COVID-19 vaccination
update June 4, 2021

From June 7, the age restriction will be lowered every day from Monday to Friday

CLSC Metro *update*

Our CIUSSS has confirmed the CLSC Metro vaccination site will be open exceptionally for the weeks of June 21 and 28 to administer second doses to residents who have received their first dose at this location. We are pleased that our discussions with the CIUSSS regarding CLSC Metro have been successful, and that they reconsidered their decision to close, which will better accommodate our residents. We apologize for any stress this may have caused and sincerely hope no further changes are forthcoming.

Change of appointment date for second doses *new*

As of June 7, residents will be able to move up their date of their appointments for a second dose on Clic Santé or by calling 514-644-4545. Please consult the calendar below for the complete list of dates (unfortunately, this calendar which was provided by the government is not available in English).

Mise à jour COVID-19

Please note that when you make a new appointment to advance your second dose, the previous appointment date will automatically be cancelled. Your new appointment will be made at the same vaccination center as your first dose and you will receive the same type of vaccine.

Pfizer walk-in clinic *new*

As of June 5, the Pfizer vaccine – first dose only – will be available without an appointment at the Bill-Durnan Arena, 4988 Vézina Street. Walk-in hours are: Saturday and Sunday, from 8 am to 7:30 pm, and Monday to Friday, from 3 pm to 7:30 pm.

Walk-in clinic for AstraZeneca *new*

As of June 5, a walk-in clinic at Décarie Square from 8:10am to 7:30pm will be open offering second doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to people 45 and older. First come, first served, and while supplies last. Only people who received their first dose before April 3 are currently eligible for a second dose. Those who do not want AstraZeneca as a second dose have to maintain their original second dose appointment.

Vaccination for Children Aged 12–17 Years Old *update*

From May 25 to June 23:  Vaccination at a mass vaccination site with a parent or alone for children aged 14 years and over. 50% of the spots in the evening and on the weekends will be available for youth and their families.

From June 7 to 1

  • Vaccinations of school at a mass vaccination site: Block of hours offered to schools at one of the mass-vaccination sites on our territory.
  • Vaccination on-site at certain schools in the riding. These schools were chosen based on disadvantages rate, the COVID-19 positivity rate, and the distance from a vaccination site, as well as if the school has students with special needs

Back to School Plan 2021 *new*

All students will be back at school full-time for the next school year (preschool, elementary, high school, adult education and vocational training), if 75% of the population aged 12 and over have been vaccinated, if a majority of children aged 12-17 years old have received both doses and if the epidemiological conditions are stable.

Here is the school organisation to be expected if all conditions listed above are met:

  • Normal school organization, without restrictions requiring stable class groups;
  • No procedural masks or face coverings required for students or staff;
  • Full educational services (including special pedagogical projects and school outings);
  • Additional support measures for vulnerable students or those with academic delays;
  • Resumption of extracurricular activities;
  • School transportation under normal rules and without physical distancing restrictions;
  • Cafeterias and lunchrooms organized as usual.

This plan is expected to be updated in August.

Quebec-Ontario Border *update*

The Ontario government has extended its border closure limiting ground travel between Ontario and Quebec until June 16th 2021 in order to curb the spread of Covid-19. Only travel deemed essential and for humanitarian reasons will be permitted.

Orange Zone Deconfinement Measures  *new*

As of June 7th, Montréal and Laval will become orange zones. Here are the new deconfinement measures that will be put in place starting next Monday:

  • Restaurants will be open for outdoor and indoor dining for a maximum of 2 people per table from 2 different households and may be accompanied by their minor children. All the occupants from a single household can be together at the same table.
  • As of June 11, outdoor terraces at bars will be able to receive customers, provided they seat a maximum of 2 adults per table from different addresses. The occupants of a single private dwelling may be seated together at the same table.
  • Schools: Students from high school will attend class full-time.
  • As of June 11th, supervised outdoor Sports and Recreation will be allowed for groups of 25 people.

Proof of Vaccination

Citizens will be receiving an email containing their electronic proof of vaccination. Individuals will be able to download and print their proof of vaccination with the unique QR code included in the email. Paper copies will continue to be given on site after vaccination.   

Booking an Appointment by Phone

The number to call for your appointment is 514-644-4545. The lines are open 7 days a week, between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Booking an Appointment Online

The website  will direct you to the Clic Santé platform to book your appointment.

  • Once on the Clic Santé site, you will need to select the “COVID-19 vaccine” service, then enter your postal code. You must have your health insurance card on hand.
  • Once your postal code has been entered, you will be offered vaccination clinics near you, as well as a time slot. You will choose the point of service as well as the time for the vaccination.
  • You will be asked a series of questions regarding your health status, including whether you have any symptoms related to COVID-19. During your in-person visit, a nurse will revalidate the information entered during the virtual appointment booking process.
  • A “vaccination coupon” will be sent to you. You must have a valid email address.

On the day of your appointment for your vaccination, please only arrive within 10 minutes of your scheduled time. This will help to avoid long line-ups and waiting time.

Health Care Card

Your RAMQ health care card is recommended when booking your appointment. If you do not have one, you may use an alternative identification that indicates your date of birth, address, etc. Vaccination is free for everyone.

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  1. Jan lindstrom

    After consulting ClicSante on Mar 10, I was told that a spouse or caregiver 60 or over cannot get the vaccine when accompanying an adult 70 or over . Which is correct ? It means a saved trip for me.

  2. Andrew Burlone

    EDITED MARCH 19 – An accompanying person may get vaccinated on the same day as the person in the priority group if they meet the following criteria:

    • 65 years of age or older,
    • They provide support, three days a week or more, to their loved ones.

  3. Gayle Clifford

    I am immune compromised on weekly drug injection and I had my first covid vaccination on Mar. 4/21 at Vanjet Vaccinstion center in St. Laurent. Is this correct that I will be contacted by the Ciusse to move up my 2nd dose that is presently scheduled for June 27th or do I have to contact them to acquire my 2nd dose immediately. If so would you have a contact number or email address for me to call or text the proper place. I had the Pfizer 1st dose.

  4. R Schwartz

    My 92 year old mom had her 1st Pfizer vaccine at CLSC metro. When I tried moving 2nd shot sooner (supposed to be July 2) I could not. Not online or on phone. CIUSS said CLSC is “locked” and they think her original appointment will be moved. They will not change location or date for her. My mother is understandably furious. Any assistance would be appreciated!

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