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    IMPORTANT MESSAGE

    As of October 15, vaccine passports will be required in all CISSS de Laval facilities and all Laval  Intermediate resources, Family-type resources and Private seniors’ residences.

    Vaccine passports will not be required for:

    • Anyone entering one of these places to receive health or social services
    • Anyone accompanying a child under age 14
    • Anyone accompanying someone delivering a baby
    • Anyone accompanying someone incapable of consenting to the care their state of health requires
    • Anyone accompanying someone who, for health or safety reasons, requires assistance that the facility cannot provide
    • Anyone visiting a loved one in end-of-life care
    • A parent or guardian of a child in a rehabilitation centre for troubled youth
    • Anyone awarded visiting rights by the Court of Québec.

    Concerning hospitals centers and living environments

    Do you have a family doctor? It is your first resort for any type of health problem.

    Did you know that family medicine groups (GMF) give you access to health care and psychosocial services?

    For more information, see the page Ouvre un lien interne dans une nouvelle fenêtre Find a point of service

     

     

    You don't have a family doctor or your family doctor is not available?

    At any time (24/7), you can contact Info-Santé nurses at 8-1-1 if you have any questions or concerns about your health.

    For more information, see the pageOuvre un lien interne dans une nouvelle fenêtre811-info-sante-et-info-social

    If you are experiencing suffering, distress or a psychosocial crisis, contact Info-Social at 811, option 2. A psychosocial worker will answer you.

    It is a free, bilingual, anonymous service, accessible at all times, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

    For more information, see the page Ouvre un lien interne dans une nouvelle fenêtre811-info-sante-et-info-social