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Quebec is rumoured to move up second vaccination appointments sooner than expected

Quebec is rumoured to move up second vaccination appointments sooner than expected
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The Quebec government is planning to vaccinate at least 80% of the adult population with a minimum of one dose by June 24th, which is a 5% increase from what they had initially stated earlier this year. Now that the age limit for vaccinations has lowered to 12 years old and up, we are expecting an even bigger increase in the percentage of the vaccinated population.

An anonymous source shared that the Quebec government is planning to modify the Clic Santé website to allow Quebecers to book their second vaccination appointments one to two months before the appointment booked previously.

In addition, this week Quebec surpassed Alberta and Saskatchewan with the most first dose vaccinations against COVID-19, among all other provinces.

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