In an attempt to fight the third wave, COVID-19 vaccines will now be available to people 18 and over in the province's biggest hotspots. \nThe Ford government announced on April 7 that the most at-risk neighbourhoods in Peel and Toronto will be prioritized in the vaccine rollout, however, it has not listed which areas those are.\nEditor's Choice: All Of Ontario Will Officially Be In A Stay-At-Home Order Starting Tomorrow\n\nTo support this, mobile teams will be sent out to administer vaccine doses to people 18 years old and over in high-risk settings, residential buildings, places of worship, and at large workplace locations in those neighbourhoods.\nThere will also be pop-up clinics in these areas. \nThe government announced that eligibility for the provincial booking system will also be extended to include people aged 50 and up in high-risk areas as of April 9, 2021. \n\nWho is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario right now? \nThe province is currently in Phase 2 of its vaccine rollout.\nAdults aged 60 and older are eligible to get a dose at vaccination clinics, while adults turning 55 or older this year can get a dose at a participating pharmacy.\nWith Wednesday's announcement, eligibility has also been extended to all adults aged 18 and older in hotspot neighbourhoods, as well as teachers in high-risk areas within Peel and Toronto. \nAll across the province, education workers who support students with special needs will also be able to get a vaccine dose. \nThe District School Board of Niagara also announced that its teachers and education workers can get vaccine doses between April 10 and April 18.