Update - March 17


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Dear Friends and Neighbours,


Registration will be opening for spring break CampTO programs (held from April 12-16) on Tuesday, March 23. For more information on how to register, please see below.


Today marks exactly one year since the Premier announced a State of Emergency in Ontario. It is hard to believe that it has already been a year, but this grim anniversary happens to be marked by the opening of the City's mass immunization clinics.


Today at 11 AM, the City opened three COVID-19 clinics to vaccinate eligible residents born in 1941 or earlier who have confirmed appointments. All three clinics – Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Scarborough Town Centre and Toronto Congress Centre – are booked to capacity today and expected to vaccinate 450 eligible seniors per location.


The three City-operated clinics operate seven days per week from 11 AM-8 PM. Each clinic has capacity to vaccinate 2,250 people in the first five days of opening. The location closest to York South-Weston is the Toronto Congress Centre, located at 650 Dixon Rd.


The online registration system for Toronto residents born in 1941 and earlier to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments at City-operated clinics is live on toronto.ca/covid-19. Eligible seniors age 80 and older can book appointments through the dark blue “Find out if you are eligible to book” button on toronto.ca/covid-19 or book by phone through the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 (TTY 1-866-797-0007).


Sincerely,


Frances


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