A Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic Is Now Open To All Toronto Residents Aged 18 & Older

The clinic is drop-in only.

Ontario Editor

One Toronto pop-up vaccine clinic has just announced that it will be open on Friday for anyone aged 18 or over who lives or works in the city.

Humber River Hospital announced that its Downsview Arena location is offering COVID-19 vaccine doses to all M postal code residents but on a first-come, first-serve basis.

If you plan on heading down, the hospital asks that you bring a piece of ID that shows the address of the place that you live or work.

While the arena is currently open, it will only be giving out doses until supplies run out.

Within an hour of the announcement, the hospital was already reporting a growing line of people heading down to the centre.

UPDATE: As of 2:47 p.m. on Friday, Humber River Hospital has announced that they have cut the line and are done accepting new walk-ins. However, they ask residents to stay tuned for information about the clinic tomorrow.

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