The truck, equipped with a speaker system, has been broadcasting messages in several languages on the streets of Montreal since Saturday morning, to persuade the population to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
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The government is taking really great steps to warn people that there is still room in vaccination clinics on and off Montreal Island with and without an appointment.
The truck transmits messages in different languages to reach all cultural groups who do not have a good command of French or English.
We were able to see him exclusively driving on the streets of C -te d’Ivoire – Notre-Dame-de-Greece borough on Saturday.
In an interview with LCN, Lucy Tremble, director of vaccination at the CIUSSS du Center-u East-de-L-de-Montreal, said: “We want to be closer to the people.
“We have a lot of multicultural clients, so this truck travels to Cavendish, Saint-Jacques and Sherbrook by inviting them to be vaccinated,” she said.
20,000 doses should be distributed
Health and Social Services Minister Christian Dubey said he plans to sell 20,000 doses of vaccines in the metropolis this weekend.
“Larger size, higher antibody production, better protection. The more antibodies you have, the more you will be protected from infection, but most of all, if you are infected, you will have a better chance of infection, ”said Professor Benoit Barbeau of the Department of Biological Sciences. At UQAM.
More places for vaccination
The West Island of Montreal Integrated University Health and Social Services Center (CIUSSS) confirms that there are still places available this weekend for people who want to be vaccinated.
“I think we have made the right decisions and we want to maximize the vaccination fund. We have to make extraordinary efforts on this,” D said.r Franకోois Marquis, head of the intensive care unit at the hospital Mysonnev-Rosemont.
There is also an estrogenica vaccine dosage at the Bill-Durnon Arena in the C -te d’Ivoire Niges, where there is a walk-in clinic.