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Les aînés de Mistissini reçoivent les premières vaccinations COVID-19 dans l'Eeyou Istchee

07 janvier 2021
Summary

Le mardi 5 janvier, les premiers vaccins COVID-19 de l'Eeyou Istchee ont été administrés à Mistissini. 750 personnes ont été vaccinées dans l'après-midi du vendredi 8 janvier

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Arrival

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    Richard Shecapio, AED Miyupimaatisiuun and Jason Coonishish, Coordinator of Prehospital Services and Emergency Measures, Nathalie Beaulieu, Head of Northern Operations Centre
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    Richard Shecapio, AED Miyupimaatisiuun and Jason Coonishish, Coordinator of Prehospital Services and Emergency Measures, take delivery of Moderna vaccines at Chibougamau Airport from Nathalie Beaulieu, Head of Northern Operations Centre
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    Richard Shecapio, AED Miyupimaatisiuun and Jason Coonishish, Coordinator of Prehospital Services and Emergency Measures
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    Richard Shecapio and Jason Coonishish load a truck with the Moderna vaccine

Distribution

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    Jason Coonishish
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    Jason Coonishish carries the first shipment of Moderna into Mistissini clinic.
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    Richard Shecapio and Jason Coonishish deliver vaccines to Martin Nyles, Head of Current Services, Mistissini CMC.

Livraison

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    Mistissini Chief Thomas Neeposh and Inland Proximity Director Virginia Wabano
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    Mistissini Chief Thomas Neeposh and Inland Proximity Director Virginia Wabano were among the first to receive COVID-19 vaccination at Mistissini Elders' Home.
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    EEPF Officer Lorie Giroux
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    EEPF Officer Lorie Giroux receives the Moderna vaccine
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    Cree Health Board employees show off number of people vaccinated
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    By Friday afternoon, 750 people had been vaccinated

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Photo credit: Joshua Loon/CBHSSJB

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