May 28, 2022

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Vaccination of children aged 30 to 34 years: Half of them already have an appointment in Quebec

Vaccination of children aged 30 to 34 years: Half of them already have an appointment in Quebec

At this age, 52% have an appointment to be vaccinated or to be vaccinated soon. There is also strong enthusiasm in Chaudhary-Appalachians, where 46% of people between the ages of 30 and 34 have made an appointment or have already been vaccinated.

Of those aged 35 and over, more than 60% of all ages are now vaccinated or have made an appointment.

The second dose of RPA

Administration of the 2nd dose began at the Private Seniors Residence (RPA) in Capitol-National and Chowder-Appalachs.

On the north coast, 171 living environments will be visited by the end of this month. Nearly 15,000 residents from RPAs and religious communities received their first dose in February. CIUSSS de la Capital-National says the second dose will be given within the 112-day period recommended by the Quebec Immunization Committee.

The administration of the second dose began Monday on the South Coast, and more than 1,000 seniors in ten residences can receive it.

Encourages review

The great Quebec City area has the best record since the end of March with 119 new cases, 48 ​​in Capitol-National and 71 in Chowder-Appalachs.

Residents of both regions can also benefit, except for MRC Robert-Klich, Beas-Sortigan and Les Etchemins. Some relaxation of health measures Since Monday morning. Unnecessary businesses were able to reopen and especially the curfew was reduced to 9:30 p.m.

Beauce is still one of the sub-regions of Quebec, where COVID-19 is highly circulating, with 539 active cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

At the regional level, Quebec also sets its own record Best results in recent weeks With 662 new cases. There were a slight 543 people in the hospital, including 123 in intensive care.