In a press conference on May 27, Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé said Quebecers will be able to get their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine sooner than expected. \nFor the AstraZeneca vaccine, Dubé said Quebecers who received their first dose before April 3 will be able to receive their second dose starting this weekend at a walk-in clinic or by registering on ClicSanté. \nEditor's Choice: This Report Shows Which Montreal Boroughs Have The Most Park Space Per 1,000 Residents\n\nLe CIQ indique que l’intervalle de la 2e dose du vaccin AZ peut être abaissé à 8 semaines.Dès ce week-end, les personnes vaccinées avec AZ avant le 3 avril pourront recevoir la 2e dose en sans rdv. La liste sera dispo demain sur https://t.co/CTvwPMERFx.https://t.co/TPmqAN6dQ9— Christian Dubé (@cdube_sante) May 27, 2021\n\nFor other vaccines, Dubé said the government is releasing a calendar next week to begin administering second doses to the general public, broken down by age group — similar to the province's first dose priority schedule.\n"We'll say, 'Well, in June, people in the 80 age category have two days to accelerate their appointment.' After that, we'll go down to, say, 70," Dubé explained.\nYou should be able to make changes to your appointment schedule on Clic Santé beginning on June 7.\nFifty-seven percent of the province has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in Quebec, according to provincial data.