Anyone 18 and up who got their first mRNA vaccine dose can book a second shot on Monday, June 28

Over 76 per cent of Ontarians have gotten their first jab, 30 per cent their second

As of Monday, June 28 at 8 a.m., all adults in Ontario can book a second dose of an mRNA vaccine.

The Ontario Government announced on Friday it would begin accepting appointments at the start of the next work week after hinting this month it would allow the 18+ crowd to do so before the end of June.

“Ontario’s vaccine rollout continues to pick up speed, allowing us to provide more second doses ahead of schedule while supporting our communities most at risk,” said Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health. “All vaccines provide strong protection against COVID-19 and the Delta variant, and I encourage everyone to book your second dose appointment as soon as possible.”

More than 76 per cent of adults in Ontario have received a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and over 30 per cent are fully immunized. On Friday, the province confirmed a record number of vaccines administered in a day, with well over 246,000 jabs logged on Thursday.