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Two vaccine clinics are popping up in Scarborough this week and all locals over the age of 18 are eligible for a dose. 

Residents of M1G and M1J can go to one of two pop-up clinics located at the Woburn Collegiate Institute and John McCrae Public School. 

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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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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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Three new Toronto vaccine pop-up clinics are providing doses to residents in seven postal codes this week.

Rexdale Community Centre, Driftwood Community Centre, and Parkway Forest Community Centre will host clinics for M9V, M3J, M3L, M3N, M9M, M9L and M2J residents.

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If you're looking to book an appointment at Toronto's COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinics, you might be out of luck. 

The City of Toronto announced on Wednesday that most of its incoming mobile and pop-up vaccine clinics would be restricted to walk-up appointments only. 

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