All Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon COVID-19 vaccine appointments cancelled
Published January 17, 2022 at 10:37 am
Peel Public Health cancelled all COVID-19 vaccine appointments in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon on Monday due to extreme weather conditions.
In a statement on Twitter, PPH said all COVID-19 vaccine clinics will be temporarily closed on Monday to ensure the safety of Peel residents as a blizzard warning is in effect for Mississauga, Brampton and many parts of southern Ontario.
“Due to the extreme weather, all vaccination appointments are cancelled for Monday, January 17,” PPH said.
Clinics are expected to resume on Tuesday, and residents with appointments impacted by the weather are being contacted directly.
Due to today's extreme weather conditions, ALL COVID-19 vaccine clinics will be temporarily closed to ensure the safety of Peel residents.
Clinics are expected to resume on Tuesday, Jan. 18. Those with appointments are being contacted directly. pic.twitter.com/gh5lFfbBjn
— Region of Peel (@regionofpeel) January 17, 2022
The winter weather has been impacting services across the Region of Peel on Monday.
Students in Brampton and Mississauga were scheduled to return to in-person learning on Monday (Jan. 17) after the province sent students back to online learning due to surging COVID-19 case numbers, but a winter storm blanketing most of southern Ontario delayed the return to in-person classes.
More than 60 school bus routes in both Brampton and Mississauga are temporarily canceled as Student Transportation of Peel Region said it is experiencing high rates of absent drivers due to COVID-19.
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