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Some Ontarians Are Now Able To Get Vaccinated Without Leaving Their Own Home

The new initiative has already started in Windsor.
Ontario Home Vaccinations Are Being Given To Vulnerable Residents

Some Ontarians are now able to get their COVID-19 vaccine at home. 

The County of Essex announced this week that they have been making house calls to some residents who have "difficulty accessing vaccination sites."

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In a press release, it was revealed that the 'Vulnerable Patient Navigator' team (VPN), assembled by Essex-Windsor EMS, have already administered doses to 44 residents of an apartment building on March 12.

The patients, all of whom were 80 and over, had pre-registered to receive doses at mass vaccination clinics.

VPN members are currently still working their way through the apartment building. Once completed, they plan on making more at-home visits. 

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