Join us January 3rd for a Pfizer and Moderna booster clinic with University Health Network
Our Strip Club Vaccine Booster Drive continues on Monday, January 3rd at Zanzibar Tavern! We're partnering with Zanzibar and University Health Network to offer a low barrier vaccine clinic administering Pfizer and Moderna booster vaccines to community as well as first and second doses to those looking for their initial vaccines. Strip Club Vaccine Booster Drive Monday, January 3rd Zanzibar Tavern (359 Yonge Street) 10:00am - 6:00pm Our low barrier clinics allow those who have struggled to access vaccines to get their boosters in a timely way, especially those who have been unable to navigate the online booking system, provide sufficient ID or proof of address. Our low-barrier clinics are vital for sex workers, undocumented communities, communities living outdoors and others looking for vaccine + booster access who are unable to navigate the provincial rollout, book online, or provide documentation. Through our partnership with UHN we are able to provide proof of vaccination, both through receipts (paper and electronic) and entry into the COVAX system. Anyone 18+ is eligible for boosters 3 months after receiving 2nd dose. UHN is able to administer 1st and 2nd doses to youth ages 5+ at our community clinic. Our low barrier clinics mean:
No ID or proof of address required.
No appointment required.
Administering Pfizer and Moderna vaccines + booster shots.
Questions? Connect with us at email@example.com or 416-964-0150
Zanzibar can accommodate mobility devices, but does not have accessible washrooms. We have limited capacity to arrange appointments for community members who cannot physically wait in line. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about this option. We are deeply grateful to the nursing team at University Health Network for partnering with us on these clinics and continue to advocate for an end to the targeted stigma Mayor Tory and Premier Ford use against strip clubs, exotic dancers and sex workers more broadly through the pandemic. We are partners in public health strategies and stress that continued criminalization of our work, as well as increased stigma and shaming of our communities through the pandemic, only contributes to further violence against sex workers. Connect with us at email@example.com or 416-964-0150 with any questions about our clinic, programs and services.