Coronavirus (COVID-19)

For the latest information, we encourage you to visit quebec.ca/en/coronavirus. Essential information is updated regularly in order to answer all your questions.

Consult the COVID-19 Alert levels map to find out the alert level and the measures to be observed in Montérégie.

If you want to know the number of cases in Montérégie by RLS, you can consult the Facebook page of the Montérégie Public Health Department.


Vaccination against COVID-19

Vaccination against COVID-19 is currently underway in Montérégie for targeted priority groups.

For more information about vaccination, see the following sections of the website of the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux:


Practical health tool related to COVID-19

  • If you believe you have been exposed to COVID-19 or have symptoms similar to COVID-19, you are invited to complete the COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool to get a recommendation on the next steps to follow, according to your condition. 
  • The Self-Care Guide - COVID-19 was designed to help you make the best possible decisions about your health and that of your loved ones during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    More specifically, it contains information about how best to protect against COVID-19, how to take care of yourself or provide basic care to family members, and when and who to consult if you require care and services.

 

Getting tested

IMPORTANT: About to travel?

Our screening clinics do not provide COVID-19 tests for people who need travel certificates. In addition, the results provided do not mention the technique used (PCR or not).

Travelers must therefore use a private laboratory for their test. Check travel information and the list of laboratories which offer this service.

Who should get tested?

  • Anyone with symptoms
  • Anyone who has had close contact with someone who has COVID-19
  • Anyone that has been asked by public health authorities to get tested

To find out if you should go and get tested, use the COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool.

Use one of the following ways to get tested:


By making an appointment with a designated testing clinic.

Get an appointment quickly at a designated testing clinic,

  • by filling out the online form : cv19quebec.ca
  • or by calling 450 644-4545 or 1 877 644-4545

At a walk-in mobile testing unit

The walk-in mobile testing unit provides testing for individuals working or living in the sectors of the Montérégie most affected by COVID-19 with the aim of acting quickly to curb the spread of the virus. Watch for a mobile clinic in your area.

Schedule of mobile testing unit (French only)

Quand? Où?
18 au 22 janvier de 8 h à 16 h 11C Place du Commerce, Brossard
(IMPORTANT : Le stationnement est accessible seulement par l'avenue Platon)
18 janvier de 9 h 30 à 16 h Centre sportif de Delson, 100 avenue de Delson, Delson
20 janvier de 9 h 30 à 16 h Édifice Auguste-Hébert, 149 rue François-Branchaud, Beauharnois 
20 janvier de 10 h à 16 h Salle des Chevaliers de Colomb, 245 Rue Ouellette, Marieville
20 janvier de 10 h à 16 h 475 rue Chabot, salle Norambor, Contrecoeur
21 janvier de 9 h 30 à 16 h Club Le Rendez-Vous, 319 rue Brault, Châteauguay
21 janvier de 10 h à 16 h Salle de la Paroisse La Visitation, 1545 boul. Jacques-Cartier Est, Longueuil
22 janvier de 9 h 30 à 16 h Pavillon des bénévoles, 145 rue Valade, Les Cèdres


Considering the high number of diagnostic tests, it is possible there will be a delay in providing results. However, if you have not received a result within 72 hours of taking the test, contact your CISSS (which is my CISSS?). Provide your first and last names, date of birth, address, telephone number, date and location of test. A professional will return your call within 24 hours.Disclosure of test results

 

Worried about your health?

People living with a health condition, but not presenting flu-like symptoms, gastroenteritis or COVID-19 symptoms can contact their medical clinic and will be offered either a telephone or in person appointment. They can also call Info-Santé at 8-1-1 to speak with a nurse.

If you have symptoms of flu, gastroenteritis or COVID-19 and you are worried about your health, call one of the designated assessment centres in the region.

 

Consult a designated assessment centre (DAC)

By appointment only, these clinics will provide a medical assessment for any patient with or without a family doctor who has symptoms of flu, gastroenteritis or COVID-19 and who needs a medical consultation of any kind.

For an appointment at a designated assessment centre: 450 644-4545 or 1 877 644-4545.

 

Stress or anxiety?

If you are feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed, there are various tools you can consult that explain the ways in which pandemic-related stress, anxiety and depression can manifest, and ideas for taking care of yourself.

You can also call Info-Social at 811. Psychosocial workers will offer you support, information, and advice, as needed.

 

Information about COVID-19

Situation in Québec, symptoms and treatments, psychological problems, government measures, directives and guidelines, how can I help?

Find all the information related to COVID-19 at quebec.ca/en/coronavirus.

 

Information specific to the Montérégie region

For specific information about the three CISSSs in the Montérégie region, visit the associated COVID-19 page. (See the map of the three CISSSs)