June 26, 2022

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Palais des Congress has tripled its vaccination capacity

Palais des Congress has tripled its vaccination capacity

Not only will the Palais des Congress finally resume its vaccination activities after December 24, the vaccination center will triple its capacity.

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By January 2022, the number of daily doses offered on the site will gradually increase from 1,000 doses to 3,500 doses.

Palais des Congress de Montreal will continue its vaccination campaign after December 24, 2021, with and without an appointment every day from 8am to 7pm.

The vaccine is given to people 5 years of age and older and is vaccinated against Pfizer and Moderna. Due to the holiday season, the vaccination site schedule may change.

It is open on the 24th from 8am to 5pm and closes on December 25th and 26th as well as January 1st and 2nd. On the other hand, the opening of the COVID-19 Berry Center-sued site (955, Boulevard de Mysanneve Est), scheduled for January 7, 2021, has been postponed.

Work to determine the future occupation of this site is in progress (vaccination and / or screening). Individuals scheduled to be vaccinated at this location will be contacted to change their appointment location. Appointments can be made online at the Palais des Congress de Montreal or at another Montreal vaccination site in Quebec. ca / vaccineCOVID or by phone at 514 644-4545.

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