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Toronto launches more pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics in hot spot areas

Last Updated Apr 21, 2021 at 11:01 am EDT

People lineup at a COVID-19 pop-up clinic in Toronto's Jane-Finch neighbourhood on April 18, 2021. (RYLAN VALLEE/CITYNEWS)

The City of Toronto will be holding more pop-ups and mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics in hot spot neighbourhoods on Wednesday, specifically in low-income communities.

Unity Health Toronto will be running three pop-up clinics and two mobile clinics, with a goal to vaccinate 815 people. Details can be found here.

A pop-up clinic will also be set up at Jane and Finch for people age 18 and older living in postal codes M3L, M3N and M3M. It will be run by Humber River Hospital and North Western Toronto Ontario Health Team.

University Health Network will also be running a mobile clinic in postal code M3N.

City officials have said they will be utilizing mobile and pop-up clinics to vaccinate those 18+ in hotspot neighbourhoods.

Community groups, including faith-based organizations, employers and other community organizations, will be organizing the pop-up and mobile clinics.