The City of Toronto is opening up one of its mass vaccination clinics to walk-in clients.
Doses of COVID-19 vaccine will be available without an appointment at the Toronto Congress Centre starting today.
Officials say approximately 2,000 shots will be available each day at the site from noon until 7 p.m. until Sunday.
Walk-in vaccinations are open to anyone age 18 or older to receive a first or second dose of mRNA vaccine.
Toronto says it will be evaluating the effectiveness of the walk-in program and will consider expanding walk-in appointments to other City-operated clinics.
Residents without OHIP health cards can reach out to one of the City’s vaccine registration partners to create the necessary “proxy ID” in the provincial vaccine system.
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