The TTC and Toronto Paramedic Services have partnered with the City of Toronto and Toronto Public Health (TPH) to roll out TTC bus vaccine clinics. Learn more about locations and dates for the clinics on TTC buses.

The TTC has partnered with East Toronto Health Partners and Humber River Hospital to provide pop-up vaccination clinics conveniently located for our customers in subway stations. The clinics are open to anyone born in 2009 or earlier for both first and second doses. No appointment is required. Moderna and Pfizer (first and second doses) will be available while supplies last each day.

Line 1

Thursday, September 16 to Saturday, September 18, 2021:
Sheppard West Station (1035 Sheppard Avenue West, mezzanine level) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily

Line 2

Thursday, September 16 to Saturday, September 18, 2021:
Warden Station (701 Warden Avenue, mezzanine level) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily

Thursday, September 16 to Saturday, September 18, 2021:
Islington Station (1226 Islington Ave, mezzanine level) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily

Getting your second dose

Health officials have advised that vaccines can be safely mixed for a first and second dose.
 
If your first dose was:

  • AstraZeneca: you can get Moderna or Pfizer for your second dose when you are eligible, at least 8 weeks after your first dose with informed consent.
  • Moderna or Pfizer: you can get either Moderna or Pfizer, at least 28 days after your first dose. You can switch between Moderna and Pfizer safely.

For more information about vaccines, please refer to Ontario’s COVID-19 Vaccine Website.
 
Getting as many people vaccinated as soon as possible is an important piece of putting this pandemic behind us. Everyone who is able to get vaccinated is strongly encouraged to do so.