Closure of the Saint-Eustache vaccination site

The Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux des Laurentides announced that as of March 14, the Saint-Eustache vaccination site, located at 454 Arthur-Sauvé Boulevard, will close its doors permanently.

Apart from the fact that the lease had expired, the marked decrease in the traffic because of the low demand of the residents at the vaccination sites and in the number of appointments made in recent weeks, motivated this decision by the CISSS des Laurentides to close.

People who already have an appointment scheduled at the Saint-Eustache site, after March 14, will be contacted personally to obtain a new appointment at the Blainville vaccination site. 

According to the CISSS des Laurentides, it is important that residents remember that walk-in vaccination is still available at several other vaccination sites for all eligible people who wish to receive a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Pop-up vaccination clinics are also available until the end of March in the territory. This represents an additional alternative to the means already in place to facilitate access to a 1st dose or to subsequent doses of the vaccine against COVID-19.

An interval of eight weeks or more is recommended between the 1st and 2nd dose. To get a 

booster dose, an interval of three months or more is needed after the last dose.

For full details, visit santelaurentides.gouv.qc.ca.

The CISSS des Laurentides has more than 100 facilities and a large family of experts at the service of Laurentian residents. According to their mission statement, the patient is deeply anchored at the heart of their vision. The CISSS des Laurentides brings together hospitals, CLSCs, residential centres, protection and rehabilitation centers for young people with adjustment difficulties, rehabilitation centers for intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorders, physical disability rehabilitation centers and addiction rehabilitation centres.