COVID-19: West Island COVID-19 screening clinic opens along with hotline


Beaconsfield is the home to the first COVID-19 screening clinic in the West Island. The CIUSSS de l’Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montreal opened the clinic yesterday (Friday March 20, 2020).

CIUSSS officials stress that the clinic is only accessible by appointment.

Individuals who believe they have mild symptoms of COVID-19 are asked to call the 1-877-644-4545 hotline for an appointment before coming to the clinic.

If you live on the West Island and need answer to the coronavirus please contact the HOTLINE – 514-630-2123.

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

  • Fever
  • cough and difficulty breathing
  • sickness is very similar to cold or flu
  • Older people are at more serious risk
  • People with medical conditions: kidney, lung and heart disease are at higher rick

How to prevent the spreading of COVID-19

  • self-quarantine
  • wash your hands every 20 minutes
  • avoid touching your face
  • cough into your sleeve

How many infected and died in Canada from COVID-19 as of now?

  • infected as of March 20, 2020 – 1,045 cases
  • 13 deaths
  • 11 recovered

The Montreal Times would like to thank all the health workers, airline industry and people who keep us feed. THANK YOU!

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