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  • Get vaccinated against the seasonal flu

    2021-2022 campaign

    The 2020-2021 seasonal flu vaccination campaign begins November 1, 2021. Note that vaccination will be by appointment only.

    How to make an appointment?

    Appointment scheduling, online and by phone, begins October 12, 2021.

    To make an appointment online: 

    • Go to the website /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText
    • Select the «Seasonal flu vaccine » service. 
    • Enter your postal code and choose the appropriate facility.  

    People who do not have Internet access should call 450 256-1603. 

    Four vaccination sites will be offered in Laval, by appointment only:

    • CLSC des Mille-îles
      775, rue Montrose, Laval (Québec) H7E 3M3
    • Vaccination clinic Place Sports Experts 
       4855, rue Louis-B.-Mayer, Laval, QC H7P 6C8
    • Vaccination clinic Le Quartier Laval
      630, boul. le Corbusier, unité 630, Laval, QC  H7N 0A9
    • Nursing clinic-school of Collège Montmorency                         
      475, boul. de l’Avenir, porte 5.8, Laval, H7N 5H9

    Who should get vaccinated?

    Vaccination time slots are offered free of charge to the following target clienteles since they are at greater risk of complications in their state of health:

    • pregnant women in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters of their pregnancy;
    • people aged 6 months and over with /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText chronic disease (including pregnant women, whatever the stage of their pregnancy);
    • people aged 75 and over;
    • close entourage of the at-risk people mentioned, that of children under 6 months, as well as healthcare workers.

    If you are not part of the group of people at risk, but want to get vaccinated, make an appointment with your pharmacy. 


    If you have a fever or any other /typo3conf/l10n/fr/rtehtmlarea/Resources/Private/Language/fr.locallang_accessibilityicons.xlf:external_link_new_window_altText symptoms of COVID-19, or if you have received instructions from Public Health to self-isolate because of COVID-19, you must postpone getting vaccinated. The flu vaccine does not protect you against COVID-19 and does not make COVID-19 symptoms worse if you get infected.

    When you come for your appointment, please bring the following with you:

    • Your health insurance card;
    • Your immunization record (if you have one);  
    • The confirmation number for your appointment; 
    • mask or face covering;
    • Wear a short-sleeved shirt.

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