This morning, the City of Toronto opened more than 10,000 new appointments at City-run immunization clinics intended to offer earlier appointments for second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to partially vaccinated individuals age 80 and older.
The City of Toronto and Team Toronto vaccination partners have launched a “Homebound Sprint” to deliver first doses of COVID-19 vaccine to all remaining homebound Toronto residents.
Today, the City of Toronto launched VaxTO, a multi-faceted campaign to connect residents with COVID-19 vaccination appointments and information.
The City of Toronto is working to reopen outdoor recreational amenities following the Province of Ontario's announcement that a number of amenities can reopen effective Saturday, May 22.
Today, Mayor John Tory announced the City of Toronto will be having a Long Weekend Dose Drive this weekend to encourage thousands of residents to get vaccinated.
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City of Toronto opens 120,000 new vaccination appointments as eligibility expands to those age 18 and older today
To continue to slow the spread of COVID-19 and help provide predictability to major event organizers, the City of Toronto is extending the cancellation of in-person City-led and City-permitted outdoor events to September 6.
Today's announcement includes festivals and other large, in-person gatherings, held at outdoor sites managed by the City or other public locations, such as roads, parks and civic squares.
Starting tomorrow at 8 a.m., everyone ages 40 to 49 will be eligible to book a vaccination appointment at a City of Toronto immunization clinic. The new cohort joins those with at-risk health conditions and people who cannot work from home that are in Group Two of Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccination plan, who became eligible to book appointments yesterday.