October 24, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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Astrogenica | Vaccination for 45 years and older starts in a good mood

Astrogenica |  Vaccination for 45 years and older starts in a good mood

(Montreal) “I am happy, we have been waiting a long time. ”




Coralie Laplante
Tap

Mary Benoit, 49, was part of a queue of dozens of patients waiting outside the Olympic Stadium in Montreal on Wednesday morning to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine.

The announcement of the expansion of the aging population who can receive the cey vaccine vaccine made by Quebec yesterday has prompted many to go the way of vaccination clinics. People aged 45 and over are now eligible for the estrogen vaccine rather than those aged 55 and over.

Good humor ruled among the people interviewed Tap. “I am very satisfied with the company so far,” said Martin Lizzie, 50.

Photo by Martin Chamberland, Press

Martin Lizzie

Rosa Ponce, 45, said she was happy to vaccinate people her age. “I think people aged 45 and over are more motivated to get vaccinated than those in old age. We have children who want to return to a more active life and a normal life,” she said.

Individuals have all expressed a desire to be vaccinated to end the epidemic. “It’s been a long time, we’re tired, we can not do it anymore,” Jean-Williol Geneste exclaimed. The taxi driver was relieved to receive the first dose of the estrogen vaccine to protect against COVID-19.

Photo by Martin Chamberland, Press

Jean Williol Gelneste

A volunteer at the Olympic Stadium vaccination clinic said 200 people had been vaccinated by 10 a.m. Wednesday. Vaccination began at 7:30 p.m.

Patients interviewed Tap There is little concern about the risk of thrombosis associated with the estrogena vaccine. “My daughter told me that women with a birth control pill are more likely to get thrombosis than an estrogena vaccine. If our women can do that, we can get vaccinated! , Laughed Martin Lizzie.

People of their age questioned whether they wanted to be heavily vaccinated.

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