Dear York Community,
York University is hosting another walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Keele Campus next week, in partnership with Humber River Hospital. More details on upcoming clinics will also be shared with the community in the New Year.
If you are looking to book your next vaccination appointment in the coming weeks, you can search for nearby participating pharmacies or consult the latest information from Toronto Public Health on city immunization, pop-up and hospital-based clinics that are currently operating.
As a reminder, York’s Vaccination Mandate policy requires all community members and visitors on our campuses to be vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to medical or other reasons recognized by the Ontario Human Rights Code. All students who plan on attending campus in the winter term were also to have uploaded their proof of vaccination by December 1.
Date: Monday, December 13, 2021
Hours: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
- Dose 1 & 2: You must be 12 years of age or older.
- Dose 3: You must have received a second dose at least six months ago and:
- Are 50 years of age or older (born in 1971 or earlier); or
- Received two doses of AstraZeneca; or
- Received one dose of Johnson & Johnson; or
- Are First Nations, Inuit or Metis adults and their non-Indigenous household members.
- Open to those with certain immune conditions as noted here, who received their second dose at least eight weeks ago.
Location: Aviva Centre, 1 Shoreham Drive, North York ON M3N 3A6
*Tennis Canada Entrance: the clinic is located at the office between Gate G & H, adjacent to Shoreham Drive.
BRING: valid photo ID (e.g. driver’s licence or health card *OHIP card not required)
Please note, York University does not deliver the vaccines nor does it determine eligibility for vaccinations. Thank you for supporting a community of care at York this year and for continuing to use YU Screen daily before coming to campuses. For more updates, please continue to visit the Better Together website.
Special Advisor to the President for Academic Continuity Planning and COVID-19 Response