Vaccine Clinic - AstraZeneca
If you are 40+, you will have the opportunity to register to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine within the next week at one of our NYGH-NYTHP’s clinics.
Appointments are limited, so please pre-register now to secure a slot. This clinic is open to residents of North York and outside the North York area.
Vaccination Clinic site at Seneca College
Due to a temporary slow down in the vaccine supply in Toronto, North York General (NYGH) and North York Toronto Health Partners (NYTHP) temporarily closed our Vaccination Clinic site at Seneca College on Sunday, April 18.
We will provide an update closer to the planned date for reopening the Seneca Clinic.
Mobile clinics for high-risk populations
Following the Ontario Vaccination Plan, NYGH-NYTHP is focusing our limited vaccine supply on mobile clinics for high-risk groups. Over the next two weeks, our mobile clinics will continue to plan clinics in settings in our highest risk neighbourhoods, as well as seniors living in congregate settings and residents of group homes in North York.
By bringing the vaccine into these buildings and locations, we are making it easier for people with barriers and vulnerable groups to receive their shot.
We are working with local partners to reach out to residents in specific high-risk buildings to schedule mobile clinic appointments.
Who is currently eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment?
For more information about Ontario’s COVID Vaccination Plan and current eligibility, please visit the government of Ontario website.
Other Options for Booking COVID-19 Vaccines
- City of Toronto Mass Immunization Clinics
- Toronto hospital and Ontario Health Team clinics - vaccineto.ca
- Ontario clinics and participating pharmacies covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/
If you are a senior in the North York area and require assistance getting to your vaccination appointment, contact the Seniors’ Hotline for North York at 416-447- 5200.
Second Dose Appointments
Most people in Ontario will get their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine 16 weeks after the first dose. This allows more people to access the first dose sooner. Research now recommends that some people get their second dose sooner because of the high risk of severe COVID-19 and the way the vaccine builds immunity in some people. *In Ontario, the following patients will now receive their second dose 21 to 28 days after the first dose:
- Transplant recipients
- Individuals receiving active cancer treatment (chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy. Note - “Active cancer treatment” excludes those solely receiving hormonal therapy or radiation therapy)
Have questions about vaccination?
- Click on the frequently asked questions to learn more about the vaccines, booking appointments, first and second doses and other common questions