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As Ontario continues to roll out COVID-19 vaccines, pharmacies are now stepping up to help.

Rexall and Costco have confirmed that they will be administering doses at select locations across the province.

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On its website, Rexall lists that 39 of its Ontario locations will be providing the AstraZeneca vaccine, including 28 locations in Toronto.

Meanwhile, Costco is now offering vaccinations at six of its locations. 

However, 35 Costco locations across Ontario will eventually be booking appointments. 

Currently, those who qualify to receive the vaccine at these spots are those who are between the ages of 60 and 64.  

According to Rexall, you will need to show both a photo ID and your health card when you arrive at your appointment. 

The City of Toronto has also revealed that three "mega sites" will be opening for vaccinations in Toronto next week. 

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