Vaccination begins for adults under 60 years of age who are at risk of complications of COVID-19 as well as essential workers in environments at high risk of an outbreak.

Vaccination begins for adults under 60 years of age who are at risk of complications of COVID-19 as well as essential workers in environments at high risk of an outbreak.

The CISSS des Laurentides announced that as of April 15th, adults under 60 years of age who are considered to have a very high risk of complications from COVID-19 as well as essential workers in environments at high risk of an outbreak are invited to make an appointment to get vaccinated.
Vaccination will be carried out on the recommendation of an attending physician in specific circumstances, namely, for:
People who are currently hospitalized with a condition that puts them at risk of complications from
COVID-19;
Patients who receive renal dialysis treatment in hospital, transplant recipients and those receiving
cancer treatment;
People who have to receive a dose of vaccine under the supervision of an allergiologist in a
hospital.
Pharmacists can also help reach people with these conditions who cannot get vaccinated in hospitals.
For more details, see the detailed list of chronic diseases and health problems and the instructions for
vaccinations.

Essential workers in environments at high risk of an outbreak
Adults under 60 who are essential workers in environments at high risk of an outbreak can go the the
www.Québec.ca/vaccinCOVID to make an appointment to get vaccinated.
For more details, see the list of essential workers included in the priority group 9.
“Expanding vaccinations to these two new groups in the Laurentians marks an important new stage in the battle we have been fighting for more than a year. It brings hope for the future. We encourage everyone to heed the call and get vaccinated,” said Caroline Chantal, director of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign at the CISSS des Laurentides.
Given the limited availability of vaccine doses, the vaccine roll-out is being done in stages. Although
vaccinations are by age group; it will still be possible for older seniors to make an appointment to be
vaccinated even after the campaign in their region has moved on to subsequent age groups.