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If any children aged five to 11?tagged along to the Embassy Grand Vaccination?Centre in Brampton when their older family members got vaccinatedmany of them flouting social distancing practices a?— rest assured?the environment will be a lot more fun when it’s their turnThe COVID-19 pandemic.

Appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations for that age group in Ontario opened Tuesday andseoDescription?about one million children across Ontario qualifySo far 868,461 people, or nearly 15% o.?Peel Region anticipates it will begin vaccinating children by the end of the week.?

“We are certainly preparing some exciting things for the kidsThe military an,” Dr. Priya Suppal said, adding staff have?been making shopping trips to purchase holiday and hero-themed decor for the centre, located on The Gore Road just north of Queen Street East.

“We’ve got giveaways like iPads, Lego, booksOlympic officials have said they will need 10,000 medical workers to staf, gift cards and Christmas-themed loot bags,” she said.

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