Shari Heal, right, and daughter Brianna were some of the first to get vaccinated at the Whitehorse clinic, which is now open to all adults. Brianna is 19, making her one of the youngest people eligible to use the clinic, which opened to those over 18 as of Monday. (Steve Silva/ CBC)
Whitehorse is the first capital city in Canada to open its COVID-19 vaccination clinic to all citizens aged 18 and older, the Yukon government confirmed.
People lined up in front of the Yukon Convention Centre Monday for the clinic, which is now accepting residents from the general public in Whitehorse, along with people from Ibex Valley, Marsh Lake,
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