Quebec will start vaccinating seniors 70 and over in Montreal subsequent week: report


Quebec is anticipated to obtain 600,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine over the subsequent six weeks.

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Quebec will start vaccinating seniors age 80 and over in opposition to COVID-19 beginning subsequent week, Radio Canada reported on Tuesday.

The announcement can be made by Premier François Legault at 1 p.m. throughout a press convention within the atrium of the Olympic Stadium, one in all Montreal’s mass vaccination websites.

Within the larger Montreal area, individuals 70 and over can even be eligible for a vaccination due to a excessive variety of instances of COVID-19.

Quebec is anticipated to obtain 600,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine over the subsequent six weeks.

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