Quebeckers 45 and ease some of the measures eligible to book the COVID-19 vaccine as a province

Quebeckers who are 45 and older are eligible to register for their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine starting on Monday.

The province’s age limit continues to be lowered as it extends its vaccination campaign to the general population.

Under the latest plan, Quebec is expected to have vaccinations for anyone 40 and older by Wednesday.

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Anyone over 18 can book an appointment by the middle of May. The government aims to give the first shot to all adults by 24 June.

Emergency restrictions are also being lifted in Quebec City and the Chaudier-Appalache regions, where elementary school students are taken back to the classroom after about a month of distance education.

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Last week, Premier François Legault said that the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations also stabilized enough to roll back curfew in the Montreal and Laval areas from 8pm to 9:30 pm Monday was.

With files from the Canadian press

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