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Quebec will offer 5th dose of COVID-19 vaccine to all adults as of Aug. 29

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Quebec has begun offering a fifth dose of vaccine against COVID-19 for residents of long-term care homes and private senior residences. The Health Department says it launched the new vaccine campaign for at-risk people because it expects infections to rise in the fall after schools reopen.
1 month ago·Montreal, Canada

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Quebec will offer 5th dose of COVID-19 vaccine to all adults as of Aug. 29

Starting today, people aged 75 and over can make an appointment for their fifth COVID-19 vaccine dose. Appointments for people aged 60 and over will open Aug. 22, with those aged 18 and over eligible as of Aug. 29.

1 month ago·Canada
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The Toronto StarThe Toronto Star

Quebec starts offering fifth dose of COVID-19 vaccine to long-term care residents

Quebec on Monday started offering fifth doses of COVID-19 vaccine to residents of long-term care homes and private seniors residences.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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Winnipeg Free PressWinnipeg Free Press

Quebec starts offering fifth dose of COVID-19 vaccine to long-term care residents

MONTREAL – Quebec has begun offering a fifth dose of COVID-19 vaccine to residents of long-term care homes and private seniors residences. The Health Department says it launched the new vaccine campaign for at-risk people because it expects infections to rise in the fall after schools reopen. It says the recommended interval between booster doses […]

1 month ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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The Epoch TimesThe Epoch Times

Quebec Starts Offering 5th Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine to Long-Term Care Residents

Quebec has begun offering a fifth dose of COVID-19 vaccine to residents of long-term care homes and private seniors residences. The Health Department says it launched the new vaccine campaign for at-risk people because it expects infections to rise in the fall after schools reopen. It says the recommended interval between booster doses is at least five months. Public health director Dr. Luc Boileau has said the government will be intensifying it…

1 month ago·New York, United States
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Vancouver SunVancouver Sun

COVID-19 update for Aug. 15: Britain first to approve Omicron-adapted vaccine | Ikea shopper panic over Shanghai lockdown | Quebec on 5th doses for long-term care residents

Here’s your update with everything you need to know on the COVID-19 situation in B.C. and around the world for Aug. 15, 2022. Read More

1 month ago·Vancouver, Canada
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City NewsCity News

Québec starts offering fifth dose of COVID-19 vaccine to long-term care residents

The health department says it launched the new vaccine campaign for at-risk people because it expects infections to rise in the fall after schools reopen.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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