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Last updated: Sep 26, 2021

Who we serve | Hours of Operation | To Book an Appointment | Which Vaccines we use | Who is eligible |Frequently Asked Questions

Regent Park CHC is excited to be running a COVID Vaccination and Testing Clinic at 40 Oak St. (the Fred Victor building).

COVID-19 Testing

Who we serve:

  • The clinic is open to anyone. 
  • People with no immigration status are welcome at our clinic.
  • People with no fixed address are welcome at our clinic.
  • People with no identification are welcome at our clinic. But if you do have an OHIP card or other identification, please bring it with you as it will help with the registration process.
  • The clinic is fully wheelchair accessible.
  • Our clinic is multilingual, and privacy stations are available.
  • You are welcome to bring up to 1 support person with you, if required.

Please let us know if you require any additional accommodations.

Hours of Operation:

From the week of Sep 6, the clinic will be running on the following days, unless indicated otherwise in the weekly update below:

  • Tuesday from 2:45 – 8:00 p.m.
  • The clinic will be closed on long weekends

For the week of  Oct 18  – Oct 23

The Clinic will be open on the following days

  • Tuesday(Oct 19), we will have both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. The clinic will be open to people 11 years and older (born in 2009 or earlier).
  • Walk-ins are welcome

To Book an Appointment:

Appointments are released each Friday by 2:00pm, for the following week.
To book an appointment, please visit our COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment booking page.
If you cannot access the booking tool, please call (416) 642-1359 for  assistance with booking.
Please note that staff cannot respond to calls from individuals who have gone online and are not able to find vaccination appointment availability. As availability of vaccines and appointments fluctuates, we encourage you to continue to keep checking our booking page for new openings.

Which vaccine do we use? 

The 40 Oak St. clinic uses Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.  Please check the weekly update above to see which vaccine we will have available each day.

Who is eligible? 

FIRST DOSES: We are able to vaccinate people who

  • are 18 years of age or older at the time of their appointment
  • are 11 – 17 years of age at the time of their appointment (born in 2009 or earlier)

SECOND DOSES: We are able to vaccinate people who

  • have received their your first dose 28 days earlier (for Moderna) or 21 days earlier (for Pfizer)
  • received their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine and are choosing to receive Pfizer or Moderna as their second dose, at least 8 weeks earlier
  • received their first dose outside of Ontario (proof of vaccination is required), as long as you received your first dose 28 days earlier (for Moderna) or 21 days earlier (for Pfizer)

THIRD DOSES: We are able to vaccinate people who are eligible for third doses (appointments can be book from the booking  link above)

  • Transplant recipients (including solid organ transplant and hematopoietic stem cell transplants)
  • Patients with hematological cancers (examples include lymphoma, myeloma, leukemia) on active treatment (chemotherapy, targeted therapies, immunotherapy);
  • Recipients of an anti-CD20 agent (e.g. rituximab, ocrelizumab, ofatumumab); and
  • Residents of high-risk congregate settings including long-term care homes, higher-risk licensed retirement homes and First Nations elder care lodges.

Note* In order to receive third dose, clients must bring a letter from their physician verifying their eligibility for a third dose.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    What kind of identification should I bring? Identification is not required to get your vaccine. But if you have an OHIP card or other identification, please bring it with you as it will help with the registration process.

    Can I drop in to get a vaccine without an appointment? Appointments are preferred, but we also accept walk-in/same day appointments while vaccines last.

    Can the vaccines be mixed between 1st and 2nd doses? Yes, NACI and government both have approved Interchangeability, it is safe to do mixing and matching.We will match the vaccine you received for your first dose where possible.  If that is not possible, such as due to supply limitations, we will supply you with another mRNA vaccine if that is your choice.

    This clinic is required to follow this direction and is not able to make any exceptions, except for the above groups. If you have further questions about Ontario’s vaccination plan, please call 1-888-999-6488 or visit: covid-19.ontario.ca/covid-19-vaccines-ontario

    I got my 1st dose at a different clinic.  Can I get my 2nd dose at 40 Oak? Yes, you can get your 2nd dose at 40 Oak
    For more information on 2nd doses, visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/covid-19-vaccines-ontario 

    I am not available when 40 Oak clinic is running, are there any other vaccine clinics nearby ? Here is the link to the vaccine calendar that would help you find another vaccine clinic that suits your availability https://sites.google.com/mobilevaccinationteams.com/torontovaccination/home


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