The Regional Municipality of York, in partnership with the Ministry of Health, will be offering a pop-up COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic in the Town of Aurora on Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30. The clinic will operate from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will be located at the Aurora Community Centre, 1 Community Centre Lane.

“I am excited to work with our regional and provincial partners to bring this opportunity to all Aurorans,” says Aurora Mayor Tom Mrakas. “Now everyone aged 12 and over who lives or works in Aurora has the opportunity to get vaccinated and be part of the solution to keeping our community healthy and safe.”

Anyone 12 years of age and older who lives, works or attends school in the Town of Aurora is eligible to book an appointment to receive a vaccine.

Currently, Pfizer is the only vaccine authorized by the Government of Canada for those age 12 to 17. Individuals must be 12 years old as of the date of their appointment.

Individuals 13 years of age and under require a parent or legal guardian to provide consent at the time of the vaccination. If a parent or legal guardian is unable to accompany their 12 and/or 13-year-old child to the appointment they then can complete and sign a consent form and send it with the child to the appointment.

Eligible individuals can book an appointment by visiting york.ca/covid19vaccine as of Friday, May 21, 2021 at 8:30 a.m.

If you require telephone assistance booking an appointment, please contact Access York at 1-877-464-9675.

This pop-up clinic will be located outdoors. Individuals are encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather and protect themselves against the sun.

Continue to visit york.ca/covid19vaccine for the latest information on clinics and appointments available to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.