Here's Where You'll Be Able To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Montreal

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Here's Where You'll Be Able To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Montreal

As Quebec continues to receive doses of COVID-19 vaccines, Montreal's soon-to-be mass vaccination sites are preparing to open their doors to the public. This means we already know some of the locations where regular Montrealers will be able to get COVID-19 vaccines

Here's how you can get vaccinated for COVID-19 in Montreal when the time comes.

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What's the order of priority?

The Government of Quebec laid out the order for COVID-19 vaccines by priority group.

People with an increased risk of getting infected, developing complications or dying from COVID‑19 will receive vaccine doses before the rest of the public.

The order of priority is as follows:

  1. Vulnerable 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).
  2. Workers in the health and social services network who have contact with users.
  3. Autonomous or semi-autonomous people who live in private seniors' homes (RPAs) or in certain closed residential facilities for older adults.
  4. Isolated and remote communities (such as remote Indigenous communities)
  5. People 80 years or older
  6. People 70 to 79 years old
  7. People 60 to 69 years old
  8. Adults under 60 years old who have a chronic disease or health problem that increases the risk of complications of COVID‑19
  9. Adults under 60 years old 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
  10. The rest of the adult population

How do I request a vaccine appointment?

When COVID-19 vaccines become available to the general public in Quebec, appointments will be made through Clic Santé, a website used to book flu shots and blood tests, a spokesperson for a CIUSSS network told MTL Blog.

When the service is available, you'll select COVID-19 vaccination on the site and then enter your postal code to find the vaccination centre closest to your home.

Alternatively, you will be able to call 1 877-644-4545 to book an appointment by phone.

What vaccination sites have already been announced?

CIUSSS networks across Montreal have announced some of the future locations of the mass vaccination centres. More vaccination sites will be announced in the coming weeks and months.

In many cases, the centres will be open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. but you will have to make an appointment before you show up.

It's important to note that any calls you receive offering COVID-19 vaccines for a fee are fraudulent. The government asks that you notify the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre if this happens to you.

Here's where you can get a COVID-19 vaccine when the time comes, according to your Montreal borough.

CIUSSS Centre-Ouest

Some areas the network covers: Côte-St-Luc, Westmount, Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montreal West, Outremont, Town of Mount Royal, Parc-Extension, part of the Plateau Mont-Royal borough and part of the Ville-Marie (downtown) borough.

Where to get vaccinated:

  • Décarie Square
    6900, boul. Decarie, Côte Saint-Luc, H3X 2T8

  • An office building
    7101, ave. du Parc, H3N 1X9

  • Bill-Durnan Arena
    4988, rue Vézina, H3W 1C1

Website

CIUSSS de l'Est-de-l'Île 

Some areas the network covers: St-Leonard, Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Villeray–St-Michel–Parc-Extension, Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles, Anjou and part of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie.

Where to get vaccinated:

  • Olympic Stadium
    4545, ave. Pierre-de Coubertin, H1V 0B2

Website

CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île

Some areas the network covers: Ville-Marie (downtown), Verdun, part of the Plateau Mont-Royal and the Sud-Ouest.

Where to get vaccinated:

  • Palais de Congrès
    1001, place Jean-Paul-Riopelle, H2Z 1H5

Website

CIUSSS du Nord-de-l'Île 

Some areas the network covers: Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Saint-Laurent, Montreal-Nord and part of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie.

Where to get vaccinated:

  • Clinique de vaccination de Bordeaux-Cartierville et de Saint-Laurent
    2758, rue de Salaberry, H3M 1L5

  • Clinique de vaccination d’Ahuntsic et de Montréal-Nord
    11201, boul. Lacordaire, H1G 4J7

  • Clinique de vaccination Christophe-Colomb (Patro Villeray)
    7355, ave. Christophe-Colomb, H2R 2S5

  • Clinique de vaccination Sainte-Croix (Vanier College)
    821, ave. Sainte Croix, H4L 3X9

Website

CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île (West Island)

Some areas the network covers: Beaconsfield, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Dorval, Pierrefonds-Roxboro, Baie-D’Urfé, Pointe Claire, Kirkland, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Lachine, LaSalle, l’Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève and Senneville.

Where to get vaccinated:

  • Bob-Birnie Arena
    58 ave. Maywood, Pointe-Claire, H9R 0A7

  • Centre Sportif Dollard-St-Laurent
    707 75e, ave. LaSalle, H8R 3Y2

  • Gerry-Robertson Community Centre
    9665, boul. Gouin O., Pierrefonds, QC, H8Y 1R4

Website

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