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The province of B.C. is opening up COVID-19 vaccine booking to all adults and people as young as 18 will be able to book by Friday, April 23. 

To avoid overloading the system, the Government of B.C. has released a schedule that allows British Columbians to register on designated days in accordance with their age group.

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On Friday, April 16, health officials provided an update on Canada's vaccine supply.

Trudeau announced that the country has secured an additional 8 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine and Minister Anita Anand expanded upon the current situation of the "overall vaccination campaign." 

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Millions of doses of the Johnson & Johnson single-dose COVID-19 vaccine have now been administered in the United States, but the shot is now causing concern at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

On Tuesday, both organizations issued a statement recommending a "pause" to the vaccine after six recipients in the U.S. reported cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. 

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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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Canadian retailer Hudson’s Bay has approached the federal government about offering its department stores as locations for COVID-19 vaccination clinics, according to a new report.

The concept of Hudson’s Bay COVID-19 vaccination clinics has been shared with governments and health officials across the country, per The StarPhoenix.

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