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Toronto H1N1 Flu Update

Toronto Public Health H1N1 Clinics are currently restricted to people in the following priority groups:

  • People under 65 with chronic health conditions
  • Pregnant women
  • Children 6 months to less than 5 years of age
  • Health care workers
  • Household contacts and care providers of persons at high risk who cannot be immunized or may not respond to vaccines

If you are not in one of these priority groups, you will not receive a vaccination at this time.

Clinics for the general public will be announced at a later date. H1N1 shots are also available at some physicians' offices. Check with your doctor or community health clinic.

All locations are wheelchair accessible and located near public transit. Parking may be limited.

Please note: If you have a fever or are sick please wait until you are feeling better before getting vaccinated.

Clinic hours may expand. Visit or call 311 for updates.

You are not required to bring identification or your OHIP card to the clinic.