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BC
2 181 76 2,914 3,009
AB
29 437 80 7,651 8,132
SK
17 186 61 6,597 6,759
MB
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More than 40% of eligible Toronto residents have now received 1st dose of COVID-19 vaccine, city says – CBC

Province opening up vaccination bookings in hot-spot postal codes today

May 03, 2021

More than 40 per cent of Toronto residents who are eligible have now had at least their first dose of COVID-19 vaccines, Mayor John Tory announced Monday, as people aged 18 and older from hot-spot neighbourhoods became eligible for vaccination at immunization clinics run by the city.

Tory said the target was reached ahead of the May 5 date initially set by Premier Doug Ford across the province.

He said the city now looks forward to setting a new objective for May as the Team Toronto Sprint Strategy enters its third week.

“Latest data indicate that the vaccination gap has now been closed in the 13 hottest hot spots and the rest of the city,” Tory said at a news conference.

He said an additional 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine will be going to the hottest hot spots this week alone for pop-up and mobile clinics.

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/toronto-covid19-update-may-3-2021-1.6011722

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