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An increasing number of Canadian provinces say they’ll be suspending the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for young people.

P.E.I. was the first region to announce the update on March 29, with the province making moves to cancel appointments for this vaccine for eligible people aged between 18 and 29.

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In a new statement, Health Canada confirmed that the product monograph — or label — on AstraZeneca vaccines has been updated to include information about blood clots.

Following reports of “very rare adverse events” in Europe, the federal health agency confirmed that they had worked very closely with regulators to consider the evidence and update the vaccine’s label.

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It seems that some people aren't waiting their turn to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario. 

The Ontario government told Narcity on Tuesday that they have already received reports of alleged "queue jumping" at vaccination clinics. 

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Police are now responding to reports of yet another person throwing bottles in Toronto, making it the third since Sunday.

Officers are en route to the Weston Road and Sheppard Avenue West area, where bottles have reportedly been falling from a building.

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With people now getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Canada is keeping track of what reactions people have afterwards and making that information public.

Dr. Theresa Tam announced on January 8 that online reports about vaccines will be updated every Friday afternoon with information on how many people had reactions, their age and sex, the vaccine type and the exact reactions.

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