A no-appointment vaccination centre is opening up in downtown Montreal at Palais des Congrès. \n"A few hundred" spots will be open daily to people in "priority groups" who want to get their first vaccine dose, according to a tweet from the CIUSSS Centre-Sud.\nEditor's Choice: Montreal Is Getting A New Public Park With An 'Urban Forest'\n\nDÈS DEMAIN, la #VaccinationCovid sans RDV sera offerte au @Palais_Montreal. Chaque jour, quelques centaines de places sans RDV seront disponibles pour les groupes prioritaires. Dans le cadre de cette opération, nous administrons #PfizerVaccine et #modernavaccine. pic.twitter.com/47b18s23Hn— CIUSSS CentreSudMtl (@ciusss_csmtl) May 12, 2021\n\nThese spots will be open on a first-come-first-served basis and will be available to priority groups 25 and older.\nPriority groups include individuals working in health and social services, vulnerable people, seniors with a loss of autonomy, people with chronic health problems, and people living in isolated communities, according to the INSPQ.\nThe vaccination centre will administer Pfizer and Moderna doses and is officially open as of Thursday, May 13.