Friday, February 18, 2022, Ontario expanded booster dose eligibility to youth aged 12 to 17. Appointments can be booked through the provincial booking system and the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre, as well as at select pharmacies administering the Pfizer vaccine. Appointments will be booked for approximately six months (168 days) after a second dose. To book an appointment online, these individuals must be 12 years old at the time of appointment.
This page is currently being updated to reflect these changes. For more information, please read the news release.
Learn about Ontario’s vaccination program to help protect us against COVID‑19.
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Doses administered in Ontario
All data reflects totals from 8 p.m. the previous day. Last updated on May 16, 2022 at 10:30 a.m.
Daily doses administered
Total doses administered
People fully vaccinated
Vaccines are safe, effective and the best way to protect you and those around you from serious illnesses like COVID‑19. Anyone born in 2016 or earlier is eligible to get a first and second dose.
How to book an appointment
Your options for scheduling a vaccination will depend on which dose you need, where you want to get vaccinated and your public health unit’s local vaccination plan.
Mass immunization clinic
Book an appointment directly with a participating pharmacy.
Most pharmacies book appointments ahead of time and some allow walk-ins.Find a pharmacy
Pop-up or mobile clinic
What can we help you with?
Change or cancel an appointmentIf you booked your appointment with a public health unit, pharmacy, hospital, mobile or pop-up clinic, contact them directly to manage your appointments.
Get an enhanced vaccine certificateDownload or print an enhanced vaccine certificate with a QR code (sometimes called a vaccine passport) to make providing proof of vaccination easier.
Get information or helpCall the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre for help booking appointments, getting vaccine certificates or more information.
Learn about vaccine safetyCOVID‑19 vaccines help build up your immunity to the virus, reduce your risk of getting it, and make your symptoms milder if you do get sick.
Get information about how the COVID‑19 vaccines are approved, how they work and possible side effects.Learn about vaccine safety
After getting vaccinated
It takes about 2 weeks after you are vaccinated for your body to gain protection from COVID‑19.
Follow the latest public health advice
Whether vaccinated or not, stay home if you have symptoms
Wearing a mask for greater protection is encouraged for those at higher risk for severe illness, including people who are older, people with certain medical conditions and those who are pregnant or have recently given birth
Always follow good practices like washing your hands and covering your coughs and sneezes
Take a self-assessment to help you decide if you need a COVID‑19 test
For more information, read Canada’s public health guidance for vaccinated individuals.