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Vaccinations at TMU

A woman receiving her COVID-19 vaccination

COVID-19 Vaccination Pop-Up Clinics

When pop-up clinics resume, dates and locations will appear here. 

Available vaccines: Flu shots are no longer being offered through pop-up clinicsReceive your first COVID-19 vaccine or a booster of the following: 

What you need to bring: Ontario Health Card (If you don't have a health card, please bring a photo ID or your passport), and clothes that allow for easy access to the upper arm. Masks must also be worn. 

No prior registration is required. Vaccinations are available for all TMU community members.

While TMU pop-up vaccination clincs are drop-in only, the Medical Centre is now offering flu shots by appointment

Stay tuned for more vaccination pop-up clinics! 

Student Wellbeing will be hosting vaccination clinics across campus at various locations throughout the fall semester. Please return to this website for dates and locations. 

Importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine

Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to protect our families, communities and ourselves against COVID-19. Evidence indicates that the vaccines used in Canada are very effective at preventing severe illness, hospitalization and death from COVID-19.

A booster dose following a primary series of mRNA vaccines offers better protection against Omicron infection and severe disease than the primary series alone.

Among people who are vaccinated against COVID-19, studies show that:

  • their level of protection against infection from the primary series decreases over time and is low against Omicron, but can be improved with a booster dose
  • the primary series appears to maintain good protection against severe disease and hospitalization caused by Omicron
  • protection against severe disease and hospitalization is higher after a booster dose

Vaccination is very important, even if you've been previously infected with COVID-19. While infection alone provides some protection, vaccination after infection helps improve the immune response and may provide better and longer-lasting protection.

COVID-19 vaccination viles

TMU's stance on COVID-19 vaccination 

As of May 1, 2022, the university’s vaccination policy is suspended

The university continues to monitor the impact of COVID-19 in our city and province, and will be nimble in responding to changes, and in planning for the future. The university may need to reinstate requirements for vaccinations should public health indicators change.

As a primary health and safety  measure, the university continues to encourage all who are able to be vaccinated to do so.

All community members are encouraged to keep COVID-19 vaccinations current, per public health guidelines.