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Quebecers can now move up their second COVID-19 vaccination appointments even more

Quebecers can now move up their second COVID-19 vaccination appointments even more
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At a press conference on Monday, July 6, provincial health officials announced that starting today, Quebecers can now move up their second vaccination appointments to take place anywhere between four and eight weeks of their first dose. This departs from their original stance that second doses should occur eight weeks after the first, but now aligns more closely to the timeline that other provinces and countries have followed.

While Health Minister Christian Dube advises that Quebecers should still wait eight weeks, he believes that individuals should be allowed to make their own decisions regarding the time interval in between doses. 

With the added threat of coronavirus variants, this move forward gives Quebecers the opportunity to once again speed up the vaccination process in hopes of finally putting an end to the pandemic that ravaged the province and country for over a year. 

To move up your second vaccination appointment, visit the follow website

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