I have more updates about the vaccine rollout to share with you. Remember, getting vaccinated is the best way to keep everyone safe. Many of you have already received your first dose, with second doses scheduled or on the way in the coming months. We must continue to work together towards a future where it’ll be safe to meet in person again. That time is coming, and I look forward to seeing and speaking with you.
Now that it’s warmer outside and summer is upon us, please remember to continue following public health guidelines. It’s essential to spend time outdoors but to do so safely with members of your own home. Please wear a mask when you go out or cannot maintain physical distancing.
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I will have more news to share with you shortly.
Where can I get vaccinated?
Please check online or call my office for the current age requirements applicable to each vaccination provider. The age groups expand depending on Provincial updates.
• City-Operated Immunization Clinics. The closest locations in our area are Carmine Stefano Community Centre, 3100 Weston Rd. and The Hangar, 74 Carl Hall Rd. (Downsview Park). Visit: vaccineto.ca/landing, or call, 1-888-999-6488.
• Humber River Regional Hospital’s clinic located at Downsview Arena, 1633 Wilson Ave.
king or call, 1-888-385-1910.
• You can also book appointments at select pharmacies with many new locations in our area, including the Shoppers Drug Mart at Finchdale Plaza.
Visit: covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine for more locations or call 1-888-385-1910.
• Please visit my website and social media pages for details about mobile pop-up clinics. There are different locations throughout Humber River-Black Creek offering vaccines without appointments depending on daily supply updates.
How can I get a ride to my appointment?
The City's Vaccine Equity Transportation Plan helps Toronto seniors, those with disabilities, and immune-compromised adults get to and from vaccination appointments.
To book a ride, contact:www.torontoride.ca/
Or call, 416-481-5250
Or call, 1-844-474-3301
How can I get a translation?
My office offers translations in Italian, Spanish, Vietnamese, Punjabi, Hindi, Tamil and Arabic. The City's website can also be translated via Google translate; just click on the white button available on each page. If you have questions about language options, call my office.
What if I'm homebound?
If you are a homebound person receiving care through a Primary Care Provider, Family Health Team, Home Care or Community Support Service, please contact your provider to learn if they offer in-home vaccination. If your provider cannot provide at-home immunization, they will place your name on a list for at-home vaccination.
If you are a homebound person who does not have a Primary Care Provider, Family Health Team, Home Care, or Community Support Service, please contact the Toronto Seniors Helpline. This service supports homebound people who are aged 18-65, as well as seniors. Contact 416-217-2077 or utilize the web-chat feature attorontoseniorshelpline.ca/web-chat/
City Councillor, Ward 7
Humber River - Black Creek