Here's What You Need To Know About Booking A Vaccine In An Ontario Hotspot Starting Today
Vaccine Hunters Canada just answered all your questions.
As of 8 a.m. on Monday, May 3, anyone who lives in one of Ontario's 114 hot spot postal codes and was born in 2003 or earlier can book an appointment for their first COVID-19 vaccine dose.
If you're eligible but have no clue how to sign up, Vaccine Hunters Canada has swooped in to help you navigate the process with a helpful FAQ page.
The page also answers important questions about eligibility, like what to do if you're 17 years old or if the address on your health card is not up to date. The province's website also tells you what to do if you have a red and white OHIP card, or an expired card.
Vaccine Hunters Canada isn't the only service helping Ontarians book their vaccine appointments either — you can now find all the locations administering vaccines near you by just firing off a single text.
However, if you're planning to make your appointment today, be prepared to wait — just eight minutes after registration opened at 8 a.m., the estimated wait time for the provincial booking system was over an hour, with at least 95,185 users in line.