COVID-19 - Protect yourself, know the signs
October 26 – Red zone restrictions extended for another 4 weeks, until Nov. 23
Government of Quebec – Map of COVID-19 alerts by region
Who may be vaccinated
On April 20, the Quebec government announced that as of Wednesday April 21st, people aged 45 and over may start booking vaccination appointments for an AstraZeneca vaccination.
On April 6, the Quebec government announced that as of Thursday April 8, people aged 55 and over will be eligible for an AstraZeneca vaccination, no appointment necessary.
Essential workers and the chronically ill can start booking vaccination appointments in coming days. Source: Montreal Gazette
On March 21, the Clic Sante website announced that anyone over the age of 60 in the region of Montreal may register for an appointment. Vaccinations will be available at pharmacies starting March 22 but to receive one an appointment must be made by registering online or by phoning to make an appointment (see information at the bottom of this box). On March 12 the Clic Sante website announced that anyone over the age of 65 in the Montreal region may register for an appointment. On March 1st the Clic Sante website said that anyone over the age of 70 in Montreal and Laval could register for an appointment. As of February 26, people over the age of 80 who live on the Island of Montreal were able to make appointments.
Vaccinations for those who have appointments will start March 1st at vaccination centres in CDN-NDG including the Bill Durnan Arena, Decarie Square, the Jewish General Hospital and the Glen Site Atrium of the Research Institute of the MUHC (1001 Décarie Blvd.)
To make an appointment, register online here. If you experience difficulties registering online, call (514) 644-4545 or
1-877-644-4545 (toll-free line from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday or 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday).
Testing in Côte-des-Neiges
Both walk-in testing and by-appointment testing are available.
New modality at the Côte-des-Neiges clinic: walk-in (every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.).
Where 5800 Côte-des-Neiges Road. AND Jewish General Hospital. With appointment, in Pavilion N (514.644.4545, daily from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.).
Testing in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (Vendôme metro)
If you have symptoms (sore throat, cough, fever, difficulty breathing) or have been in contact with someone who tested positive or has symptoms, please stay at home and call the Montreal hotline for COVID-19 health questions: 514.644.4545 (Bilingual)
Call 911 if your breathing is very challenging
Call “211” to get bilingual information on community and social services in your neighbourhood or visit the website. Open 7 days/week from 8 am-8 pm. (Bilingual)
May 6: Montreal opened its first mobile testing clinic on an STM bus. These clinics will move around the city and the plan is to open more mobile clinics over time. The clinics are geared to specific targeted groups in the neighbourhoods they visit. Phone 514.644.4545 for information.and read information here.
Access to the COVID-19 screening clinics is open to everyone, regardless of their immigration status, with or without RAMQ coverage.
Register to volunteer for non-profits offering essential services in this difficult time.
Covid community support NDG (open Facebook group)