On Monday, April 3, Ontarians between the ages of 18 and 39 who live in a hot-spot postal code became eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.

Registration opened at 8 a.m., but by 8:08 a.m., there were over 95,000 people in line and the estimated wait time was over an hour.

Ontarians quickly took to social media to share their mixed feelings — excitement about the opportunity to book their appointment, but frustration about the long wait.

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Someone with over 77,000 people in front of them called it The Hunger Games of vaccines.

Another person compared it to the process of buying concert tickets — if anyone remembers what that's like.



Some are feeling less than optimistic about their wait time.

Those who don't live in one of Ontario's hot-spots can look forward to their turn in just a few weeks, as all residents 18 years old and older are set to be eligible by May 24.