Already, less than a week later, more than half of them have received the first dose (2,136) in 23 establishments, including the six in the Portneuf region.
The next ones who will be visited by the mobile teams as of Thursday are the some 250 users of the accommodation centers in the eastern part of the region, particularly in Saint-Siméon, Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and Baie-Saint-Paul.
The CIUSSS de la Capitale-Nationale plans to complete the vaccination operation for residents in CHSLDs on January 17.
In total, 12,667 people have received a first dose in the Quebec City region since December 14, the date of the very start of vaccination.
In Chaudière-Appalaches, the clientele of 16 CHSLDs was also targeted following the first shipment of Moderna brand vaccines, thus making it possible to offer the first dose to a thousand people in the Beauce, Etchemins and Thetford sectors. , Lévis and Montmagny.
Vaccination began in the region on December 23 at the CHSLD Paul-Gilbert and has so far vaccinated 4776 individuals.
The Capitale-Nationale and Chaudière-Appalaches regions drew up almost similar results on Wednesday, with 147 and 130 new cases respectively confirmed in the last 24 hours.
The Capitale-Nationale has been approaching the 20,000 infection mark since the start of the pandemic. It had 19,884 as of Wednesday, according to the most recent data from the Ministry of Health.
The Jeffery Hale saw the outbreak within its walls gain ground on Wednesday. The CHSLD portion of the establishment, so far spared by COVID-19, has since January 9 had four positive users and one death.