Ideally, Ontarians will receive the same vaccine type for their second dose unless there are extraneous circumstances.
On Friday, the province confirmed that almost 8.7 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Ontario to date.
The province of Ontario is speeding up eligibility for second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, with officials saying they expect most people who want a vaccine will be fully immunized by the end of summer.
Most provinces stopped giving first doses of AstraZeneca earlier this month due to the risk of recipients developing a rare but potentially fatal blood clotting condition.
The city says booking availability may be limited due to vaccine supply.
You are encouraged to contact the location where you received your first dose of Astra Zeneca, or you can reach out to a pharmacy providing AstraZeneca second doses to book an appointment.
Healthcare workers from Switch Health administer the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at the Ontario Khalsa Darbar pop-up vaccination clinic at the Sikh Gurudwara in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada May 4, 2021.
In a statement to CTV News Ottawa Friday afternoon, Di Monte said the city is trying to determine whether the accelerated timeline for second doses could delay first doses for some residents. There are 624,920 people in the province fully vaccinated.
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"That's in our planning already".
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"We need to go back to what made us successful in the first and second wave, which was adhering to public health measures, again, the responsibility of individuals".
The province also confirmed today that it plans to speed up the interval between first and second doses in Ontario, starting with people over the age of 80 next week.
Guidance on the administration of AstraZeneca second doses for the general population will be provided before the recommended 12-week interval between doses, which begins the second week of June.
"It's been nearly like being in jail".
Week of July 19: individuals who received their first dose between the week of April 19 to May 9, on a "first-in, first-out" basis.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath said the approach risks repeating the "Hunger Games" outcome of the first round, which has seen people scrambling to snap up appointments.
"I'm really glad they managed to get enough vaccines to do it", said Croziers.
Those who received their first dose between May 10 and May 30 including those who cannot work from home or have at-risk health conditions can start rebooking August 2. If someone books a second dose appointment sooner than the one they originally had, their later appointment will be automatically cancelled. Moving up the date of your second dose is optional. "With over 65 per cent of adults having received at least their first shot, we have now administered more than 8.5 million doses".
"We continue discussions talks with a variety of stakeholders on getting more vaccines so that we can vaccinate as many Rwandans as we can, in order to defeat this pandemic", he added.
"It's going to depend. That means we will expand second doses based on the date you received your first", said Ford.