On December 17, Quebec's Ministry of Health and Social Services issued a press release detailing the next 21 locations that will be receiving COVID-19 vaccines, manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech, in the coming days.
The ministry's statement said vaccinations at the new sites will be rolled out as early as December 21. So far, 1,613 doses of the vaccine have been doled out in Quebec, with 4,875 doses expected to be administered by the end of this week.
Approximate percentage of Quebecers expected to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by April 1, 2021
Quebec expects to vaccinate up to 650,000 people by April 1 of next year.
Priority groups, singled out by the Quebec Immunization Committee, were chosen to receive part of the first round of vaccinations in order to prevent serious illness and death.
Below you can see which provincial sites are set to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Quebec the week of December 21.
Two of the sites below, CHG Maimonides in Montreal and CHSLD Saint-Antoine in Quebec City, have already begun administering vaccinations.
CHSLD Jeanne Le Ber - IUSMM
CHSLD de l’Hôpital Sainte-Anne
Hôpital de la Cité-de-la-Santé
Société d’agriculture de Saint-Hyacinthe, Pavillon la COOP
Clinique de vaccination Quartier Dix30
CHSLD de Rimouski
Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Québec
Centre d’hébergement Saint-Antoine
Hôpital de Saint-Georges
Hôpital de Sept-Îles
Centre de foires de Sherbrooke
CHSLD New Carlisle
Mauricie and Centre-du-Quebec
Mauricie: Centre multiservices de santé et de services sociaux Cloutier
Centre-du-Quebec: Centre communautaire Drummondville-Sud
Centre hospitalier régional de Lanaudière (Saint-Charles-Borromée)
Clinique désignée de dépistage (Boisbriand)
CHSLD de la Colline
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