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Last chance for priority access to first dose of Moderna vaccine

February 26, 2021
Summary

March 1 to 5 is your last chance for priority access to the vaccine

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With the arrival of the second dose of the Moderna vaccine anticipated in April, the CBHSSJB is preparing for the next phase of the vaccination campaign. 

If you have not yet received your first dose, next week, March 1 to 5, is your last chance for priority access to the vaccine.

Everyone who received the first dose will be able to get a second dose as soon as the vaccine arrives.  

Since the start of our vaccination campaign, almost 10,000 people have been vaccinated in Eeyou Istchee. This represents about 72 percent of our eligible population, mainly adults 18 and older.  

Out-of-Region vaccination and the Re-Entry Vaccination Program 

The Cree Health Board has reached agreements with the Public Health services of other regions to enable Cree Beneficiaries aged 18 and older living elsewhere in Quebec to be vaccinated before they return to Eeyou Istchee.   

Wiichihiituwin long-term patients and escorts in Montreal will soon be vaccinated at the facility where they receive treatment.  

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