COVID-19 vaccination now open to people aged 60 and over

Update April 8, 2021: As of today, the Department of Health and Social Services invites seniors from 60 years and over (born 1961 and before) to make an appointment to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Remember that the availability of vaccines being limited, vaccination in the population takes place in stages. Although vaccination takes place by age group, it will still be possible for an older person to make an appointment to be vaccinated even if the vaccination sequence in their region has been extended to the following age groups.

“The third wave of the pandemic is affecting us now, which makes it even more relevant to protect ourselves from the COVID-19 virus as soon as possible. Also, I think it’s important to remember that the vaccine can take up to three weeks to be fully effective. It is therefore essential that vaccinated people continue to respect health measures, ”says Caroline Chantal, director of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign at the CISSS des Laurentides.

Visiting the site Québec.ca / vaccinCOVID is the easiest and fastest way to make an appointment and to follow the progress of the campaign by region.

If you are not comfortable with the Internet, you can also dial 1 866 495-5833. If necessary, relatives are encouraged to offer support to seniors for making appointments online.

For all the details concerning the doses reserved for the walk-in vaccination of people aged 55 to 79, consult santelaurentides.gouv.qc.ca.

March 19, 2021 release

COVID-19 vaccination now open to people 65 and over

The Department of Health and Social Services is now inviting people aged 65 and over (born 1956 and before) to make an appointment to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

“It will take a few more months to immunize a sufficiently large part of the population, but we are progressing very well and that is why I find it important to reiterate that the vaccine can take up to three weeks before being fully effective. It is therefore essential that people who have been vaccinated continue to respect health measures, ”says Rosemonde Landry, President and CEO of the CISSS des Laurentides.

People who are not in the priority group being vaccinated in their area should avoid calling, requesting the website, or showing up on site to get vaccinated. Each group will be informed of the appointment setting for them at the appropriate time.

March 10, 2021 release

COVID-19 vaccination now open to people aged 70 and over

The Department of Health and Social Services is now inviting people aged 70 and over (born 1951 and before) to make an appointment to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

“The massive COVID-19 vaccination campaign continues to go well in the territory. As of March 9 at 4 p.m., 26,674 appointments had been assigned in the Laurentians. I am delighted with the favorable enthusiasm of the population to receive the vaccine. It is together that we will succeed in putting an end to the transmission of the virus. Until then, it remains essential to continue to apply the various health measures, even after receiving the vaccine, ”says Rosemonde Landry, President and CEO of the CISSS des Laurentides.

March 8, 2021 release

COVID-19 vaccination now open to people aged 75 and over

The COVID-19 vaccination campaign continues in the general population, based on priority age groups. In turn, people aged 75 and over (born 1946 and before), as well as their family caregivers aged 70 and over, can now make an appointment to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

“The mass vaccination is going very well. I congratulate all of our teams at 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 the targeted groups who continue to make appointments to protect themselves against COVID-19, ”says Rosemonde Landry, President and CEO of the CISSS des Laurentides.

Texts signed by CISSS des Laurentides are communications written by the Laurentian Integrated Health and Social Services Center. The titles are sometimes adjusted to clarify the context and photos may have been added by TopoLocal. Where possible, a link to the original post is included.
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