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The City continues to work non-stop with its healthcare partners, pharmacies and Toronto Public Health to administer all available COVID-19 vaccines. To date, 4,153,605 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Toronto as part of the broader Team Toronto initiative.

Total COVID-19 vaccine doses: 4,153,605

Increase from previous total: 22,235

Number of clinics across Toronto today: 34

There are more than 60,000 vaccination appointments available for the remainder of this week. Walk-in vaccinations will be available daily from noon to 7 p.m. for anyone age 18 or older to receive a first or second dose mRNA vaccine at four City-run clinics: Toronto Congress Centre, Cloverdale Mall, The Hangar and Metro Toronto Convention Centre clinics. Vaccinations at these City-run clinics — Scarborough Town Centre, Malvern Community Recreation Centre, Mitchell Field Arena, North Toronto Memorial Community Centre and Carmine Stefano Community Centre continue to be by appointment only.

Everyone age 12 years or older is encouraged to book their vaccination appointment as soon as possible. Second dose appointments can be booked by anyone, including youth ages 12 to 17, who received a first Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least 28 days ago or a first AstraZeneca vaccine at least eight weeks ago. To book an appointment, click the blue “Book a Vaccine” button at City’s COVID-19 webpage or call the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900.

Anyone who has an appointment for later this summer or fall is encouraged to change it to an earlier date and get vaccinated sooner. Appointments at City-run clinics can be cancelled or changed at  Vaccine Booking webpage Opens in new window or by calling the provincial booking line.

For more information about what to expect when you get a  COVID-19 vaccine Opens in new window .

The Team Toronto effort is focused on getting as many residents vaccinated as quickly as possible based on available supply. It is also expanding mobile vaccination efforts across Toronto to bring vaccines to the neighbourhoods most in need.