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Toronto residents 60 and older can be vaccinated at city-run clinics

Toronto Mayor John Tory said people aged 60 and older, or born 1961 and earlier, can book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at city-run immunization clinics starting Friday of the Easter weekend. Tory had asked the province to expand the age eligibility to fill thousands of available appointments.
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