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Cree Health Board launches Mobile Youth Vaccine Clinic in Eeyou Istchee


A mobile vaccination clinic for Youth aged 12-17 is touring Eeyou Istchee in June. The tour starts in Mistissini June 7, and finishes in Chisasibi June 24.


If you’re 12-17 and want to get the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, the mobile clinic is an easy way to do it. All you have to do is drop by during opening hours. Émilie Moreau, a Public Health nurse, will be on hand to walk you through the vaccination process and answer any questions you have.

  • You don’t need an appointment to get vaccinated at the mobile clinic.  

  • Youth aged 14-17 can decide on their own if they want to get vaccinated. 

  • Youth aged 12-13 need parental/guardian consent to get the vaccine.  

  • If you want to receive a digital proof of vaccination (with a QR code), you need to register for an appointment slot on Clic-Santé. You can sign up while you’re at the mobile clinic. Émilie or Joshua Loon will be on hand to assist with this if needed.  

 Snacks will be provided at the mobile vaccine unit. 

We hope to see you there! 

Emilie Moreau

Émilie Moreau is a Nurse Counsellor with Public Health. She’s taking the Mobile Vaccine Clinic across Eeyou Istchee in June.

Consult the schedule below for details about your community


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