Toronto’s Phase One vaccination plan includes the vulnerable, including seniors and first responders

In a Phase 1 vaccination plan, Toronto will be vaccinating the homeless population, which faces the highest risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus in the shelter system. The vaccines, however, are still undergoing trial across the world.
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This week, Toronto will begin vaccinating the homeless population in the shelter system. The city said that vaccinating the homeless is a part of Phase 1 priority for vaccinations.

Aside from the homeless population, several other groups of people will be eligible for vaccination: Residents who are 80+, patients who receive medical treatments, seniors in assisted living, health care workers, adults who are receiving ongoing home care, first responders.

Is it safe to roll out such ambitious vaccination plans when the vaccines are still undergoing trials?

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