ALERT CONTENT PLACEHOLDER

UHN is no longer pre-registering people in the "Highest Risk" category. All eligible patients can now register through the provincial vaccine call centre: 1 833 943 3900. Patients currently registered with UHN and awaiting their first dose do not need to take any actions. These individuals will continue to be prioritized for booking of 1st dose in one of the UHN clinics.

Please note: Patients with "Highest-Risk" health conditions who already received their first dose at a UHN Vaccine clinic will receive their second dose at the same clinic.

UHN is no longer registering age-based general public. All adults, 60+ (born 1961 or before) in Toronto, can now register through the provincial booking system for a vaccination clinic in Toronto. Adults 55+ can register at select pharmacies. You can also call the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1 888 999 6488 (TTY 1 866 797 0007).

Please note that registration for priority group ages 18-49 with postal codes M5V, M6E, M6H, has been temporarily paused. Anyone who has already registered will be contacted by UHN or the Ministry of Health when an appointment is available. Registration will re-open for this group when additional vaccine supply is confirmed.

The UHN registries are only for individuals requiring their 1st vaccine dose. The interval between 1st and 2nd doses is set by MOH guidelines, and cannot be adjusted. Do NOT use the registry to sign up for a 2nd dose – if you arrive at a clinic attempting to receive an unauthorized 2nd dose, you will be turned away.


Registration for

Health Care Workers, Health Professions Learners, First Responders

UHN is now registering community-based health care workers, health professions learners, and first responders for the COVID-19 vaccine, as part of the Ontario COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout.

Who is this registry for?

In order to register, you must be in one of the following groups:

You must also:

  • Work in the catchment area (south of Eglinton Avenue to north of the Waterfront, east of Roncesvalles Avenue and west of Yonge Street) as defined by the Mid-West Toronto Ontario Health Team.

Please note that:

  • Proof of work location and/or school enrollment, professional designation and current registration with an association (if applicable) will be checked at the clinic.

We will verify information when we book appointments. You will not be given an appointment if you do not meet the eligibility criteria.

Registration is only available if you meet the above criteria. Spouses who are both eligible must each register separately. There is no eligibility by household — only the individual in the household who meets the eligibility criteria can register.

To register at UHN, you must provide an email address that we can use to book your appointment.


Please review the information on this page carefully, and read our FAQ to help answer most common questions. If you don't find the answers you need, please use our Request to Contact form. You can also call the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1 888 999 6488 (TTY 1 866 797 0007) or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/.

Registration for

Indigenous Adults, Home Care, Faith Leaders

UHN is now registering priority groups for the COVID-19 vaccine, as part of the Ontario COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout. The registration allows eligible patients to submit their interest in being vaccinated – it is not an appointment.

Who is this registry for?

In order to register, you must be in one of the following groups:

  • Indigenous adults — Inuit, First Nations, or Métis — aged 16 and over
  • Adult chronic home care recipients
  • Faith leaders at higher risk of COVID-19 (e.g. end-of-life care, care of deceased, home visits, care in health care and vulnerable settings)

    AND
  • Be a patient receiving care at UHN, Sinai Health, Women’s College Hospital, SickKids (age 16+) or Toronto Grace Health Centre
    OR
  • Live in, or have your primary care provider (family doctor/nurse practitioner) within, the mid-west Toronto catchment area (South of Eglinton Avenue to north of the Waterfront, east of Roncesvalles Avenue, and west of Yonge Street — see map), as defined by the Mid-West Toronto Ontario Health Team

Registration is only available if you meet the above criteria. We will verify information when we book vaccine appointments and you will not be given an appointment if you do not meet the eligibility criteria.

Spouses who are both eligible must each register separately. Spouses, caregivers and other family members in the same household are not eligible. Only the person in the household who meets the criteria can register.

To register at UHN, you must provide an email address that we can use to book your appointment.



Please review the information on this page carefully, and read our FAQ to help answer most common questions. If you don't find the answers you need, please use our Request to Contact form. You can also call the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1 888 999 6488 (TTY 1 866 797 0007) or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/.

Indigenous Adults — you can contact the Call Auntie hotline at 437 703 8703 if you need support filling out the registry or navigating your vaccine options. Or visit the Tkaronto Indigenous Vaccine Access website for further resources.

Pre-Registration for

Eligible High-Risk Health Conditions (Phase 2)

UHN is now pre-registering eligible groups for the COVID-19 vaccine, as part of Phase Two of the Ontario COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout. The registration allows eligible patients to submit their interest in being vaccinated once the province moves to phase 2 – it is not an appointment.

Who is this registry for?

In order to register, you must be in one of the following groups, in the Phase 2 "high risk" and "at risk" categories, by the Ministry of Health:

  • Obesity (BMI > 40)
  • Other treatments causing immunosuppression
  • Essential caregiver for a member of a priority group who requires assistance in daily living
  • Intellectual or developmental disabilities
  • Immune deficiencies/autoimmune disorders
  • Stroke/cerebrovascular disease
  • Dementia
  • Diabetes
  • Liver disease
  • All other cancers
  • Respiratory diseases
  • Spleen problems (e.g. asplenia)
  • Heart disease
  • Hypertension with end organ damage
  • Diagnosis of mental disorders
  • Sickle Cell Disease
  • Thalassemia
  • Pregnancy
  • Immunocompromising health conditions
  • Other disabilities requiring direct support care in the community

    AND
  • Be a patient or essential caregiver of a patient receiving care at UHN, Sinai Health, Women’s College Hospital, SickKids (age 16+) or Toronto Grace Health Centre
    OR
  • Live in, or have your primary care provider (family doctor/nurse practitioner) within, the mid-west Toronto catchment area (South of Eglinton Avenue to north of the Waterfront, east of Roncesvalles Avenue, and west of Yonge Street — see map), as defined by the Mid-West Toronto Ontario Health Team

Registration is only available if you meet the above criteria. We will verify information when we book vaccine appointments and you will not be given an appointment if you do not meet the eligibility criteria. Spouses and/or family members who are both eligible must each register separately.

To register at UHN, you must provide an email address that we can use to book your appointment.



Please review the information on this page carefully, and read our FAQ to help answer most common questions. If you don't find the answers you need, please use our Request to Contact form. You can also call the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1 888 999 6488 (TTY 1 866 797 0007) or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/.

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Does this mean I have an appointment?

This registry is not an appointment for a vaccine. By registering in advance, we’ll be able to contact you to book an appointment once spots are available.

If you’ve already been contacted to book a vaccine appointment, YOU DO NOT NEED to register.

What happens after I register?

Registration does not mean you have an appointment. We may not contact you right away. We are opening up spots as vaccine supply becomes available. Be sure to check your JUNK/SPAM folder regularly.

What can I do if I don’t have computer access?

The registry is currently only available online. You can ask a trusted family member, caregiver or friend to help you enter your name into the registry.

If you have questions about eligiblity or need support registering, you can call the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1 888 999 6488 (TTY 1 866 797 0007) or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/.

Indigenous Adults — you can contact the Call Auntie hotline at 437 703 8703 if you need support filling out the registry or navigating your vaccine options. Or visit the Tkaronto Indigenous Vaccine Access website for further resources.