHN or the Ministry of Health when an appointment is available.

Eligible patients can now register through the following ways:

City of Toronto’s Vaccination Clinics

Eligible residents can book an appointment at one of the City’s immunization clinics using the Province vaccination registration system.

There are two ways to book:

Ontario’s Vaccination Registration System

Eligible Ontarians are able to book using the Province’s registration system.

There are two ways to book:

Pharmacy Vaccine Locations

Eligible Ontarians can find your closest pharmacy to get the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

Learn about booking a vaccination appointment at a pharmacy and what to expect.

Visit this page for additional support in booking a vaccination appointment.