Sumary of Hamilton ‘winding-down’ large scale COVID-19 vaccination clinics with closures in August:
- Hamilton public health has revealed closing dates in August for its three large-scale mass COVID-19 vaccination clinics and will be reaching out to individuals who have appointments booked after a shut down.
- 29.“As the number of people remaining to be vaccinated becomes smaller, and how they would like to be vaccinated changes, Hamilton’s COVID-19 vaccine program will begin a careful and measured winding-down of large-scale mass vaccination clinics,” public health said in its release.
- Here’s what you need to know Hamilton’s medical officer of health during a weekly update in June mentioned the wind-down and a move to another phase of the city’s vaccine initiatives which would involve a transition to smaller clinics, mobile pop-up clinics and opportunities with the more than 100 pharmacies offering shots.
- “With only six weeks to go until September and back to school, our vaccination efforts remain as crucial as ever.
- Ontario experts call for updated COVID-19 screening, school attendance policies Just over 75 per cent aged 12-plus have had one shot with 59.8 per cent having been fully vaccinated.
- Hamilton moved into Step 3 of Ontario’s reopening plan on Friday and will remain in the designation for at least 21 days until 80 per cent of the eligible population aged 12 and over have received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.