When it comes to vaccination, Quebec smashed its own record by administering more than 69,000 doses in a single day. Continue reading
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Vaccination appointments will also be open to all Quebecers who are 60 and older as of Thursday. Anyone 55 and older can also go to a walk-in clinic for an AstraZeneca vaccine. Continue reading →
Quebec’s deputy premier is officially out of self-isolation after potentially being exposed to COVID-19 last week. Continue reading →
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