Technical problems on the Clic Santé website
As appointments were opened for the booster dose for people aged 65 and over, Clic Santé seemed to be experiencing technical difficulties.
Many Internet users testified on social networks that they were unable to connect to the site due to delays. Others seemed to be able to connect, but could not confirm their date.
The Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dubé, has just confirmed that the site is indeed facing technical difficulties. He made the announcement via his Twitter account.
Ce matin, un très grand nombre de Québécois tentent de prendre rendez-vous sur Clic Santé. Le site fait face à des difficultés techniques, mais on nous dit que ce sera rétabli bientôt. Nous vous remercions pour votre patience et pour votre engouement.
— Christian Dubé (@cdube_sante) December 20, 2021
Who can make an appointment?
- People aged 65 and over (3rd dose)
- People who have received 2 doses of AstraZeneca or Covishield (3rd dose)
- People who are immunocompromised, on dialysis or with chronic illnesses aged 12 years and over (3rd dose)
- People who have a chronic illness or health problem increasing the risk of complications from COVID-19 (3rd dose )
- People who are pregnant (3rd dose)
- Children aged 5 to 11 (1st dose)
- Workers in the health and service network social workers in contact with users. Proof of employment will be required on site
- People living in identified remote areas
For people aged 60 and over, making an appointment for the 3rd dose will be from December 27.