Montreal’s population of 45 years and older have certainly lined up for the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine over the past few weeks and have dried up all of Montreal’s doses. The Montreal City public health authorities said, It’s been an overwhelming success.”
When the Quebec government lowered the age restriction for walk-in clinics that were giving the AstraZeneca vaccine Montrealers showed up and drained the clinics of all their doses.
“With the appointments confirmed in the next week, more than 20,000 AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines will have been administered in Montreal. The population aged 45 and and older showed up,” said the Public Health authorities.
Walk-in doses are no longer available however, according to the government booked appointments will not be affected by the lack of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. The mtltimes has heard that some appointments have been cancelled due to lack of AstraZeneca COVID_19 vaccine.
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine walk in centres that have been closed:
- Palais des congrès (1001, place Jean-Paul Riopelle, Montreal, H2Z 1H5)
- Montreal-North vaccination clinic (11201, blvd. Lacordaire, Montreal, H1G 4J7)
- Christophe-Colomb vaccination clinic (7355, av. Christophe-Colomb, Montreal, H2R 2S5)
- Saint-Laurent vaccination clinic (821, av. Sainte Croix, Saint-Laurent, H4L 3X9)
- Bob Birnie Arena (58, av. Maywood, Pointe-Claire, H9R 0A7)
- Dollard-des-Ormeaux Civic Centre (12001, boul. De Salaberry, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, H9B 2A7)
- Dollard-St-Laurent Sports Centre (707, 75e avenue, LaSalle, H8R 3Y2)
- Gerry-Robertson Community Centre (9665, boul. Gouin Ouest, Montreal, H8Y 1R4)
- Montreal General Hospital (1650 Cedar Avenue, Montreal, H3G 1A4)
- Bill-Durnan Arena (4988, rue Vézina, Montreal, H3W 1C1)
- Atrium of the Olympic Stadium (4545, ave. Pierre-de-Coubertin, Montreal, H1V 0B2)