Here are the pharmacies administering COVID-19 vaccines in Toronto, Kingston and Windsor-Essex

The Ontario government has released a list of more than 325 pharmacies that will be administering Oxford-AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine in Toronto, Kingston and Windsor-Essex.

The provincial government said as of Friday, participating pharmacies will be offering the shot to eligible Ontarians aged 60 to 64, or born between 1957 and 1961, by appointment only.

With the arrival of 194,500 doses of the newly approved Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, pharmacies began booking appointments on Wednesday in the three local public health units participating in the pilot program: Toronto, Windsor-Essex, and Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington.

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“We are about to achieve a major milestone in our battle against COVID-19, by the end of the day we expect to reach the one million mark for doses administered and continue to lead the country in vaccinations completed,” Premier Doug Ford said Wednesday afternoon.

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“But we are just ramping up and mobilizing even more members of Team Ontario in our pharmacies and primary care settings.”

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Appointments to be inoculated must be made in advanced and the government said those eligible can book here.

Here is a list of more than 325 pharmacies participating in administering COVID-19 vaccinations in Toronto, Kingston and Windsor-Essex:

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