At a press conference on Thursday, Health Minister Christian Dubé revealed a new schedule by which second dose vaccination appointments can be moved up in Quebec.\nThe schedule will begin as of June 7. \nEditor's Choice: Quebec Just Cut The Recommended Time Between Pfizer & Moderna Vaccine Doses In Half\n\nWhat's the calendar for rebooking second dose appointments in Quebec?\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux \n \n \n \nThe new schedule will begin with priority age groups. \nIn the first week, people 60 years old and older will be able to book a new second dose time, starting with those who are 80 or older. In the second week, people aged 35 and older will have priority, starting with those who are 55 and older on June 14. \nFinally, the third week will allow people who are 18 and older to make a new appointment, starting on June 21 with those who are 30 years old or older.\n\nSo if I already have an appointment for my second dose, can I reschedule? \nIndeed you can.\nDubé confirmed that even if you’ve booked your second dose when you went to get your first, you should have no problems rescheduling your appointment. \n"No matter what date you had, that you were given for the second dose, you have the right to readjust it," said Dubé. \n"People will be able to speed it up," said the minister.\nBut people will have to do it "correctly" — i.e. wait their turn. \n\nWhat else did Minister Dubé have to say? \nDubé applauded the success of the vaccination campaign so far.\nAccording to him, 75% of Quebecers already have their first dose — three weeks ahead of the original schedule.\nThe province is still aiming, according to the minister, to have "75% of the population, by age category, by August 31" fully vaccinated.\nThe minister also thanked Quebecers for their efforts in getting a first vaccine dose.