(by Jonathan Bradley | True North) – Quebec will be expanding its COVID-19 vaccine passport system to require a third dose, said Quebec health minister Christian Dube at a press conference Thursday. Dube did not provide an exact date for the change but said it would be made once all Quebecers were eligible for a third dose. Currently, Quebec’s general population can receive a third dose only if they are 50 years old or older. All adults will be able to get a booster shot effective Jan. 17. Dube added that people would need to show vaccine passports to buy […]

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