With the rise or fall in COVID-19 cases, the Legalt government has ruled out the idea of imposing new regulation. Health Minister Christian Dubey believes that after 16 months of sanctions, fully vaccinated Cubans will be able to continue services that they deem unnecessary.
“If things don’t go right and there is an increase in cases in September, we can’t redefine people. We can’t rebuild people with what we experienced in 15-16 months,” said Health Minister Christian Dubey.
At a press conference, he suggested that Quebec would have to make “social choices”. “We have to make choices. There are services that do not need to be available to those who have two doses, ”he said.
He reiterated his invitation to citizens to be vaccinated, especially as dosage is available. Quebec currently has 2.2 million doses, which is practically enough to reach the target of two doses for three-quarters of Quebeckers aged 12 and over.
To date, 2.7 million cubes have received their two doses. In addition, approximately 170,000 Quebecs containing COVID received at least one dose. Thus, 38.7% of Cubans aged 12 and over are considered “fully vaccinated”.
A second dose is available in four weeks at Click Santo
Minister Dubey suggested that Quebecs who want to get a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine could also do so by making an appointment on the ClickSante portal.
« À compter de [mardi] In the morning, it will make an appointment update available in four to eight weeks, ”Minister Dubey told a news conference at Santa Cabrini Hospital in Montreal.
The possibility of receiving a second dose within eight weeks has already been announced and provided, but the minister recalled that it was necessary to go to the vaccination center without an appointment to take advantage of it.
An update on the vaccine will be made Thursday, Dubey said.