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The first dose of the vaccine is available without appointment for those aged 18 and over La Nouvelle Union and L’Avenir de l’Érable

Anyone 18 years of age or older can visit one of the CIUSSS MCQ vaccinations without an appointment to receive their first dose of Moderna vaccine.

“Quebec’s national holiday is approaching and we are close to the goal of vaccinating 75% of the population with the first dose. For this in our region, it is necessary to vaccinate about 30,000 more people. We need to encourage mainly young people between the ages of 18 and 39. To do this, several steps are taken to reach them on an individual basis. In particular, we have a mobile vaccination clinic set up in collaboration with Kruger and UQTR, which visits places frequented by young people in the region, such as the UQTR, as well as Ségép de Trois Rivieres, Drummondville and Chavinigan. In addition, on Saturday 26 June, a mobile vaccination team will travel to downtown Trois-Rivieres as part of the Festivoix festival to offer the first dose of vaccine. Check out the schedule of vaccination points and the schedule of the mobile clinic. “

Vaccination for children 12-17 years old

Due to delays in the delivery of the vaccine, Pfizer is currently unable to offer the CIUSSS MCQ a formula for this vaccine. However, young people between the ages of 12 and 17 can make an appointment through the Clic Santé portal to receive their first dose. At Maurice and the Center du Quebec, 22,553 young people aged 12 to 17 received the first dose of the vaccine.

Phone support for promoting 2nd dose of vaccine

The CIUSSS MCQ team is aware that some people find it difficult to expect a second dose. These people are encouraged to make an appointment in the troubleshooting module of the Clic Santé portal. To avoid travel as much as possible, CIUSSS MCQ will contact people who have made an appointment in the troubleshooting module by phone to help them make an appointment in advance. “If we are unable to reach you, you can come to the troubleshooting meeting and we will help you get ahead of the meeting. During this time, you may be offered a vaccine if doses are available. “

Vaccination offer

1st dose of vaccine

Moderna

(18 years and older)

Available without appointment.

Available by appointment.

No appointment at any time, according to the schedule of sites.

No appointment in the mobile vaccination room on schedule.

By appointment at the Clic santé portal.

Pfizer

(12 years and older)

Available by appointment Only by appointment at the Clic santé portal. (Quantity is limited due to delivery delay)

2nd dose of vaccine *

* It is important to observe 8 weeks between two doses.

Moderna

(18 years and older) Available by appointment. Ability to keep your current appointment.

Ability to make an appointment on the Clic santé portal.

Pfizer

(12 years and older) Available by appointment. Ability to keep your current appointment.

Not available without recording

Ability to make an appointment on the Clic santé portal.

Astrazeneca *

* You can choose Moderna or Pfizer vaccine as the second dose, depending on the availability of the vaccine. Available by appointment. Ability to keep your current appointment.

Not available without recording

Ability to make an appointment on the Clic santé portal.

Difficulty switching to a second dose

Make an appointment in the troubleshooting module of the Clic santé portal.

We’ll call you back to support you and save you the hassle of traveling.

If we are unable to reach you, you can come to a troubleshooting meeting and we will help you get ahead of the meeting. During this time, you may be offered a vaccine if we have available doses.

If you do not want to register for the troubleshooter module, you can call support at 1 877-644-4545.

Immunization statistics

Number of doses administered: 446 652

Number of people vaccinated with the first dose: 363,603 (69.6%)

Number of people vaccinated with two doses: 83,049 (15.8%)

Vaccination coverage (as of 21 June 2021)

12-17 years: 71.4%

18-29 years old: 59.5%

30-39 years: 63.1%

40-49 years: 73.9%

50-59 years: 82.9%

60-69 years: 91.2%

70 years and over: 94.9%

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