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    There will be dozens of vaccination sites operating in Toronto today, with additional pop-up sites where people can get a shot without an appointment. Most of the clinics will be available to those 12 years and older who work or live in select postal codes. Many of the sites will also be offering second doses. Sites offering second doses will be available to those who received a Pfizer shot 21 days ago, Moderna 28 days ago, or AstraZeneca 8 weeks ago.

    Main Square located at Main and Danforth will be open from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. or until supply runs out. First doses eligibility is given to those 12 years and up who live, work or go to school in any “M” postal code. Second doses will be available to those between 12 and 17 living, working, or going to school in any “M” postal code. Anyone 18+ needs to work, live, or attend school in specific postal codes.

    Thorncliffe Park Community Hub at 45 Overlea Boulevard will be open from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. It will offer first and second doses of Moderna and Pfizer to anyone 12 years of age and up living in any “M” postal code.

    Downsview Arena at 1633 Wilson Avenue will open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and offer second doses of Pfizer to those 12+ who live, work, or got to school in select “M” postal codes.

    Mass vaccination sites will also accept walk-ins for those 12 and older from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. They will be located at Metro Toronto Convention Centre at 277 Front Street West, Toronto Congress Centre at 650 Dixon Road. The Hangar at 75 Care Hall Road and Cloverdale Mall at 250 The East Mall.

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