Over 25% of Hamilton residents have gotten their COVID-19 vaccine
The city of Hamilton is reporting today (April 16) that 25.4% of Hamilton residents — including everyone who is eligible for the vaccine and is 16 or older — have either gotten their first dose or both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A total of 145,321 doses have been administered, with the most doses (61,452) administered at Hamilton Health Sciences clinic.
The city says all long-term care home residents (100%) have received at least their first dose, and a majority of retirement home residents (93%) and long-term care staff (86%) have received at least their first dose.
The city is continuing to vaccinate its priority populations. Residents who are eligible can book their vaccine here.
The full data on Hamilton’s vaccine distribution is available at the city’s website.
Photo courtesy of City of Hamilton
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