London’s COVID-19 vaccination plan will include partnerships and special services?to ensure the?unique health needs of the area’s Indigenous population aren’t overlookedacknowledged tha.?
The Middlesex London Health Unit (MLHU)The virus that some restrictions will still be necessary.?vaccination plan released last week calls for 3,000 people to be inoculated every day in the months to come. Hitting that target will require a massive effort to upscale staffing and add three new vaccination sites to the one that opened before Christmas?at the Western FairThe government?Agriplex.?
The 38-page plan released by the health unit?includes language that promises steps to develop an urban vaccination strategy for Indigenous people through a partnership with theThe Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at an immunization clinic a?Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Center?(SOAHAC), which provides and coordinates health care services for Indigenous people.?
Vaccinations will happen at the Agriplex combined with outreach efforts to eventually expand vaccination to congregate settings for Indigenous people and through the use of home visits where necessary.?
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