Toronto long-term care homes that received vaccine doses
Tory took to Instagram on Friday, January 15 to announce that 87 of the city's long-term care homes had received their vaccines well before the provincial deadline set for January 21.
"I’m proud that by working together with our hospital partners, @topublichealth and City staff we’ve been able to vaccinate the majority of residents and essential workers in long-term care homes across our city," he said.
NEW: Just received a great update from staff. We are expecting all LTCs in Ottawa to be finished their first round… https://t.co/910wcsfQm1— Jim Watson (@Jim Watson)1610732435.0
The mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson, took to Twitter to announce that the Canadian capital was also expecting all long-term care homes to have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of Friday.
It's not yet clear if Ottawa has reached that goal.