• Vaccination is an effective, reliable and safe way to protect yourself from COVID-19.
  • The prioritization of certain clienteles is done in order to improve the epidemiological situation in Quebec based on the quantities of vaccine doses available.
  • The groups of people to be vaccinated will be adjusted and enlarged as the quantities of vaccine doses are received.
  • We must continue to protect ourselves and our loved ones by applying health instructions.
  • To know the vaccination methods, visit/typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextQué


  • Vaccines will become available gradually. Some people will be vaccinated before others.
  • As more vaccines become available in Canada, vaccination will be expanded to include more people.

The proposed order of priority of groups for vaccination is preliminary. The order of priority is as follows:

Vulnerable people and people with a significant loss of autonomy who live in residential and long-term care centres (CHSLDs) or in intermediate and family-type resources (RI‑RTFs).Completed
Workers in the health and social services network who have contact with users.In progress
Autonomous or semi-autonomous people who live in private seniors' homes (RPAs) or in certain closed residential facilities for older adults.Completed
Isolated and remote communities.N/A
People 85 years of age or olderIn progress
People 80 years of age or older.In progress
People 70 to 79 years of  ageIn progress
People 65 to 69 years of ageIn progress
People 60 to 64 years of ageIn progress
Adults under 60 years of age who have a chronic disease or health problem that increases the risk of complications of COVID‑19. (/typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextConsult MSSS website)In progress
Adults under 60 years of age who do not have a chronic disease or health problem that increases the risk of complications, but who provide essential services and have contact with users.(/typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextConsult MSSS website)To come up
The rest of the adult populationTo come up

Vaccination of children and pregnant women will be determined based on future studies on vaccine safety and efficacy in these people.

For more details on the criteria used to prioritize people to be vaccinated, consult the document /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextAvis préliminaire sur les groupes prioritaires pour la vaccination contre la COVID‑19 au Québec  [Preliminary guidance on priority groups for COVID‑19 vaccination in Québec; French only] on the website of the Institut national de santé publique du Québec. The order of priority may be revised based on various considerations, such as the number of vaccines available.

We invite our population to be patient. All information concerning vaccination will be communicated gradually depending on the arrival of vaccine doses and the groups that will be targeted (places, making appointments, targeted people, etc.).

Update: April, 15th 2021

OUR VACCINATION SITES By appointment only*

* Vaccination against COVID-19 will only be done by appointment.

  1. To receive the vaccine, the Laval population is invited to make an appointment online at the following address: /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altTextQué  select a time and place.
  2. If you are unable to do so online or if you are having difficulty, ask a loved one or call 1-877-644-4545.

Walk-in vaccination site in Laval

Vaccination with AstraZeneca

Walk-in vaccination clinic, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Dates : Wednesday April 14, Thursday April 15, Friday April 16

Need transport and support?

Do you or your loved one have reduced mobility and need transport and support to get to a Laval vaccination center?

Resources are available to help you, please contact the organization serving your area or 211 for more information.

District Organization Phone
Senior citizen (services in several languages) 211 Grand Montréal 211
English-speaking senior AGAPE 450 686-4333
Saint-François / Saint-Vincent-de-Paul / Duvernay Bonjour Aujourd'hui et Après 450 661-6716
Saint-François / Saint-Vincent-de-Paul / Duvernay APARL 450-661-5252
Pont-Viau / Laval-des-Rapides Centre d'entraide du Marigot 450 668-5375
Pont-Viau / Laval-des-Rapides

Centre Communautaire

Le Rendez-Vous des Aîné(e)s

450 667-8836
Chomedey SCAMA 450 681-4240
Sainte-Dorothée / Laval-Ouest Groupe d'entraide La Rosée 450 962-9971
Fabreville / Sainte-Rose CATAL 450 622-1228
Vimont / Auteuil SBEVA 450 622-1341

Maintenance of sanitary measures

The start of vaccination will not mean the end of sanitary measures. Several months will be needed to protect a sufficiently large part of the population with the vaccine. Physical distancing of two meters, wearing a mask or face covering and washing hands are habits to be maintained until further notice.

Video and useful links


On December 18, 2020,Olivier Haeck, MD, Infection prevention Officer and Laboratory biosafety Officer at the department of specialized medicine of the CISSS de Laval, took a few minutes to answer all our questions about the COVID-19 vaccination. (In French only)

Here is various information relating to the progress of the vaccination campaign against COVID-19:

In Quebec, the COVID-19 vaccine is free
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