Some Confusion Saturday morning at the Salaberry-de-Valleyfield vaccination site, in the CISSS de la Montereggi-est yeast territory, the second dose of the estrogenca vaccine is offered. However, the situation was resolved on Sunday when the voucher system was implemented.
Many were waiting at the Salaberry-de-Valleyfield clinic before it opened on Saturday, which surprised a team of vaccinators on site.
“We have given over a thousand coupons so that people can come back at certain times, and prevent people from having to wait for hours,” said Jade Saint-Jean, spokeswoman for CISSS de la Monterogy-est East. “We were a little surprised by the positive response of the population to this appeal, which is positive,” she said.
Vouchers are still being distributed today to allow citizens to receive a second dose of estrogenica. Additional staff were also hired for the Salaberry-de-Valleyfield Clinic to meet the demand.
Jade St. Jean said the vaccine was progressing smoothly on Sunday. “We are happy to see the enthusiasm of the people,” said a spokesman for the CISSS de la Monteragi-est.
Several doses are available at CIUSSS de l’Est-de-l’Île-de-Montréal
Several doses of the estrogen vaccine were available Sunday at clinics at the Olympic Stadium and the Martin-Brodyur Arena.
“There was a lot of excitement about AstraZeneca yesterday. Today, there are fewer people out there, ”said Christian Mercieri, a spokesman for CIUSSS de l’d-l-de-Montreal, who said the situation was” well thought out “.
There are 1250 doses available at the Olympic Stadium today. CIUSSS de l’Est-de-l’Île-de-Montréal therefore invites those who received the first dose of estrogen before April 3 to come and receive their second injection.
According to a spokeswoman for the CIUSSS du Center-sud-de-l-de-Montreal, Melissa Leville, a similar scenario occurs at the Palais des Congress, which enjoys a “slightly less busy” day.
AstraZeneca’s 681 walk-in doses were held Saturday at the Convention Center. 263 vaccines were given instead of 1:47 pm on Sunday. Currently, there is no queue to receive a dose without an appointment.