More Regions In Quebec Dropped The Minimum Age To Book A COVID-19 Vaccine Dose Appointment

Five other regions besides Montreal are now letting people aged 60 and over book their first dose.

Quebec's vaccination plan is making moves. The Clic Santé website now confirms that more regions are giving out the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in Quebec to people ages 60 and over.

These regions includ Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Côte-Nord, Laval, Montérégie, and Outaouais. 

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Montreal was the first region to begin giving doses to people aged 60 and up, which began a few short weeks ago.

For many other places in Quebec, the minimum age to book a COVID-19 vaccination dose appointment remains 65 years for the time being.

Eligible Quebecers can book their first COVID-19 vaccine appointment either online or by telephone.