TORONTO – COVID-19 vaccines for children ages five to 11 are on the rise in Ontario today.
The City of Toronto’s pediatric vaccination campaign is making a serious comeback today with child-friendly clinics and others in schools and communities.
Public health in Windsor, Ontario says it is also accepting appointments for young children today, and the city’s police force has said it will be on site for planned protests at the sites.
COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments for Ontario Children Ages 5-11 Can Be Booked Starting Tuesday
A clinic in Hamilton offers vaccinations today for Native Americans and members of their household over the age of five.
Parental / guardian consent is required for children to receive immunizations.
Other health units are offering Pfizer-BioNTech pediatric vaccines on designated days this weekend and in the coming weeks.
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