A Toronto Public Health survey suggests that plenty of Torontonians will be waiting their turn in line once Canada's COVID-19 vaccine arrives.

Working with the polling company Ipsos Reid, Toronto Public Health surveyed 1,201 people in the GTA in late October to hear their thoughts on vaccinations, mask-wearing, and general pandemic fatigue.

One of the biggest takeaways from the survey results — which were released on November 26 — was that a large majority of the city would "probably" or "definitely" get the vaccine when it was available to them.

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73% Percentage of polled Torontonians who say they'll get the vaccine when they're allowed to

Only 16% of people who were asked said they would not get the vaccine, while 11% of respondents said they weren't sure.

And 86% of Torontonians who responded said they trust Canada's scientists and medical experts when it comes to COVID-19 information. 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced in a press conference on Monday that Canada could expect up to 249,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine by the end of 2020.

But Trudeau said the distribution would be "no small task."

“We are facing the largest immunization in the history of our country,” the prime minister said.