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Task Force updates on new developments


The Kahnaw�:ke COVID-19 Task Force wishes to update the community on a number of developments.

 First, the Task Force is pleased to announce that the Vaccination Center will reopen on June 3, 2021 for persons 12 to 15-years-of-age. Here are some details/instructions:

  • The Pfizer vaccine will be used for this age group
  • 1st date is Thursday, June 3rd from 3pm to 6:30pm
  • 2nd date: Friday, June 4th from 1pm to 6:30pm
  • 3rd date: Saturday, June 5th from 9am to 3pm
  • Those receiving the vaccine must be accompanied by at least one (1) parent who is able to provide consent (if child is under 14 years of age).
  • If a parent cannot be present with the child, the consent form can be completed in advance. Please provide a phone number where a nurse on site can reach one (1) parent for consent at the time of vaccination
  • Anyone under 14 (those aged 12 and 13) will require parental consent to be vaccinated
  • Please make appointments through by clicking on the Clic Sant� icon

Additionally, the Task Force has arranged that Kahnaw�:ke will be receiving the second doses of the Moderna vaccines earlier than previously announced. Details are being finalized and will be released to the community next Tuesday, May 25th.

Finally, all phases of the Reopening Plan will be released to the community on Thursday, May 27th.

Please note: The majority of recent COVID-19 transmissions has been amongst the population under 20 years of age. Parents are being urged to speak to their children and peers about safe gatherings, distance, hygiene, masking, and especially, vaccination. Data in Quebec and around the world is clearly demonstrating a direct link between vaccinate rates and number of COVID-19 cases.  For our reopening to be successful and ongoing, we must be vaccinated.  Please don′t be shy to have these conversations amongst family, friends and your children. 

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