‘It’s a dream come true’ as COVID-19 vaccine rollout expands to city’s refugee homes

Brendan Kennedy, Toronto Star

With COVID-19 vaccinations in Toronto’s homeless shelters already underway the vaccine rollout has expanded to refugee homes in the city, with mobile hospital teams operating several pop-up clinics in recent days.

Residents and staff at the FCJ Refugee Centre, Romero House and Adam House all received their vaccines on Tuesday.

“It’s a dream come true,” said Francisco Rico-Martinez, co-director of the FCJ Refugee Centre, where 50 people were vaccinated on Tuesday. “We’re delighted.” […]

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