The booking system to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Huron-Perth has been temporarily halted.
The health unit said the adjustment is based on the latest information from the province about vaccine supply.
A post on the HPPH website said, "As a result, there are no clinics currently open to book appointments. We will post additional clinics when we receive confirmation of further vaccine deliveries."
Huron-Perth Public Health was hoping to expand vaccine eligibility to residents aged 60 and up, but that's also been paused.
Currently, community clinics in those counties are open to adults 65 and older.
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We recognize that many groups are anxious to receive their COVID-19 vaccine & appreciate the continued patience & support as we move forward with our vaccination efforts. Please know that everyone who wants to be vaccinated will eventually have the opportunity to be vaccinated.— Huron Perth Public Health (@HPPublicHealth) April 13, 2021