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Several Ontarians across the province become eligible to book their COVID-19 booster doses on Monday, but apparently, the website isn't working as it should be.

As of December 13 at 8 a.m., Ontarians 50 years and older are eligible to book an appointment for their third dose.

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On Friday, the Ontario government announced an update to its COVID-19 public health measures, including the expansion of third dose eligibility.

In an announcement on December 10, the province said Ontarians who are 18 years old and older will be eligible to book a booster dose starting on January 4, 2022. But, in order to do so, their second dose should have been administered about six months before.

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More people will soon be eligible to receive their third dose of COVID-19 vaccines in Ontario.

On December 2, the provincial government revealed that it will be broadening its eligibilities for booster doses to Ontarians 50 years old and older, as well as more people who are at a high risk of getting severely sick if they contract the virus.

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Third doses of a COVID-19 vaccine could reportedly be available to even more people in Ontario amid rising concern of the Omicron variant.

In a statement emailed to Narcity, Ontario's minister of health, Christine Elliott, shared that the Ontario government is thinking of including more age groups to be eligible to get their third COVID-19 vaccine doses, and will have more to say about this potential expansion later on this week.

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Some residents of Saskatchewan are being offered third and fourth doses of COVID-19 vaccines in order to make travelling abroad and on cruise ships simpler.

In a notice shared on Tuesday, August 17, the province confirmed that additional doses of COVID-19 vaccines would be permitted for Saskatchewan residents who require them, "effective immediately."

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