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Ryan Reynolds Got A Dose Of A COVID-19 Vaccine

It's official — Ryan Reynolds has gotten a dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 

He shared a photo on social media of the moment, and he was rocking a pink beanie.

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"Finally got 5G," he joked in the photo's caption.

On Twitter, Ottawa Public Health applauded Reynolds, aka "Bruce," for getting a dose, including the hashtag "#VaccinesWork."

While Reynolds didn't reveal where he got the dose, he does have a home in New York, and adults over the age of 30 became eligible to receive a vaccine in the state the day before he shared the photo.

Health Canada has a robust website with all the latest information on the vaccines and can answer any questions you may have. Click here for more information.

The City of Toronto announced on July 28 that it's entering the next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination rollout, and as mobile vaccination efforts increase, mass immunization clinics will close.

"As Toronto's vaccine coverage surpasses 80% first-dose in residents 12 years and older, and approaches 75% for second doses, the City of Toronto will be expanding its mobile vaccination team operations to increase access to vaccines for those yet to receive their shot," reads the press release.

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The company has implemented new safety measures so it doesn't happen again.

Mackenzie Health is apologizing after injecting some Ontarians with saline instead of a COVID-19 vaccine dose. 

In a press release, the health care provider announced that six residents who visited their COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Vaughan on Sunday, March 28, actually didn't receive a dose of the vaccine. 

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Calling all Ryan Reynolds fans! These old photos are so adorable and hilarious that you'll probably end up loving him even more than you already do.

You can find them by scrolling through his Instagram, which is a treasure trove of snaps from his childhood.

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New data show that Canada’s average daily confirmed COVID-19 cases (per million people) are greater than that of the United States for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.

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