Vaccine pop-up clinic at Praise
Get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at Praise
Praise Cathedral will host an October COVID-19 vaccination clinic for the Black, African, and Caribbean Communities at Praise Cathedral. Black health professionals and community ambassadors will be on-site to answer any vaccine questions you might have. We will be administering the Pfizer vaccine. Every adult and adolescent eligible to receive the vaccine needs to be vaccinated against COVID-19 – as soon as you can! If you are already vaccinated, thank you, and well done. If you need support booking an appointment, or have questions, please call Roots Community Services: at (647) 812-8545.
Download the Vaccination Clinic flyer, and tape it to your fridge.Weekend of October 30 – 31 at Praise Cathedral
COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available from 12:00 noon to 6:30 p.m. on the weekend of October 30 and 31. Limited walk-ins available.
Bishop Walker says, “Get vaccinated!”
“I believe in the science, and I believe in the Word of God. I encourage you to get vaccinated. It can be over faster with universal vaccination. I am fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Its more transmissible variants, especially the highly-contagious delta variant, remain a deadly threat. The vaccines are all safe. If you have not yet been vaccinated, please attend our clinic at Praise Cathedral.
“I am praying that at the end of COVID-19, we are all alive to talk about it. It has been a difficult year.
“Remember, the COVID-19 vaccine does not make you immune to the virus. It makes you far, far less likely to get it. We will still need to exercise good sense and intelligence for at least the remainder of this calendar year. We must continue to wear masks; socially distance; and practice frequent hand-washing. Even as the virus pandemic situation improves, nobody wants to be the last casualty in this war.”
Bishop Lennox Walker