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Toronto Zoo opened new mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic

Christian Fernsby |
In partnership with FH Health, the Toronto Zoo is supporting this initiative that will add more than 5,000 daily jabs to the Province’s booster campaign.

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“The last mile is always the hardest,” says Melody Adhami, President of FH Health. “Our job is to make it as easy as possible for Ontarians to get boosted and that means working hand in hand with the Province and the incredible team at the Toronto Zoo.”

“Your Toronto Zoo plays a vital role in supporting our community, and one of the best ways we can do that right now is by offering our Zoo as a mass booster vaccination location” says Dolf DeJong, Chief Executive Officer of the Toronto Zoo. “We are committed to supporting measures that will keep our community healthy and safe, and one of the best ways for us to do that right now is by hosting thousands of Ontarians here to get their booster shot.”

The clinic starts on January 12, 2022 and run seven days a week. Appointments are required in advance and can be booked at

Education and child care staff will be prioritized at the mass vaccination site at the Toronto Zoo. Priority time slots will be made available to education and child care staff outside of school hours. A special booking link is available on for education and child care staff to access.

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