Forget about it. Second dose vaccine spots all booked up at Mississauga, Brampton clinics
If you live in Mississauga and Brampton and trying to book your second dose of the COVID vaccine today at a Peel Public Health clinic you can forget it. There are no more spots available.
The health department says all available spots have been filled at clinics, but suggests that people keep trying throughout the week as new appointment times could become available based on vaccine supply.
Starting at 8 a.m. today, the public could try to book an early second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine but as those who tried found out, it was difficult to do so.
For those who were able to get into the web portal for bookings, many were referred to health departments out of the area, some as far away as Muskoka, Barrie, Simcoe and London.
Ironically, many people trying to book in Toronto were able to get appointments in Mississauga and Brampton, according to social media reports.
For those who couldn't get an appointment today, Peel Public Health suggests trying through hospital clinics, pharmacies and primary care providers (your doctor's office).
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