COVID Vaccination Clinics to be held at Caribbean Carnival, Toronto – Other Summer Events in Toronto |

Toronto Public Health (TPH) says it will be held COVID-19 Vaccination clinics pop up at Caribbean Carnival and other summer festivals this week.

TPH said in a statement, “Bringing COVID-19 vaccines to social and cultural events is part of Team Toronto’s ongoing equity-focused, hyper-local mobile strategy, which provides residents with accessible and convenient vaccination opportunities in those locations. where they live, work and play.” News release.

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According to TPH, the clinics will be held at the following locations:

  • Under the Stars on July 27 from 5 PM to 9 PM at Regent’s Park at 620 Dundas Street East
  • Toronto Caribbean Carnival on July 30 from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Marilyn Bell Park at 1095 Lake Shore Blvd.
  • Ghana Fest Canada on July 31st from 12 noon to 7 p.m. at Earl Bells Park at 4169 Bathurst Street

TPH said the clinics are family-friendly and will offer first, second, third and onward doses as well as pediatric shots to those who are eligible. Vaccines from both Pfizer and Moderna will be available.

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The city said no appointments or health cards were required, and the clinics would operate on a walk-in basis.

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“All eligible residents are encouraged to receive their third and fourth doses as soon as possible. As with vaccinations for other diseases, people are best protected when their COVID-19 vaccinations are up to date,” the news release read.

TPH said that COVID-19 vaccination is “scientifically proven to reduce the risk of illness, hospitalization and death while protecting people, their loved ones and the community.”

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