Unity Health Toronto is closing its clinics for first-dose COVID-19 vaccination appointments at St. Michael’s and St. Joseph’s hospitals, due to a shortage of vaccine.
“Our hospital clinics will be closed as of April 18,” the hospital network said in a statement on its website.
Both clinics “will not be open for first dose appointments until at least April 26,” the statement read.
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Vaccination appointments already booked at these locations will not be cancelled, “but may be changed to accommodate new clinic hours.”
The network said this is being done to focus available resources on high-risk groups identified by the Province.
More information will be provided when first-dose appointments are available again based on vaccine supply, the statement read.
Akrit Michael is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Reach him via email: [email protected]
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