Vaccinating hits lull in Outaouais as public appointments are set to begin

STEPHEN RICCIO
PONTIAC March 10, 2021
Vaccinating in the Outaouais has hit a brief lull as the region anticipates another shipment of doses in order to begin its process of vaccinating those aged 85 and above on March 10 and March 11.
Over the past week, a mere 14 vaccinations were administered throughout the region as part of a province-wide strategy to concentrate vaccine supplies in the harder-hit areas of the province, such as Montreal and Laval.
During a March 4 press conference, CISSSO medical officer Dr. Carol McConnery explained that it was . . .

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