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Vaccination Clinic

Entrance to the Ryerson COVID-19 Community Vaccination Clinic with directional signage and markers indicating where to line up.

The Ryerson Community COVID-19 Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic is now open for all adults over the age of 18. Appointments are available to book online.

To book, please visit: vaccineto.ca/sites, external link.

The Ryerson pop-up vaccination clinic is located in the lobby of the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex at 288 Church Street, Toronto, ON.  Please enter the clinic via the south entrance by 270 Church Street.

Please bring Government issued ID and another form of ID (with your mailing address) to your appointment.

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic FAQs

Please note: Appointment booking is only available online at vaccineto.ca/sites, external link, opens in new window

The Ryerson COVID-19 Community Vaccination Clinic is located in the lobby of Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex - 288 Church Street, Toronto, ON.  Please enter the clinic via the south entrance by 270 Church Street.

The best form of ID is Government issued ID, however we understand this may pose challenges for some. If you are able to provide a piece of government ID and another form of ID (with your mailing address) it would be greatly appreciated.

Appointments for eligible groups must be made online at vaccineto.ca/sites, external link, opens in new window

Reminder: This is for booking first dose appointments only. Please do not use the booking tool to book second dose appointments.

The Ryerson COVID-19 Community Vaccination Clinic is offering vaccinations to all adults over the age of 18.

Check for the latest eligibility updates here, external link, opens in new window

No. Booking is only available on the booking site at this time. Please visit: vaccineto.ca/sites, external link, opens in new window

At this time, vaccine supply might fluctuate and confirming availability is challenging. Ryerson is not able to confirm specific dates and times when new appointments will be added each week.

Ryerson will try to provide at least 24 hours’ notice via this webpage and social media prior to the release of additional appointment times. We appreciate your patience and we will be working with our partners to refine and improve this process as supply stabilizes.

We are taking this approach due to the uncertainty of vaccine supply and in an effort to give everyone equal opportunity to book appointments. We are also working with our partners in the community to provide appointments for individuals who are living and working in high priority areas and may have barriers to accessing appointments online or over the phone.

This is not something we are able to do at this time.

Ryerson’s pop-up clinic is currently offering a mix of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

If you would like to know more about either vaccine, please visit Health Canada’s website, external link, opens in new window.

The vaccines used at Ryerson vaccination clinics can vary depending on availability. It is only possible to ask upon arrival for your appointment which vaccine is being given that day.

No. We are only booking first dose vaccinations at this time. You must contact the Ministry of Health to reschedule your second dose.