Making space for COVID-19 vaccination clinics
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Vaccines play an important role in protecting ourselves and those around us. To help increase vaccination rates, York University partnered with Humber River Hospital to host mass COVID-19 vaccination clinics at its Keele and Glendon campuses for all residents 12 years and older. The clinics offered both first and second doses to residents and those who live in identified hotspots.  

By supporting community efforts, the university has increased access to the vaccine through its central locations and use of campus buildings. 

For more information, visit York University. 

Read more about how Ontario’s universities are supporting the provincial vaccine roll-out. 

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