Were you born in 1946 or before and live in Québec? You are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination!
According to the CISSS des Laurentides regional health authority, people aged 75 years and over (born in 1946 and before), as well as their family caregivers aged 70 and over, can now make an appointment. to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
It is also still possible for people who are older than 75 to be vaccinated, even while the opportunity continues to be expanded to younger age groups.
“The mass vaccination is going very well. I congratulate all of our teams within eight vaccination sites across the region. The work they do is colossal and represents so much hope in the eyes of our community. I would also like to underline the support of the population of targeted groups who continue to make appointments to protect themselves against COVID-19,” said CISSS des Laurentides President and CEO Rosemonde Landry.
Visiting the Québec.ca/vaccinCOVID website is the easiest and fastest way to make an appointment and follow the progress of the campaign by region. For those who do not have Internet access or who have difficulty using it, you can dial 1 866 495-5833 to receive assistance. If necessary, relatives are encouraged to offer support to elderly family members with making an appointment online.
People who are not in the priority group being vaccinated in their area should avoid making phone calls, using the website, or showing up at vaccination centres. Each group will be informed of the appointment setting for them at the appropriate time.