If you're looking to book an appointment at Toronto's COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinics, you might be out of luck.
The City of Toronto announced on Wednesday that most of its incoming mobile and pop-up vaccine clinics would be restricted to walk-up appointments only.
This means that residents who live in these areas won't be able to make a timed appointment in advance.
The pop-up clinics, which focus on vaccinating residents aged 18+ in the city's hot spots, will be strategically placed to curb outbreaks.
The City has announced before that it is currently trying to keep the locations of these clinics hushed, so residents from other neighbourhoods won't flock. Instead, residents in the hot spot will be notified when a clinic will be coming to their area.
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