FAQs about the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at UTM

Vaccine clinic volunteers gather at the clinic closure celebration

As vaccination rates continue to rise across the Region of Peel and community-based vaccine clinic options become more easily accessible, THP has been asked to support the Region’s transition to a longer-term approach for vaccination, which will include primary care and pharmacies.

On Tuesday, July 27, 2021 THP ceased operations at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) vaccine clinic and transitioned vaccine efforts to the Mississauga Hospital J-Wing vaccine clinic.

Appointments that are currently scheduled at the UTM clinic after July 27 will be honoured at the J-Wing clinic, and all impacted individuals will be contacted directly with more information in the coming days.

Thank you to the vaccine clinic staff, our community partners and the community we serve for your instrumental role in the success of this clinic and reaching this milestone. For additional details, please see the FAQs below.


Clinic Closure Details

What if I had a dose booked after July 27?

Appointments that are currently scheduled at the UTM clinic after July 27 will be honoured at the Mississauga Hospital’s J-Wing clinic, and all impacted individuals will be contacted directly with more information in the coming days. If you have additional questions or concerns, contact THP’s Vaccine Call Centre at 289-521-4333 or email COVIDVaccineScheduler@thp.ca.

Where will I get a dose instead?

Appointments that are currently scheduled at the UTM clinic after July 27 will be honoured at the Mississauga Hospital’s J-Wing clinic, and all impacted individuals will be contacted directly with more information in the coming days. If you have additional questions or concerns, contact THP’s Vaccine Call Centre at 289-521-4333 or email COVIDVaccineScheduler@thp.ca.

How many vaccines have been administered so far at this clinic?

Over 335,000 vaccines have been administered at UTM. Based on THP’s epidemiological estimates, the vaccines administered at UTM have prevented 6,840 positive cases of COVID-19—and have saved at least 103 lives.

When does the RAWC reopen for athletics?

In late July, we will begin to transition the RAWC back to its pre-clinic layout as a community-oriented fitness facility. In recognition of the work involved, the transition will occur gradually, with some clean up and organizational efforts likely stretching into the first two weeks of August. 


Learn more about COVID-19 and community vaccination programs