Flu shots are still available.
Please contact the Ryerson Medical Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 416-979-5070 to book an appointment, while quantities last.
We regret that high dose vaccines for ages >65 are not available due to shipment availability.
How can I get the flu shot at Ryerson?
Flu shots at the Ryerson Medical Centre will be administered only via scheduled flu clinics, mostly due to limited supply of the vaccine. Drop in appointments for flu shots will not be available at this time.
Ryerson community members who are not working or living on campus are encouraged to receive their flu shot in their own neighbourhood. The flu shot is free of charge with a provincial health card.
Additional Flu Shot clinics may be added depending on vaccine availability.
What should I bring?
- Provincial health card or UHIP card
- Ryerson OneCard (or student number if no OneCard)
- Clothes that allow for easy access to the upper arm
- Face mask
How can I register?
Ryerson community members can register (drop-in is not available) for the flu vaccine at the upcoming Flu Shot Clinics as soon as the next shipment of vaccine becomes available. When a new shipment of flu shots arrive, the Ryerson community will be notified. The Ryerson Medical Centre will prioritize high risk community members (i.e. >65, pregnant, certain medical conditions, essential workers including those on campus), as well as members currently on campus, such as students in residence and international students.
Ryerson community members who are receiving the flu vaccine on campus must abide by social distancing, as well as Ryerson’s policies and procedures for mask use. In providing the flu vaccine, Ryerson is prioritizing your health and safety and will ensure that the vaccine will be provided in an environment that follows Toronto public health guidelines.