Some ABL Frontline Workers In Ontario Are Prioritized For Covid-19 Vaccines!

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As regional public health units are prioritizing vaccines for essential workers in the food, transportation, and warehouse industries, this could mean that if you currently work for ABL Employment in these sectors, you could be prioritized to get your vaccine appointment!


How it works:

If you are currently working on assignment for ABL Employment:

  1. Check with your region’s public health department (via phone or website) to see if “Food Industry and Distribution workers” and/or “Transportation, warehousing and distribution workers” are now prioritized for vaccination. (The Ontario Health department lists these employees under “Group 1 and Group 2 Essential Workers who can’t work from home”, and it includes agency employees working in those fields).

  2. Check if your region requires your employer to sign a vaccine attestation / eligibility form.(Call or check the website). Contact your local ABL office and we will help you get it done! You can find all the ABL office phone numbers here:

  3. Book your vaccine appointment with your regional public health department!
Not currently working? Check our job board for opportunities that may suit you: many of our current workplace partners fall under the categories for food manufacturing and distribution, and transportation and warehouse companies. Let’s get you out working so you can move up the vaccination appointment line!

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