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COVID-19 Vaccines

Am I eligible to get vaccinated at the COVID-19 Vaccination clinic in the University of Guelph Humber building?

The Osler-Humber College COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is a community clinic, similar to the clinic operating at the Toronto Congress Centre and will vaccinate those deemed eligible by the Province’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan and Toronto Public Health. The clinic is open to individuals in priority groups by appointment only. Bookings for this clinic are managed through Osler’s vaccine appointment system: myosler.williamoslerhs.ca 

Walk-ins are NOT permitted.  

Vaccination eligibility for education workers and learners who are 18 years of age and older in COVID-19 hot spots is still being determined. 

Please visit Ontario’s three-phase COVID-19 vaccination plan here for more information and to determine when you are eligible for a vaccine. 

I am currently a Humber/Guelph-Humber student. Do I get priority at the vaccine clinic located at North Campus?

The Osler-Humber College COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is a community clinic, similar to the clinic operating at the Toronto Congress Centre and will vaccinate those deemed eligible by the Province’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan and Toronto Public Health. The clinic is open to individuals in priority groups by appointment only. Bookings for this clinic are managed through Osler’s vaccine appointment system: myosler.williamoslerhs.ca 

Please visit Ontario’s three-phase COVID-19 vaccination plan here for more information and to determine when you are eligible for a vaccine. 

Toronto Public Health Vaccine Webinar Recording and Slides  

On Tuesday, March 23, 2021, Toronto Public Health hosted a special vaccine webinar for post-secondary education students, staff and faculty, featuring Dr. Vinita Dubey, Associate Medical Officer of Health, and Nicole Welch, Director Chief Nursing Officer. For those unable to take part in the live session, you can view the webinar recording and access the slide presentation via the links below: 

Other Helpful links 

Will Humber require proof of vaccination for staff or students?

Proof of vaccination is not required, except potentially for programs with work-integrated learning experiences that already require students/staff to be fully vaccinated. 

I live in Humber’s residence. Can I get my vaccine at the vaccine clinic on campus?

The Osler-Humber College COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is a community clinic, similar to the clinic operating at the Toronto Congress Centre and will vaccinate those deemed eligible by the Province’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan and Toronto Public Health. The clinic is open to individuals in priority groups by appointment only. Bookings for this clinic are managed through Osler’s vaccine appointment system: myosler.williamoslerhs.ca  

Please visit Ontario’s three-phase COVID-19 vaccination plan here for more information and to determine when you are eligible for a vaccine. 

I heard some people talking about vaccinations at work/school and I felt uncomfortable. What can I do?

The choice to get a vaccine is personal and may be based on a range of factors including medical, religious or other. As always, staff and students are asked to treat their peers with respect, including understanding the private nature of health-related decisions. 

I am a Humber international student, and my insurance will cover the COVID-19 vaccine. Can I get my vaccine on campus or elsewhere?

Vaccinations are available to those deemed eligible in the Province’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan and local public health. Please visit Ontario’s three-phase COVID-19 vaccination plan here for more information find your public health unit and check their website for details about vaccination and if you are eligible in your area.