COVID-19 vaccination sites: upcoming changes

According to the CISSS des Laurentides the COVID-19 vaccination campaign is a real success and is still continuing for people 12 years of age and over. However, the CISSS des Laurentides is informing the population that some vaccination sites will soon change their address.

In Lachute as of September 2, 2021 the vaccination clinic moves to Carrefour D’Argenteuil 505, av. Béthany, Lachute J8H 4A6


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In Deux-Montagnes after August 29, 2021 there will be a reorientation towards the other sites of vaccination in the region

In Blainville there is no change and vaccinations will continue to take place in the COVID-19 vaccination clinic at 820, boul. Curé-Labelle, Blainville J7C 2K6

Over the next few days, the CISSS des Laurentides will be disseminating more information about

each move or closure of vaccination sites. “These changes are necessary since some of our partners, in particular arenas and recreation halls, must now resume their activities. We therefore had to review the location of certain sites,” explained Rosemonde Landry, President and CEO of the CISSS des Laurentides, warmly thanking all the employees who have helped to set up vaccination sites that are easily accessible to the population.

“The new sites have been identified taking into account the vaccination rate of the population in each sector of the region. We would also like to take this opportunity to remind you that a shuttle service and support is available, you just have to make a request by calling the appointment center at 1-877-644-4545. In addition, mobile vaccination teams will be set up throughout the region in order to continue local vaccination, ”Ms. Landry also specified.

To date, 85.5% of people have received a first dose and 75% of people are fully immunized in the region. Those who have not received both doses of the vaccine are encouraged to visit one of the vaccination sites in the region, as this is the best way to protect themselves against variants of the virus.