The Quebec City Police Department has launched an investigation after a man tried to puncture the tires of a vaccine-o-bus mobile vaccination clinic in Quebec City on Saturday.
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The incident took place at 11 a.m., when the vehicle was at the center Multitnik de Quebec.
SPVQ spokeswoman Sandra Dion explained that it was possible to “puncture tires” in front of the wheels of a stationary vehicle.
According to information obtained by TVA News, the driver of the vehicle saw the perforated objects. These were withdrawn. No arrests have been made in the case, and an investigation is ongoing, officials said.
Patricia McKinnon, director of vaccination at CIUSSS de la Capitol-National, lamented that “it is unfortunate that people keep items that are harmful to our staff and endanger them.”
“Regardless of one’s opinion on the vaccine, it is not acceptable to target health workers,” she said.
CIUSSS does not rule out the possibility of tightening security around these mobile vaccination centers if this type of incident occurs again, or if SPVQ recommends it as part of its research.
“We want to take care of our world, make sure it works under the right conditions and not go extinct. That’s why we follow the police,” Mr said.To me McKinnon.
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