Toronto to ramp up COVID-19 vaccine clinic operations in response to Omicron’s demand, including opening new centres in both Vancouver and Toronto.
Toronto and Vancouver are ramping up vaccine drive clinic operations in response to Omicron’s increased demand for its services.
The company has also begun hiring additional personnel.
Vaughan has also expanded its current facility in Richmond Hill, and is now operating in Vaughan, Vaughan Town Centre, Sheppard and in Richmond Hill.
As the virus spreads across Canada, the company is now operating in Hamilton, Toronto, Durham, Kitchener, London, and Ottawa.
“This was a very challenging time for all of us,” said Vaughan president and CEO Tom Vaughan. “We knew there were significant risks and challenges ahead of us, but we also knew that if we could come together as a team to deliver on our mission to improve human health and well-being, we could make a real difference.”
“This is a time where we are going to be putting ourselves out there to make a difference to people’s lives, not just our own,” said Tom Vaughan. “I’m really proud of our team. They have truly exemplified what it means to be a team and to have the will and the drive, to see this company through the challenges we’ve faced and to keep our promise to our customers to deliver and care.”
“I am proud to report we have exceeded all expectations which was to start up our clinic in Richmond Hill,” said Tom Vaughan. “We are now operating in the Richmond Hill Town Centre and in Vaughan. The demand for our services is incredible and I am thrilled to be here to support our members, clients and their families in my role as Vice Chairman.”
“I’m so excited to be a part of the team here for this exciting journey, and I’m looking forward to bringing our services to even more people, especially those in the Hamilton area,” said Tom Vaughan. “We’re excited to have been able to open and operate with partners in Durham and Kitchener and now in London.”
“Vaughan is pleased to be able to offer vaccine clinics in the areas of