Local officials weigh in on Quebec vaccination plan

CALEB NICKERSON
PONTIAC Jan. 20, 2021
Two of Pontiac’s elected officials are voicing their concerns over the provincial government’s plan for rolling out vaccinations across the province.
Quebec has taken an approach that doesn’t follow the recommended dosage schedule, planning instead to wait up to three months in between a first and second dose instead of the three weeks or 21 days advised by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna respectively.
According to Pontiac MNA André Fortin, the government’s plan is to . . .

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