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East Toronto Health Partners are running pop-up clinics for 18-year-olds and older in two postal codes this weekend. 

Starting on April 7 and continuing until April 11, five pop-up clinics to give people COVID-19 vaccines are happening in Thorncliffe Park and Flemingdon Park. 

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In a press release, the City of Toronto said "over the weekend, Michael Garron Hospital and East Toronto Health Partners will hold pop-up clinics at a grocery store in a hot spot area and vaccinate people age 18 and older." 

Another release from the hospital stated that the locations of the clinics, which will serve those in M4H and M3C postal codes, include "Flemingdon Park Shopping Centre, Masjid Darussalam Thorncliffe Mosque, Iqbal Halal Foods and lobbies and courtyards of select high-rise apartment buildings." 

Proof of residence, like a driver's licence, utility bill, or other ID that shows the address, is required in order to access the pop-up sites. 

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