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The age requirement for vaccines in York Region has just been lowered for residents in five postal codes.

Anyone who is 35 years old or older and lives in L4L, L6A, L4K, L4J, or L3S is now available to get a vaccine dose.

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Ontario's AstraZeneca age limit has officially been lowered to 40 years and older, opening up eligibility for more residents to get a vaccine dose.

A release by Ford's government states that the province will begin administering AstraZeneca doses to the expanded age group as of Tuesday, April 20.

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Mayor Tory announced that Toronto's vaccination rollout could be changed to prioritize risk as well as age.

Speaking to CP24 on Monday morning, Tory said that the city is interested in more "targeted approaches" for people in high-risk work settings and neighbourhoods.

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The minimum age requirement for getting a COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario is getting lower and lower around the GTA. 

People as young as 50 are eligible to book vaccination appointments in certain parts of the GTA, depending on where they live and where they reserve their spot.

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On Monday, Ontario health officials confirmed that the province would pause administering AstraZeneca vaccines to those 55 years of age and under.

Ontario's chief medical officer of health, Dr. David Williams, said that the province is "pausing on the use [of the vaccines] at this time for those under 55."

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