If any Torontonians who haven't booked a Toronto vaccination appointment are feeling the FOMO, it might be because they're now in the minority.
According to Toronto Mayor John Tory, 50% of eligible Toronto residents will have received their first vaccine dose as of Monday, May 10, and there are more appointments on their way in the 6ix.
By the end of the weekend, 50% of eligible residents in Toronto will have received their first vaccine dose. This… https://t.co/1hEfIkGGwn— John Tory (@John Tory)1620485405.0
More and more vaccination appointments are becoming available in Toronto. The city has added over 60,000 appointments at its city-run clinics for May and June and select pharmacies in the city are offering the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to anybody aged 18 or older.
On Saturday, the city added 17,000 more appointments at city-run clinics for the upcoming week because they have more doses on the way.
On Wednesday, May 5, Ontario's minister of health announced the province is on track to meet its goal of having 65% of Ontarians receive their first COVID-19 vaccine dose by the end of May.