Quebecers 2nd vaccine now available four weeks after first

Quebecers 2nd vaccine

As of today Tuesday July 6, 2021 all Quebecers will be allowed to update their 2nd COVID-19 vaccine as of four weeks after their first vaccine by clicking on Clic Santé.

The government is concerned about young Quebecers aged 18 – 29 years of age. Health Minister Christian Dubé says that age group is behind in receiving the vaccine at only 67%. Dubé also added that we are missing our target rate of 75% by 115,000 people.

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“We have two months left if we want an in-class return for CEGEP and university for this fall. We absolutely need have have more than 75% and we only have two months to reach it,” said Health Minister Christian Dubé. “With the threat of the new Delta variant the pressure is on to reach maximum vaccination rates before September 1, 2021,” added Dubé.

“We cannot lock down again. We cannot put people in another lockdown situation after everyone has lived through it for the last 15 – 16 months,” said Dubé.

It might come down to people showing proof they are fully vaccinated to obtain the right to do non-essential services.

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