COVID-19 vaccination

COVID-19 vaccination progress in the Laurentians

OrderGroupStatus   
1Vulnerable people and people with a significant loss of autonomy who live in residential and long-term care centres (CHSLDs) or in intermediate and family-type resources (RI‑RTFs).1st dose administered
2Workers in the health and social services network who have contact with users.In progress
3Autonomous or semi-autonomous people who live in private seniors' homes (RPAs) or in certain closed residential facilities for older adults.In progress
4Isolated and remote communities.In progress
5People 80 years of age or older.In progress
6People 70 to 79 years of age.In progress
7People 60 to 69 years of age.In progress
8Adults under 60 years of age who have a chronic disease or health problem that increases the risk of complications of COVID‑19. /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextSee the instructions for vaccination for this group.In progress
9Adults under 60 years of age who do not have a chronic disease or health problem that increases the risk of complications, but who provide essential services and have contact with users. /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextSee the list of essential workers in environments at high risk of an outbreak and instructions for vaccination for this group.In progress
10The rest of the adult population.Upcoming

Proof of employment recognized for priority groups 2 and 9

Proof of employment recognized for priority groups 2 and 9

  • Professional order membership
  • Employee ID with photo and job title
  • Pay stub with job title
  • Letter from the employer with job title. The letter must also mention that the employee belongs to those invited for priority groups 2 and 9 

How to get vaccinated

You cannot choose the vaccine you will be given. You will be told which vaccine it is when you get the 1st dose.

Making an appointment is mandatory.

To make an appointment : /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextQUÉBEC.CA/VACCINCOVID

We kindly ask you to arrive only 5 minutes before your appointment. 

For those experiencing difficulties or without access to the internet, you can reach 1-866-495-5833 to get help with the online booking.

Interpretation services for deaf, hearing impaired, and deaf-blind : /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextsivet.ca

For people 45 years and older vaccination clinic

Get vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine without an appointment

For people 45 and older (you must be 45 years old when receiving the vaccine)

Do not come to a walk-in vaccination clinic if you are waiting for a test result, if you are self-isolating or if you are quarantined.

These times slots are without an appointment

April 20, 2021
Deux-Montagnes : Aréna Olympia : 611, 20e Avenue (8 am to 8 pm)

April 21, 2021
Deux-Montagnes : Aréna Olympia : 611, 20e Avenue (8 am to 8 pm)
Saint-Jérôme : Quartier 50+ : 425, boul. Jean-Baptiste-Rolland Est (8 am to 8 pm)
Lachute : Aréna Kevin-Lowe-Pierre-Pagé : 80, avenue Hamford (8 am to 8 pm)

April 22, 2021
Mont Laurier: Espace théâtre : 543, rue du Pont (10 am to 6 pm)
Saint-Sauveur: Versant Saint-Sauveur : 191, chemin du Lac Millette (8 am to 8 pm)
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts : Centre sportif Damien Hétu (aréna) : 40, rue Brissette (10 am to 6 pm)

April 23, 2021
Saint-Sauveur: Versant Saint-Sauveur : 191, chemin du Lac Millette (8 am to 8 pm)
Blainville : 820, boul. Curé-Labelle (8 am to 8 pm)
Saint-Jérôme : Quartier 50+ : 425, boul. Jean-Baptiste-Rolland Est (8 am to 8 pm)
Lachute : Aréna Kevin-Lowe-Pierre-Pagé : 80, avenue Hamford (8 am to 8 pm)
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts : Centre sportif Damien Hétu (aréna) : 40, rue Brissette (10 am to 6 pm)

Get vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine with an appointment

For people 45 and older (you must be 45 years old when receiving the vaccine)

To make an appointment : /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextClicsante

We kindly ask you to arrive only 5 minutes before your appointment. 

For those experiencing difficulties or without access to the internet, you can reach 1-866-495-5833 to get help with the online booking.

Interpretation services for deaf, hearing impaired, and deaf-blind : /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextsivet.ca

WARNING : The start of vaccination does not mean the end of /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText health measures, which should still be enforced. It will take several months to protect a sufficiently large proportion of the population with the vaccine.

Number of people vaccinated in the Laurentians

Links

For more information /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText COVID-19 vaccination campaign

To know more about /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText COVID-19 vaccines

To help with /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText informed consent

Why you should get vaccinated : /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText Olivier Bernard, pharmacist

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination : /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText Q&R 

Learn more about /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextvaccine development process

As this page will be updated frequently, we invite you to consult it regularly, as it will provide the most recent information about the COVID-19 vaccination campaign in the Laurentians. 

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In Québec, the COVID‑19 vaccine is free and it is offered only by institutions of the health and social services network. Doses are not available on the private market.

Any electronic communication or call offering to get vaccinated against COVID‑19 for a fee is fraudulent.

If you believe you have been the victim of a fraudulent communication, please notify the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre This hyperlink will open in a new window..