The Ontario government has partnered with Metrolinx to provide a safe, reliable and convenient option for people to receive theirvaccine.
GO buses have been converted to serve as mobile vaccine clinics to getdirectly to people, wherever they are located – travelling to malls, festivals, community hubs and events across Southern Ontario and beyond. Including one in Stouffville on January 21 and 22 at Soccer City.
The mobile clinic includes first, second, and third doses, as well as the paediatric Pfizer vaccine for children aged five to 11.
Each bus operates as a fully functioning vaccine clinic with the necessary supplies and trained staff to provide assistance to people and ensure vaccines are administered safely.
Allsafety precautions will be followed on board, including the required pre-vaccination screening and post-vaccination monitoring.
If you would like to get vaccinated at a GO-VAXX bus mobile clinic, remember to: bring your health card or driver’s licence, wear a mask and wear a loose-fitting shirt to allow easy access to your upper arm.
GO-VAXX clinics are by appointment only. Walk-ins will no longer be accepted. Do not visit the GO-VAXX bus clinic if you have COVID-19 symptoms.
To book an appointment, visit the or call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at vaccination portal1-833-943-3900.
Photos: Mayor Iain Lovatt and MPP Paul Calandra stopped by the GO-VAXX bus mobile clinic on January 21.