The oldest Torontonians will be able to begin booking appointments at the city’s mass vaccination clinics on Friday.
Toronto is opening approximately 133,000 online COVID-19 vaccination bookings for the city-run immunization clinics for residents born in 1941 or earlier.
The clinics will begin administering doses on March 17 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Scarborough Town Centre and Toronto Congress Centre.
Is your birthday in 1941 or earlier? Book your appointment at https://t.co/9Unc5FtjZu starting March 12. Residents will need to provide info on their health card, birthdate, postal code and email and/or phone number. You can also have someone book an appointment on your behalf. pic.twitter.com/H040MhTnoB
— City of Toronto (@cityoftoronto) March 12, 2021
The three clinics will operate seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Appointments can be made through the city’s online booking portal.
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The provincial pilot project offering COVID-19 vaccines in pharmacies is also expanding more broadly.
Shoppers Drug Mart locations at Danforth and Pape and at Danforth and Main will have 500 doses to administer on Friday.
Oxford-AstraZeneca shots are being given to Ontarians between the ages of 60 to 64 at 325 pharmacies in the Toronto, Windsor, and Kingston health units following Wednesday’s announcement by the Ford government.
The various locations include pharmacies at Shoppers Drug Mart, Costco, Wal-Mart, and Loblaws, among others.
Over 194,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine have arrived in Ontario.
Individual pharmacies are using their own booking systems.