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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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.
Today, Mayor John Tory announced that recent initiatives by community and health partnerships have led to increased COVID-19 vaccine uptake in vulnerable communities across the city.
Programs developed under the City of Toronto’s COVID-19 Community Mobilization and Engagement Plan are part of the TO Supports: Targeted Equity Action Plan and include partnerships with Toronto Public Health, Ontario Health Teams and community agencies that serve populations most vulnerable in areas hardest hit by COVID-19.
The City of Toronto’s joint enforcement team – made up of officers from Municipal Licensing and Standards, Toronto Public Health and the Toronto Police Service – are continuing efforts to enforce the pandemic regulations including the provincial Stay-at-Home Order and Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act.
Under the current provincial regulations, social gatherings and organized public events are not permitted, except with members of the same household and one person who lives alone. Most retail stores are closed for in-store shopping and restaurants are limited to take out, drive-through and delivery. These regulations are set by the Province of Ontario and are summarized in the City’s COVID-19: Guide for Residents. (Full provincial regulation .)