Appointment scheduling in Estrie is now possible for targeted priority groups.
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Vaccination for people who have had COVID-19
For people who have had COVID-19, a single dose of the vaccine is required. The infection triggers the immune system's response the same way a 1st dose of the vaccine does. The dose of vaccine given to someone who has had COVID-19 has a booster effect the same way a 2nd dose of the vaccine does.
Note that giving two doses of vaccine to someone who has had COVID-19 is not dangerous, but the risk of having adverse reactions is higher. In addition, the 2nd dose does not provide any additional protection for these people.
For people with a weakened immune system or who had COVID-19 when they were given the 1st dose or in the days after they were vaccinated, two doses are required.
Priority groups for vaccination
The following groups can be vaccinated:
- People age 18 and older
- People age 45 and older with the AstraZeneca vaccine.
- Health and social services workers targeted by phase 2 of vaccination.
- Adults under 60 years of age who have a chronic disease or health problem that increases the risk of complications of COVID-19.
- Workers in environments at high risk of an outbreak.
- Vulnerable adults with significant loss of independence who reside in residential and long-term care centres (CHSLDs) or in intermediate and family-type resources (RI-RTFs)
- Independent persons or persons with impaired independence living in private seniors' homes (RPAs) or in certain closed residential facilities for older adults
- Persons with a physical or intellectual disability or an autism spectrum disorder
- Pregnant women
Vaccination Centers in Estrie
Appointments are available at all nine LSNs in Estrie. If you visit quebec.ca/vaccinCOVID, you will be offered the vaccination site closest to your home.
You will be offered the second appointment when you come to the vaccination center for your first dose.
Vaccination sites with appointment
317, rue Saint-Jacques Nord
Coaticook (Quebec) J0K 2R0
Domaine du Parc (centre commercial)
175, rue Principale
Cowansville (Quebec) J2K 3L9
Salle communautaire des Chevaliers
143, avenue St-Pierre
East Angus (Quebec) J0B 1R0
Centre des congrès
901, rue Principale
Granby (Quebec) J2G 2Z5
3700, rue Laval
Lac-Mégantic (Quebec) G6B 1A4
Galeries Orford (Porte Entrée mail 1)
1700, rue Sherbrooke
Magog (Quebec) J1X 5B4
Centre de foires de Sherbrooke
1600, boulevard du Plateau-Saint-Joseph
Sherbrooke (Quebec) J1L 0C8
Centre de vaccination BRP
1111, rue des Cyprès (Aréna de Valcourt)
Valcourt (Quebec) J0E 2L0
425, rue Chassé
Val-des-Sources (Quebec) J1T 2B6
April 13 : from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Église Saint-Grégoire VII (Salle des chevaliers de Colomb)
5, rue Greenlay Sud
Windsor (Quebec) J1S 2J3
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If you experience unusual clinical manifestations (e.g., breathing difficulties, chest pain, swollen legs, severe and persistent stomach pain, persistent severe headaches, blurred vision) after being vaccinated against COVID-19, call Info-Santé at 811.