Here's How To Know When It's Your Turn To Get A Vaccine Dose In Quebec
As Quebec's campaign to give COVID-19 vaccine doses to the general public charges ahead, there are still plenty of appointments available for elderly Quebecers. But what about everyone else?
While there are no concrete dates yet for when people younger than 70 can begin to make appointments to receive their doses, the website Clic Santé notes which age groups are currently eligible in each of the province's regions.
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Residents can review the site to see which "target groups" can make appointments in each area.
At the time of writing, most regions in Quebec are giving doses to people aged 80 and up.
In the Côte-Nord region, Laval and Montreal, the age is 70.
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Over 72,000 Quebecers booked their vaccine appointment within hours of the opening of registration on February 25.
The province has administered a total of 455,328 doses as of March 2.
Health Canada has a robust website with all the latest information on the vaccines and can answer any questions you may have. Click here for more information.
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