December 4, 2022

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Quebec offers the 3rd dose to go abroad

Quebec offers the 3rd dose to go abroad

The Quebec government confirms that recipients in Canada can receive the 3rd dose of the vaccine against COVID-19 if they are not identified in the country they want to go to.

The Ministry of Health and Social Services (MSSS) confirmed this on Saturday morningExceptionally An additional dose of the messenger RNA vaccine is available to those who rely on international travel.

They will be able to obtain it through existing vaccination services and from their general request.

This measure applies to people who have been vaccinated Mixed scheduleI.e., those who have received the covi shield vaccine (manufactured by the Serum Institute of India) or the estrogenca vaccine, and a single dose messenger RNA vaccine.

In Canada, approximately 81,000 people have been vaccinated against the cochlear shield and 481,000 doses of estrogen.

This also applies to people who have been vaccinated with two doses of the vaccine. Covshield.

Concerned travelers can make a breakdown appointment or go to a walk-in clinic, notifying MSSS.

In addition, the Quebec government Negotiations are currently underway with the federal government so that representations can be made so that the AZ and Covshield vaccines are widely recognized internationally, as well as on the mixed calendar., Directs the Ministry.

Some countries in the European Union do not recognize the covi shield vaccine and some cruise ship companies reject passengers who receive two different vaccines.