COVID-19 Vaccine information for Ontario, Canada

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Per the Ontario Government, Ontario is rolling out a three-phase distribution plan to ensure Ontario is prepared to receive, store and administer COVID-19 vaccines as soon as they are available. It focuses first on vulnerable populations that are at greatest risk COVID-19covid 19 and severe illness and those who care for them. Following Health Canada's guidance, Ontario is making use of both the Pfizer vaccine and the Moderna vaccine. You can click on each Phase to learn more:

  • Phase 1 - Limited doses of the vaccine available for health care workers in hospitals, long-term care homes and retirement homes, other congregate care settings and remote Indigenous communities. Starting: December 2020
  • Phase 2 - Increasing stock of vaccines, available to all health care workers, residents in long-term care homes, retirement homes, home care patients with chronic conditions and additional Indigenous communities. Starting: March 2021
  • Phase 3 - Vaccines available widely across Ontario for anyone who wants to be immunized Starting: August 2021
As of Jan 19, Ontario has 14,346 Daily doses administered, 224,134 Total doses administered and 25,609 Total vaccinations completed. To assist with the rollout, Ontario has shared a lits of clinics that will be administering the vaccines. Please note, they NOT open to the public.
  • Grand River Hospital
  • Halton Healthcare
  • Hamilton Health Sciences
  • Humber River Hospital
  • Lakeridge Health
  • London Health Sciences Centre
  • Mackenzie Health
  • Michael Garron Hospital
  • Ottawa Hospital
  • Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre
  • Scarborough Health Network
  • Southlake Regional Health Centre
  • Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
  • Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (selected to test the travel logistics in Northern Ontario and support the administration of the vaccine to Indigenous and remote communities)
  • Trillium Health Partners
  • University Health Network in Toronto
  • Unity Health Toronto
  • William Osler Health System
  • Windsor Regional Hospital
With them not being open to the public, you should always refer to the Getting a COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario page set up by the Ontario Government should have questions about getting the vaccine.
 
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Per the Ontario Government, Ontario is rolling out a three-phase distribution plan to ensure Ontario is prepared to receive, store and administer COVID-19 vaccines as soon as they are available. It focuses first on vulnerable populations that are at greatest risk COVID-19covid 19 and severe illness and those who care for them. Following Health Canada's guidance, Ontario is making use of both the Pfizer vaccine and the Moderna vaccine. You can click on each Phase to learn more:

  • Phase 1 - Limited doses of the vaccine available for health care workers in hospitals, long-term care homes and retirement homes, other congregate care settings and remote Indigenous communities. Starting: December 2020
  • Phase 2 - Increasing stock of vaccines, available to all health care workers, residents in long-term care homes, retirement homes, home care patients with chronic conditions and additional Indigenous communities. Starting: March 2021
  • Phase 3 - Vaccines available widely across Ontario for anyone who wants to be immunized Starting: August 2021
As of Jan 19, Ontario has 14,346 Daily doses administered, 224,134 Total doses administered and 25,609 Total vaccinations completed. To assist with the rollout, Ontario has shared a lits of clinics that will be administering the vaccines. Please note, they NOT open to the public.
  • Grand River Hospital
  • Halton Healthcare
  • Hamilton Health Sciences
  • Humber River Hospital
  • Lakeridge Health
  • London Health Sciences Centre
  • Mackenzie Health
  • Michael Garron Hospital
  • Ottawa Hospital
  • Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre
  • Scarborough Health Network
  • Southlake Regional Health Centre
  • Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
  • Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (selected to test the travel logistics in Northern Ontario and support the administration of the vaccine to Indigenous and remote communities)
  • Trillium Health Partners
  • University Health Network in Toronto
  • Unity Health Toronto
  • William Osler Health System
  • Windsor Regional Hospital
With them not being open to the public, you should always refer to the Getting a COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario page set up by the Ontario Government should have questions about getting the vaccine.
I'll take downvotes for this I'm sure, but if you want a serious reply.... They won't use an infographic at all because they are not AODA compliant. It is actually law that all provincial websites must be compliant. You can design something like this (which is mostly text) to look infographic-ish... But infographics in general are a complete no-go for AODA.
 

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