As of Friday, March 12, all Montrealers who are aged 65 and older are able to sign up to get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. \nMontreal's regional director of public health, Dr. Mylène Drouin, announced the news Friday morning on her Twitter page. \nEditor's Choice: 19 Dollarama Items You Probably Didn't Know You Could Get In Quebec\n\nBonne nouvelle, les personnes âgées de 65 ans et plus qui habitent à Montréal peuvent maintenant prendre rendez-vous pour se faire vacciner! Pour tout savoir sur la vaccination à #Mtl : https://t.co/G2BU6Ov6og pic.twitter.com/jwYbaarjzw— Dre Mylène Drouin, directrice santé publique Mtl (@Santepub_Mtl) March 12, 2021\n\nAll eligible Montrealers have to do is register online to get a time and date to receive their dose.\nApart from the city's many vaccination sites, eligible Montrealers will soon be able to get their doses at one of 350 pharmacies on the island. \nIf you aren't sure whether or not it's your turn to register for an appointment, you can visit Clic Santé to confirm eligible age groups in each region.