Vaccine & COVID-19 Information

June 17: Accelerated Second Dose Eligibility Continues Ahead of Schedule

June 7: Ontario to Move to Step One of Roadmap to Reopen on June 11

On June 23, 2021 at 8:00 a.m., Toronto residents who received their first dose of an mRNA vaccine on or before May 30, 2021 will be eligible to book or rebook their second dose appointment at a shortened interval. Check booking sites to confirm eligibility!

Age 12 and Over: Ontario Booking System for COVID-19 Vaccines.

Age 12 and Over: Toronto Hospitals and Ontario Health Teams COVID-19 Vaccination Pre-Registration and Booking Site.

Age 12 and Over: Find your closest pharmacy

Tracking COVID-19 by Neighbourhood

The City of Toronto publishes COVID-19 recent case rates (cases with episode dates during the previous 21 days, per 100,000 people) for its 140 defined neighbourhoods. The graph below shows the case rates since mid-December for Bedford Park – Nortown and its surrounding neighbourhoods. All of SAHRA is within this neighbourhood. Bedford Park – Nortown is shown in red. The graph clearly shows that the case rates within our neighbourhood are not insignificant and they have been rising since the beginning of March.

A caveat: the City assigns cases to a resident’s home address. This is not necessarily where the case was transmitted. A resident may have picked up COVID-19 elsewhere, but equally someone who lives outside of Bedford Park – Nortown may have acquired COVID-19 in our neighbourhood. As the City mentions on its website “It is possible to become infected with COVID-19 anywhere. That is why it is important to practice hand hygiene, wear masks, keep a distance of six feet, and avoid large gatherings.”
Data are updated Monday, Wednesday and Friday, except on statutory holidays. SAHRA will endeavour to update this graph within 24 hours of the City’s update.

Source: COVID-19: Status of Cases in Toronto, City of Toronto

COVID-19: Monitoring Dashboard

Background Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

For Information: – Contains regular city updates with information on how to protect yourself, virus symptoms and treatment. – Contains twice-daily, province-wide updates on COVID-19. – Contains information on the federal response to COVID-19 and travel advice.

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Telehealth Ontario
For medical advice, you may contact Telehealth Ontario, a free, confidential service. A Registered Nurse will take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Telephone: 1-866-797-0000

Toronto Public Health Hotline
Telephone: 416-338-7600
TTY: 416-392-0658
[email protected]
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. (closed on statutory holidays) / Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Translation is available in many languages.

Emergency After Hours
To report a public health emergency after hours and on statutory holidays, ask for the on-call Public Health Manager.
Telephone: 311 (416-392-2489)