With the increase in vaccine supplies, Ontario is stepping up its COVID-19 vaccination campaign to make it available to everyone on May 24.
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“With the increased vaccine supply, workplace vaccination clinics have opened this week and we have focused our immunization efforts in areas where COVID-19 is spreading rapidly,” Provincial Solicitor General Sylvia Jones said in a statement.
The province hopes to expand vaccinations for its most vulnerable populations as early as next week. From April 30th, people aged 55 and over will also be able to register on the provincial portal to schedule their vaccinations.