Peel Residents In 25 Postal Codes Can Book A Spot At Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics This Week

The clinics open this Friday to all locals 18 years old and older.

Residents of hot-spot communities in Peel Region now have the opportunity to book an appointment at pop-up vaccine clinics in Mississauga and Brampton, which are opening from this Friday, April 30 until May 11.

Both the Brampton Islamic Centre and the MAC Islamic Community Centre of Ontario have opened up appointments for residents in 25 Peel Region postal codes that are 18 years old and older, who are welcome to sign up on Peel Region's website.

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In addition to these two clinics, there is a vaccine site located at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Complex, which is available to residents of postal codes beginning with L4T and L6S.

Proof of age and address will be required for your appointment, like a government-issued ID, or a bill or paystub.

On Tuesday, Ontario opened up vaccine eligibility to anyone over the age of 45 in 114 designated hot-spot postal codes and to workers at licensed child care facilities anywhere in the province.

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