Hamilton COVID-19 vaccination program to expand once again

This article, from May 10, has details on the expansion of the COVID-19 vaccination program in Hamilton.

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Hamilton’s COVID-19 vaccination program is expanding to include individuals with at-risk health conditions, individuals from “Cannot Work from Home – Group 2” category (details below), and individuals ages 40+

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COVID-19 vaccination program to include those aged 18+ in “hot spots”

This article, from May 3, has details on the expansion of the COVID vaccination program in “hot spots”, including the L9C postal area of Ward 8.

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Hamilton healthcare partners have announced – effective Monday, May 3 – that all residents 18+ in designated community “hot spots” will be eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine, including those who reside in the L9C postal code area of Ward 8.

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COVID-19 vaccination program to include licensed child care workers

This article, from April 27, has details on child care workers who will be eligible for the COVID vaccine, as of Thursday, April 29.

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More COVID-19 vaccination news, as Hamilton’s healthcare partners announced that effective April 29, child care workers in licensed child care settings will be eligible to book an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccination.

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COVID-19 vaccination program expands to include those aged 40+ in “hot spots”.

This article, from April 27, has information for those 40+ living in community “hot spots”, who are now eligible for their COVID vaccine.

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Hamilton’s healthcare partners have announced that effective immediately, those aged 40+ in community “hot spots” are eligible to be vaccinated – meaning those who reside with an L9C postal code in Ward 8.

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Additional mobile pop-up vaccination clinics for community “hot spot” populations

This article from April 16 has details on mobile vaccination clinics, heading to local Hamilton “hot spots”, as well as news that those 50+ in “hot spots” are eligible to schedule a vaccine.

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To increase vaccination rates in community hot spots, including additional mobile vaccination clinics will pop-up within these communities – including the L9C postal code in Ward 8.

Those born before and including 1971 and are 50+ or will be turning 50 this year, and live in a “hot spot”, are now eligible to schedule a vaccination appointment.

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COVID-19 Hamilton Vaccination Update: A Message from Ward 8 Councillor John-Paul Danko

A message from Ward 8 Councillor John-Paul Danko about the COVID-19 pandemic in Hamilton – vaccination rates in Hamilton including in Ward 8 at St. Joseph’s Healthcare West 5th Campus.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

After more than a year of the COVID19 pandemic, we know that it has been an extremely trying time for Ward 8 residents.

With the changing restrictions throughout the year and now with the ongoing focus on vaccinations, it has been difficult to keep track of the most recent rules and regulations.

However, there is some good news to share!

The City of Hamilton and our community healthcare partners have been steadily working towards vaccinating a significant portion of Hamilton residents, and a large part of that work is happening right here in Ward 8.

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Vaccination update for Indigenous populations

This post, from April 9, has a program update for Hamilton’s Indigenous adults who have received their first dose of the COVID vaccine.

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Effective immediately, all Indigenous adults in Hamilton will be eligible to receive their second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. All members of the Indigenous community who have received their first dose will be contacted this week with details on appointments for a second dose.

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Hamilton expanding COVID vaccination to include those aged 60+

This article, from April 6, has details on the expansion of Hamilton’s COVID vaccination program to include those aged 60+.

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The City of Hamilton announced this morning (Tuesday, April 6) that the COVID vaccination program will be expanding to include those aged 60+

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COVID-19 vaccination program expands to include local pharmacies

This article, from April 3, has information on the expansion of the covid vaccination program to local pharmacies.

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With recent approval from the province, the City has announced that the local COVID vaccination program will expand to include 21 local pharmacies; including a few in Ward 8.

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Province issues “emergency brake”: What it means locally.

This article, from April 1, has local details and impacts of the new provincewide “emergency brake” shutdown.

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With the province issuing an “emergency brake” shutdown as of April 3 at 12:01 AM, the following post has information on service impacts, closings and maximum capacities citywide.

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