In two weeks, every adult in Québec will be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination.
On April 29, Minister of Health and Social Services Christian Dubé announced that appointment scheduling for the general population will begin shortly.
Beginning April 30, appointment scheduling will be rolled out gradually, depending on the age group.
|Opening of appointment booking||Age Group||Target population to be vaccinated (75%)||First dose received||Appointment scheduled for first dose||Appointments required to reach target|
|April 30||50 to 59 years||866,387||475,737||123,643||261,007|
|May 3||45 to 49 years||396,921||158,258||61,887||176,776|
|May 5||40 to 44 years||439,574||99,556||48,150||291,868|
|May 7||35 to 39 years||423,543||87,039||39,974||296,530|
|May 10||30 to 34 years||415,429||74,090||34,891||306,448|
|May 12||25 to 29 years||413,982||69,939||29,316||314,727|
|May 14||18 to 24 years||498,348||67,588||28,923||401,837|
Significant confirmed deliveries of vaccine doses are expected over the next few weeks in Québec. The total number of planned doses to be received is 2,517,080, broken down as follows:
594,770 doses during the week of May 3
458,640 doses during the week of May 10
458,640 doses during the week of May 17
458,640 doses during the week of May 24
546,390 doses during the week of May 31