COVID-19 COMMUNITY UPDATE
April 18, 2021
Friends of Silver Creek are sharing all the information on Vaccination Clinics that we have been able to gather. Please share with family, friends and co-workers because there are no boundaries when it comes to a pandemic – we all need to make sure everyone take measures to ensure we are all safe.
The roll-out of vaccines are being administered by hospitals, pharmacies, municipalities and the City of Toronto.
Check the vaccination booking sites daily as criteria for booking can change including cancellation of appointments.
New clinics are opening all the time so bookmark the pages and subscribe for alerts to keep informed.
Vaccination Clinics & Booking Sites
*Friends of Silver Creek make every effort to have current information posted but be sure to visit links to confirm information.
TUESDAY MAY 11, 2021 until THURSDAY MAY 13, 2021
Humber River Hospital is conducting a pop-up clinic for 18+ if you LIVE or WORK
in postal codes listed to administer the PFIZER vaccine.
No appointments required. See the flyer to find out who qualifies.
For those who need to book an appointment, here are a few options:
If you live in the City of Toronto and meet the criteria, you can book at one of the
City of Toronto’s Mass Immunization Clinics. Click here for the criteria.
If you are 18 and over in 2021 living in one of the 114 high-risk neighbourhoods,
you are eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at a mass immunization
clinic through the provincial booking system.
If you are age 40 or older, find your closest pharmacy to get the AstraZeneca
COVID-19 vaccine. Check with the pharmacy before you go.
Please do not call the HRH main switchboard for issues related to vaccine clinics.
[ON] HIGH-RISK HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Vaccine Hunters Canada Sharing healthcare providers in Ontario now eligible for
a shortened dosing schedule.
Booking available by end of week - details on booking to follow later.
PHARMACY COVID-19 VACCINE CLINICS
Most pharmacies book appointments ahead of time and some allow walk-ins. Check with the pharmacy before you go.
Due to supply challenges, certain pharmacies offering the COVID-19 vaccine may be out of stock. Please check with your pharmacy first.
Before you go
be 40 years old or older in 2021 to get the AstraZeneca vaccine
be 18 years or older in 2021 to get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine
have a valid Ontario health (OHIP) card, or other form of valid government-issued identification
The following are the Etobicoke Centre pharmacies currently taking COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
Rexall | 250 Wincott Drive Visit Website
La Rose Pharmacy | 140 La Rose Avenue 416-249-8600
Loblaws 380 | The East Mall Visit Website
Markland Wood Pharmacy | 4335 Bloor Street West Visit Website
Glen Cade Pharmacy | 290 The West Mall Visit Website
One Eva Pharmacy | 1 Eva Road Visit Website
Shoppers Drug Mart Locations | Visit Website for the Following Locations
415 The Westway
666 Burnhamthorpe Road
270 The Kingsway
600 The East Mall
Visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations for more information on pharmacy vaccination sites.
WILLIAM OSLER HEALTH SYSTEM
18+ in Peel or identified North Etobicoke ‘hot spot’ communities
All of Peel and some areas of North Etobicoke have been identified as ‘hot spot’ communities by the Ministry. We are working closely with Public Health to vaccinate people who are 18 years of age or older living in identified ‘hot spot’ communities in Osler’s catchment area. Postal codes of the ‘hot spot’ communities are listed below:
Peel: If you live in Brampton, Caledon or Mississauga
North Etobicoke: M9R, M9V, M9W
New Osler Vaccine Clinic in Brampton
Osler will be expanding its COVID-19 vaccination efforts by opening a new clinic at Century Gardens Recreation Centre in Brampton. This is another important step in our vaccination efforts as we work to increase access to the COVID-19 vaccine in Peel. The Century Gardens Recreation Centre vaccine clinic is available to those who are eligible in Peel. View Osler’s vaccine clinics.
All pregnant individuals can register for the COVID-19 vaccine under the “highest risk” health conditions in the province’s vaccine rollout. Please call the provincial call centre at 1-888-999-6488 to book your appointment.
Book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment
Appointments can be booked online or by phone at 905-494-6685, from 8:00 a.m. - 6: 00 p.m., seven days a week. Vaccinations are by appointment only. Walk-ins will not be seen.
Please note: Osler’s vaccine clinic booking phone line is experiencing a high call volume. We are working hard to respond so please be patient with us. We will get back to you as soon as possible. MORE INFO
UNITY HEALTH Last updated: May 10, 2021 @ 11:01 am
Unity Health’s COVID-19 vaccination clinics at St. Joseph’s and St. Michael’s are open for first dose appointments.
Appointments will available for booking at 7 p.m. on Thursdays for priority groups identified by the Province.
Who is eligible for vaccination? Visit for eligibility and information.
Pregnant individuals are now eligible for the #COVID19 vaccine.
Eligible individuals may visit http://vaccineto.ca or call 1-888-385-1910 to book an appointment at an immunization clinic in Toronto.
West Park Healthcare Centre’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be open to those who meet one of the following eligibility criteria:
Adults 60+ years old;
People who are 18 years of age and older residing in High Risk Areas: M3J M3K M3L M3M M3N M6B M6L M6M M9L M9M M9N M9P M6K M6N M8V M5A M5B M4Y M4X M9R M9V M9W L4T L6S
View eligibility and register. Visit Website
UNITY HEALTH TORONTO - POP UP CLINICS
Unity Health is collaborating with its community partners as part of the West Toronto Ontario Health Team and the Downtown East Toronto Ontario Health Team to support community pop-up vaccination clinics listed below. Each clinic has its own eligibility criteria and appointment booking process. Please review each clinic’s page before making an appointment.
Unity Health last updated: Apr 19, 2021 @ 3:46 pm
DOWNTOWN EAST TORONTO
Ryerson University (Coming soon)
Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic at BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
If you are between the ages of 18-49 and live within the M9R postal code are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination at COVID-19 Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic at BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, 61 Claireville Dr (East of Hwy 427 and North of Finch Ave W), Etobicoke. Telephone: 905-494-6685 (8AM-6PM) REGISTRATION LINK
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre - COVID-19 Vaccine Standby Opportunity
To make sure not one dose goes to waste, Sunnybrook is starting a daily standby list for the eligible public. The list is for people who are currently eligible for a vaccine at Sunnybrook’s vaccine clinic. It is for FIRST DOSE ONLY. And you must be able to be at Sunnybrook's Bayview Campus at 7 p.m. if invited. GET INFO
City of Toronto click here
Unity Health Toronto click here
West Park Healthcare Centre click here
William Osler Health System click here
*These are just a handful of vaccination booking sites.
You can find others by visiting Vaccine Hunters or other notification sites.
A community to supplement COVID-19 vaccination initiatives and help eligible Canadians find vaccines. While vaccination clinics and pharmacies are employing best practices in order to avoid wastage, this is an additional tool / community / support group to have. Find other vaccination site information here.
Distribution and Allocation of Vaccines
Do you want to know the number of vaccines allocated for Ontario? View the Government of Canada’s distribution and allocation of vaccines per province, per type at the link provided which is updated weekly.
On average, Ontario is set to receive approximately 700,000 - 900,000 doses monthly of just the Pfizer vaccine until the end of July.
Are you concerned with provincial pandemic measures taken
by the Ford government?
Voting against paid sick days in Bill 239 means that many employees have to continue to work to pay the bills even when they have been exposed to COVID. Cases skyrocket and hospitals including two from University Health Network have had to install tents outside the emergency room areas. Around 90% of low-income workers don't have access to paid sick leave.
They are the workers who care for our seniors, prepare our food, and package our online orders — and the pandemic taught us they are essential. They are also disproportionately women, Black, Indigenous and other racialized workers. But when they get sick, they have to make the impossible decision to go to work and risk spreading the virus or stay home and struggle to put food on the table. Read More
On Monday, April 26, 2021 - 55 Conservative MPPs voted NO again to giving Ontarians paid sick days
including Etobicoke Centre MPP, Kinga Surma.
Kinga Surma also voted no to capping classes at 15 with the Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce. A Toronto Star article uncovered internal government documents showing how Ontario ‘watered down’ its strategies to keep COVID-19 out of classrooms. Read more
Are your views being represented? Voice your concerns and contact Kinga Surma MPP in Etobicoke Centre at 416-234-2800 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you reside outside of Etobicoke Centre, contact your local MPP.
You can also contact Premier Doug Ford if you are not getting a response from your MPP or to also share your concerns about paid sick days, shutting down the real sites of transmission, vaccine distribution or any other concerns 416-325-1941 or email@example.com.
Healthcare Providers to Follow
Here are a few of the Healthcare providers you can follow on Twitter for Covid-19 information and updates:
Dr. Issac Bogoch Infectious Diseases Physician and Scientist Dr. Amit Arya Palliative Care Physician
Dr. Michael Warner Intensivist and President of AdvisoryMD Dr. Naheed Dosani Palliative Care Physician
A heartfelt thank you to the scientists, healthcare workers and volunteers who are tirelessly treating patients, running healthcare facilities, operating vaccination sites and administering vaccines.