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How to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment

Enter some information below to find out how you can schedule your vaccine appointments.

You can also do this for someone else, if you manage their medical care and appointments.

Cancel or change an existing appointment or download your enhanced vaccine certificate with an official QR code.

Last updated: November 25, 2021

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Booster dose

If you are in a specific eligibility group, you could get a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Learn about booster doses.

I want to book my (required)
You must select dose you want to book.

If you do not have one or live in a recently built neighbourhood, use the postal code of a shelter, library, or other community space in your area.

Example: A1A 1A1

We could not match your postal code to a public health unit. Try entering the postal code again or select your public health unit below. Look up your public health unit

Health card type (required)

Your answer does not affect your eligibility, but it does affect how you can book.

You must select a health card type.

Which vaccine did you get for your first dose? (required)

Find the vaccine type in your first dose confirmation email or on your vaccination certificate.

You must select the vaccine you got for your first dose.
When did you get your last dose of the COVID-19 vaccine? (required)

Find the date in your last dose confirmation email or on your vaccination certificate.

Please enter a valid date.

Did you get a non-Health Canada authorized vaccine for any of your doses? (required)

These include vaccines such as Sputnik and Sinovac.

You must select whether any of your doses are not Health Canada authorized.

Invalid birth year. Please try again.

Are you any of the following? (required)
  • immunocompromised
  • a resident of a long-term care home, retirement home, elder care lodge, or another congregate setting for seniors
  • a health care worker
  • a designated essential caregiver in a congregate setting (including long-term care home and retirement home staff and designated caregivers)
  • First Nations, Inuit, or Métis aged 16 or older (including non-Indigenous household members 16 or older)

You must select whether you fall under on of the listed groups.

Did you get any of the following? (required)
  • 2 doses of AstraZeneca
  • 1 dose of Johnson & Johnson (Janssen)

You must select whether you fall under on of the listed groups.

Do you identify as First Nations, Inuit, or Métis? (required)

If you are a non-Indigenous partner or household member of someone in this group, select “Yes.”

You must select whether you identify as First Nations, Inuit, or Métis.

You can book COVID-19 vaccine appointments through either:  selecting from option A or B 

Option A

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Option B

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You can book COVID-19 vaccine appointments through 

You are not currently eligible to book an appointment.

Ontario has a three-phase plan that prioritizes vaccines for those at greatest risk of severe illness and those who care for them. Each public health unit also has a complementary plan tailored to their own community’s needs.

Vaccines also continue to be available at mobile and pop-up clinics in hot spots and at pharmacies across the province. These clinics are promoted locally within target communities and local public health units.

Additional resources

Visit [public health unit] for more information. This link will open in a new window. 

You are not currently eligible to book an appointment.

We continue to review the evidence for booster doses for additional populations and will update recommendations as needed.

Learn when more groups will become eligible.

Additional resources

Visit [public health unit] for more information. This link will open in a new window. 

You are not currently eligible to book an accelerated second dose appointment.

You can still book your second dose 16 weeks after your first.

Learn when you will become eligible to book an accelerated second dose.

Additional resources

Visit [public health unit] for more information. This link will open in a new window. 

Through this phone number, you can get a vaccine at a mass immunization clinic.

Vaccine available: Pfizer or Moderna.

Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre:

1‑833‑943‑3900

(TTY for people who are deaf, hearing impaired, or speech impaired: 1-866-797-0007)

Contact centre hours:
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day

This contact centre does not book appointments for pharmacies.

Additional resources

Each public health unit is developing a vaccine plan tailored to their own community’s needs.

Visit [public health unit] for more information. This link will open in a new window. 

Through this system, you can get a vaccine at a mass immunization clinic.

To book, you must:

  • have a green photo health (OHIP) card (you will need numbers on both sides of the card, expired cards will be accepted)
  • have an email address (or can use the email of the person helping you)
  • have a modern web browser (the booking site is not compatible with Internet Explorer 11 or earlier)

Vaccine available: Pfizer or Moderna.

Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre

You can also book your vaccine appointments at 1-XXX-XXX-XXXX if you prefer to call (TTY for people who are deaf, hearing impaired, or speech impaired: 1-866-797-0007). This contact centre does not book appointments for pharmacies.

Additional resources

Each public health unit is developing a vaccine plan tailored to their own community’s needs.

Visit [public health unit] for more information. This link will open in a new window. 

To book, you must have an Ontario health (OHIP) card or another form of government-issued identification.

Vaccine available: Moderna or Pfizer.

Additional resources

Each public health unit is developing a vaccine plan tailored to their own community’s needs.

Visit [public health unit] for more information. This link will open in a new window. 

This public health unit uses their own system to book vaccine appointments.

Vaccine available: Pfizer or Moderna.

Phone number:

1-XXX-XXX-XXXX

This call centre does not book appointments for pharmacies.

Additional resources

Each public health unit is developing a vaccine plan tailored to their own community’s needs.

Visit [public health unit] for more information. This link will open in a new window. 

This public health unit uses their own system to book vaccine appointments.

Through this system, you can get a vaccine at a mass immunization clinic.

You may need an Ontario health (OHIP) card to book.

Vaccine available: Pfizer or Moderna.

If you are First Nations, Inuit, or Métis: you can also contact a COVID-19 vaccination clinic supported by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis health organizations. Your non-Indigenous household members can also get a vaccine.

The contact centre will tell you if you are eligible for a booster dose. This depends on what type and how many doses you got of a non-Health Canada authorized vaccine.

Your public health unit will tell you if you are eligible for a booster dose. This depends on what type and how many doses you got of a non-Health Canada authorized vaccine.

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You can get your second dose on [date] or later.

It is strongly recommended to wait 8 weeks to get your second dose because this provides increased and longer-lasting protection (however, you can get it earlier if you need to, with informed consent. Call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre for more information: 1-833-943-3900).

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You can get your dose on [date] or later.

If you're immunocompromised: you can get your dose on [date] or later.

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