Outbreak updates

check here for updates on Covid-19, Monkeypox, Cold & Flu

Printable copies of clinic policies are posted under each of the physicians profiles.  


Getting a COVID-19 & Flu Vaccine

Flu & COVID Vaccines are Available through Pharmacies

Cold, Flu, and COVID Clinics were closed in December 2023. 

Monkeypox Update (07Jul2022)

We are receiving a very high number of inquiries regarding Monkeypox and vaccination clinics at the moment. To help everyone understand the current situation, we have compiled the following information based on recommendations/guidelines and information from Toronto Public Health and the Ministry of Health. Please note that the information provided here may change at any time and is only based on the most recent information we've received to date.

Dear Patients (updated 21SEP21)

COVID-19 is the term used to describe the respiratory illness caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (2019 coronavirus).  Many measures remain in place in order to slow the spread of this virus in Canada. Fortunately most cases of infection are mild or moderate in severity and require no treatment at all, just rest and staying at home.  However, COVID-19 can be a serious illness for some.  Here is video to understand more about the virus.



Dr. Mona reviews the science, trials & side effects of the non-replicating viral vector COVID-19 vaccines (AstraZeneca & J&J).

And concludes, they are very good vaccines with high efficacy in trials and rare serious side effects and are an important part of the Canadian vaccine roll out.

Although, the non-replicating viral vector COVID-19 vaccines (AstraZeneca & J&J) are likely to no longer to be given in Canada, those who received them should not have regret, they are very good vaccines with high efficacy in trials. 

The rare serious side effect which could cause death is too high risk in Canada.  

We await to hear the plan for the second dose.

 Select HERE to watch her presentation with detailed explanations.

Should People With HIV Get The COVID-19 VACCINE? (Updated 29MAR21)

Dr Mona & The CDC Say: YES!!!

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises that "mRNA COVID-19 vaccines may be administered to people with underlying medical conditions provided they have not had a severe or immediate allergic reaction to any of the ingredients in the vaccine". 

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Maple Leaf Medical Clinic is a multi-specialty clinic providing the latest advances in health care and medical research in Downtown Toronto.

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  • 14 College Street (Yonge/College)
    Toronto, ON M5G 1K2
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