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MLHU to open new COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Westmount Mall

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Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) is adding a new COVID-19 vaccination clinic at a third mall in London, Ont.The MLHU says after successful clinics at CF Masonville Place and White Oaks Mall, a new clinic will open at Westmount Shopping Centre starting Thursday, July 7.“With the arrival of summer and warmer weather, many people are spending more time outdoors and they may not be thinking of COVID-19 right now,” said Dr.

Alex Summers, medical officer of health at the MLHU. “Our (new) clinic will allow people who have not received all the doses they are eligible for to get vaccinated.” Monkeypox detected in London-Middlesex area, but expert distinguishes it from COVID The vaccination clinic will operate out of a space beside the Bulk Barrell and will be open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from 11:30 a.m.

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