Toronto's Humber River Hospital shared a wholesome video of its staff members dancing to some good news on Wednesday.

In the clip, frontline workers can be seen vibing out to the '80s classic "I'm So Excited" as they celebrate the opening of their new COVID-19 vaccine clinic. 

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Humber River also shared photos of the clinic and the preparations that have gone into its opening.

"We are SO ready for this vaccine," the hospital tweeted.

The Ontario government announced on December 18 that it would be distributing doses of the Pfizer vaccine to an additional 17 hospital sites over the next two weeks.

The province is set to get up to 90,000 doses of this vaccine before the end of 2020.

Premier Doug Ford also revealed that vaccines will be distributed in three phases.

The first phase is reserved for care providers and essential workers in hospitals, long-term care, and retirement homes.

The general population won't receive them until at least April.

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According to the report's findings, Ontario's COVID-19 test positivity is at a seven-day average of 2.7 percent and vaccination coverage is slowly increasing.

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A new tool lets you store your vaccine certificate as an image, a PDF file, or as a card in your Apple Wallet.

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"No personal data is sent to the internet. [The] QR code is for verification only, with no personal info," the team behind the tool told CTV News.

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