In addition to updating you daily on COVID-19 cases in Toronto, toronto.com is keeping track of each COVID-19 vaccine offered in the city.
As of 8 a.m. on January 10, Toronto Public Health (TPH) is reporting that 6,163,180 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been given, after 122,595 shots since January 6.
The chart below uses in-depth data published by TPH, which is updated twice weekly. The data in this chart is from January 10th.
The province has prioritized who gets the vaccine in the three-phase rollout:
- Phase 1 (December 2020 to March 2021): Residents, employees, essential caregivers and other workers residing in living settings for senior citizens; health care workers, including hospital workers, staff working or studying in hospitals, and health care workers; Adults in First Nations, Métis and Inuit populations and adult recipients of older home health care.
- Phase 2 (March to July 2021): Roughly 8.5 million people live in groups such as seniors and work in high-risk collective settings such as shelters, front-line workers, individuals with high-risk chronic conditions and their caregivers, and others who seek health care across Ontario. There are constraints related to determinants. who are in greater COVID-19.
- Phase 3 (August 2021 and onwards, depending on availability of vaccines): The remaining Ontarians in the general population who want to get the vaccine will receive it.
Ontario has also been administering vaccines throughout the province. Below are the provincial numbers, updated daily by the Toronto Star, toronto.com’s sister outlet.
Are you interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine? To book an appointment, visit: covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine
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