In a press release on Saturday, the city said it was working with its healthcare partners, pharmacies and mobile teams and Toronto Public Health to administer vaccines based on the available supply. To date, 1,649,278 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Toronto.
The city said it is working to encourage as many residents as possible to get vaccinated on Saturday and Sunday. He said he was also expanding mobile vaccination efforts across Toronto to bring the vaccine to hard-hit neighborhoods.
Over the weekend, the city announced it would vaccinate 19,994 people 18 and older at the pop-up clinics listed below. Clinics offer vaccine doses to people living in the postal codes shown in parentheses:
- Aga Khan Museum (M4H, M3C).
- Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute (M1M, M1L, M1K, M1J).
- Brookside Public School (all Scarborough hot spots).
- Burrows Hall Junior Public School (M1B, M1X).
- Canadian Center for Health Care for Refugees and Immigrants (M1P, M1W, M1M, M1S, M1T).
- Gursikh Sabha Canada (M1V).
- Toronto Zoo (all Scarborough Hotspots).
- Thorncliffe Park Community Center (M4H, M3C, M3A).
As of Friday evening, about 659,315 people had made appointments for vaccination at a municipal clinic.
City-run clinic appointments are available through the province’s online reservation system.
Eligible residents are encouraged to make an appointment by clicking on the blue “Reserve a Vaccine” button at www.toronto.ca/covid-19 or by calling the provincial vaccine reservation line at 1-833-943-3900.