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COVID-19: Vaccination of Young People Progresses in Ottawa and Otaue | Coronavirus

Radio-Canada was able to meet several happy teenagers at the Palais des Congrès in Gatineau.

I really hope that everything will return to normalSamuel James Santos said. He admitted that at times it was difficult for him to spend so much time at home due to the pandemic.

I hope that we are not [connaîtra] not the fourth wave or that we will not be back in conclusion. It would be awfulhe added.

The vaccinations, organized at schools for young people aged 12 to 17 in Quebec, are due to officially begin on Monday. They can already receive their first dose at Outaouais by visiting community vaccination centers starting May 25.

There appear to be adolescents there as well, as 44% of young people aged 12 to 17 in Otaua have already received their first dose, according to data provided by the Center for Integrated Health and Human Services (CISSS) in Outaua.

Earlier this week, Outaouais vaccination campaign director Nancy Eru characterized the reaction of people in this age group as “enthusiastic.”

To begin implementing the François Lego government’s plan to return to school without masks or bubble classes, at least 75% of young people aged 12 to 17 will need to be vaccinated in September.

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On Saturday in Ottawa, hundreds of young people, ages 18 to 39, gathered at a pop-up community clinic at 140 St. Hand… An event called “Jabapaluza“- a word-purse formed from”an injection“(prick) and suffix”Palooza“found in the names of many festivals such as Lollapalooza,” he greeted the Ottavians with the sounds of ambient music.

“The vaccines are really safe and they are a way to get things back to normal so that we will see our family and friends again and that the pandemic is over,” said Andrew Althausa, a 28-year-old resident of the federal capital who was able to be vaccinated.

One of the young people ICI Ottawa-Gatineau went through explained that it was difficult for her to get an early appointment with the provincial appointment system. By the time all Ontarians aged 18 and over were eligible to be vaccinated in May, there were not enough doses in Ottawa to meet demand.

Unfortunately, there is a large gap between the provinces, so there was not much of a disappointment not to be in Quebec for now, given that they are ahead of the second doses.– commented Amal Azuz, a 31-year-old resident of Ottawa.

I saw that in Quebec all my friends of the same age were already vaccinated, and I had been waiting for several weeks., she added. Nevertheless, this abandoned woman said: very happy was finally able to postpone the date of his first dose, having received it on Saturday as part of Jabapaluza

With information from Mariel Gimon

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