Vaccinations begin for residents in long-term care facilities (CHSLD) in the Laurentians
  Having received the first batch of doses of the Moderna vaccine, the Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) des Laurentides is pleased to announce that vaccinations began for residents in long-term care facilities (CHSLD). Logistics relating to the storage and distribution of the vaccine now make it possible to administer a total of 1160 initial doses in 11 strategically chosen long-term care facilities. The vaccination calendar below covers a two-week period, from January 7 to January 15, 2021.              Long-term care facility (CHSLD)                            Vaccination Schedule
Centre d’hébergement de Labelle2021-01-07
Centre d’hébergement Sainte-Anne (Mont-Laurier)2021-01-07
Centre d’hébergement des Hauteurs (Sainte-Adèle)2021-01-08
Résidence de Lachute2021-01-09
CHSLD de Saint-Benoit (Mirabel)2021-01-10
CHSLD L’Équip’Âge (Rivière-Rouge)2021-01-11
Centre d’hébergement Champlain-de-la-Villa-Soleil (Saint-Jérôme)2021-01-11
Unités du Pavillon et de La Fontaine (Lachute) Centre multiservices de santé et de services sociaux d’Argenteuil2021-01-12
CHSLD Louise-Faubert (Saint-Jérôme)2021-01-13
CHSLD de Saint-Jérôme2021-01-14
CHSLD Au Coeur-de-la-vie (Saint-Jérôme)2021-01-15
  Please note that dates may change. Family members who have questions should communicate directly with their loved one’s facility.
As the next batches of vaccine arrive, the list will be extended to include every long-term care facility in the Laurentians. Vaccinations at these locations will be reserved for the residents of those facilities. Priority groups for vaccination are based on the recommendation of Quebec’s immunisation committee and the goal is to prevent serious illness and deaths.
“With the arrival of this first batch of Moderna vaccines, we are pleased to be able to extend vaccinations to our vulnerable long-term care residents. This will enable us to better protect our residents as well as members of our personnel who are in close contact with them and stop the spread of the virus. In coming weeks, we hope to be able to vaccinate all 2530 residents of our CHSLDs in the region,” said the President and Executive Director of the CISSS des Laurentides, Ms. Rosemonde Landry.