First Nations, Métis and Inuit adults (over 16) are now eligible for COVID19 vaccinations in Toronto. There are both Indigenous-led and hospital based, Indigenous focussed vaccine clinics:
- UHN Vaccine Registry
- Anishnawbe Health Toronto
- Michael Garron Hospital
- Auduzhe Mino Nesewinong Indigenous COVID-19 Testing Centre
Call: 416 654 4184
- COVax Clinic (Humber River Hospital)
Call Auntie Hotline
Contact the Call Auntie hotline at 437 703 8703 if you need any support navigating your vaccine options. Or visit the Tkaronto Indigenous Vaccine Access website for further resources.
As part of the vaccine rollout in Peel, Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) residents 18 years of age and older who live in Peel are also now eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccination.
Vaccinations are available from clinics in Brampton, Caledon, and Mississauga. Appointments must be booked in advance. More appointment times become available depending on vaccine supply.
Indigenous adults can book an appointment online at peelregion.ca/coronavirus/vaccine/book-appointment. Those without internet access can call 905-791-5202.
Visit peelregion.ca/covid19vaccine for regular updates on priority groups and clinic locations and follow @regionofpeel on social media for news on COVID-19 and vaccine availability.
Appointments for these clinics are available now at york.ca/COVID19Vaccine. Indigenous residents (18+) are identified as a Phase 1 priority group for COVID-19 vaccines. First Nations, Métis and Inuit adults living in York Region (on or off-reserve) and their adult household members are eligible to get the vaccine. Appointments are available for Indigenous residents and their household members at these and any of York Region’s community clinics.
Via: York Region
All Indigenous adults and adult household members can book appointments, as of March 18, 2021. Book on-line: durhamvaccinebooking.ca/ or by phone: 1-888-444-5113