The question on everybody’s mind is when will Montrealers over 70 will receive COVID-19 vaccine? The Quebec government announced today they will start to give the COVID-19 vaccine to Montrealers over 70 beginning next week. They also explained that Quebecers over age 80 in the rest of the province will start to receive the vaccine.
How do I receive my COVID-19 vaccine in Montreal?
Quebecers will be able to schedule an appointment for their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by going online at Clic Santé or by calling a phone number which will be made public soon. They will need to supply their date of birth and postal code. The search engine will then give them a list of available vaccination centres near them and available times.
You will then receive a ticket to receive the the COVID-19 vaccine and there will be reminders sent to you as well. You’ll also be asked to confirm your presence when on site.
Quebecers who do not have a valid health insurance card will need to make their appointment by phone.
At the moment this is a detailed list of Vaccination centres:
- Palais des congrès
- Décarie Square Shopping centre
- 7101 Parc ave office building
- Bill-Durnan Arena
- Olympic Stadium
- Martin Brodeur Arena
- Roussin community centre
- Clinic de vaccination de Cartierville
- Clinic de vaccination de Montréal-nord
- Clinic de vaccination de Christophe-Colomb
- Clinic de vaccination de Saint-Laurent
- Bob-Birnie Arena ( Pointe Claire)
- Dollard-St-Laurent Sports Centre (LaSalle)
- Gerry-Robertson Community Centre (pierrefonds-Roxboro)
- Méga Centre Notre-Dame
- Quartier Laval
- SmartCentre Laval Est.