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There are more COVID-19 vaccines in Toronto up for grabs, but whether you can register for your appointment depends on your postal code.

UPDATE: After just one day of being available, registrations for people in the M5V, M6E and M6H postal codes have been "temporarily paused" until more vaccines become available.

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Another change to Ontario's vaccine rollout means that more people can book their appointment as of Monday, March 29.

In a select number of Public Health Units the minimum age for booking vaccine appointments is now 70 years old, down from 75 years old last week.

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The rules for who can book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Ontario have changed as of Monday, March 22.

Starting this week, all Ontarians over 75 can book an appointment, as well as residents 60 and older in certain regions. 

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Ontario's new vaccination booking system will be up and running as of 8 a.m. on Monday, March 15.

But the province's Public Health Units have different systems when it comes to booking a COVID-19 vaccination appointment

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A Toronto COVID-19 vaccine website launched today and will now help you book your appointment.  

Vaccineto.ca will now help those who are currently eligible for a vaccine to either book their appointment online or over the phone. 

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