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Our response to 


Good news! The World Health Organization has recently announced that as of May 2023, they will be lifting all COVID-19 restrictions.


Unfortunately, at this time, the TMC Clinic is not administering any COVID-19 vaccines. In the event of a future necessity, we will revive our vaccine program promptly.

What to expect when Visiting the Clinic

In Clinic:

  • The TMC Urgent Care Clinic Kingsville has an HVAC system that helps to reduce COVID19 transmission


  • Besides the careful, consistent processes we have put in place to ensure the safety of patients and staff during visits, we have made additional improvements to how we operate, including:

  • Monitoring and tracking all potential exposure risks among patients and our staff, including mandatory self-isolation for staff returning from international travel, confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis and suspected COVID-19 exposure.

  • Enhancing office cleaning, practicing social/physical distancing between work spaces and reducing in-person meetings.

  • Educating staff on the most up-to-date guidelines and resources from Public Health and Ontario Health.

  • Securing a sustainable supply of PPE for our staff; they have continued access to all the PPE they need to do safely do their jobs.


  • Clean your hands often. Wash hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Use sanitizer when washing is not accessible.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

  • Practice social distancing (six feet of distance between people). Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Maintain physical distance in public spaces and avoid crowds.

  • Stay home if you are in a higher risk population (e.g. elderly, pregnant, underlying health condition).

    • Opt for a phone consultation ​

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or in the crook of your arm; throw away used tissue immediately.

  • Use disinfectant wipes or sprays to clean frequently touched surfaces.

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