Updated: April 27, 2021
Due to regular changes in vaccination priorities, please visit https://ciusss-ouestmtl.gouv.qc.ca/en/users-info/covid-19-care-and-services/covid-19-vaccination/ before making an appointment or visiting a vaccination clinic.
Updated: April 23, 2021
Starting today, people with a chronic disease or a health problem can make an appointment at the Bob-Birnie Arena and at the three other vaccination clinics set up by the Montréal West Island IUHSSC. See the list of diseases and health problems targeted.
Starting April 28, people with a physical disability, an intellectual disability or an autism spectrum disorder will be able to make an appointment. A person who is accompanying the person with a physical disability, an intellectual disability or autism spectrum disorder could get vaccinated at the same time if they provide support to their loved one three or more days a week. They must make an appointment when their loved one registers.
Updated: April 21, 2021
Vaccination for those 45 and over
Starting today, people aged 45 and over can receive the AstraZeneca vaccine with or without an appointment at the Bob-Birnie Arena and in the three other vaccination centres set up by the Montréal West Island IUHSSC. Note that it is important to be 45 years old when receiving the vaccine.
April 13, 2021
COVID-19 – Walk-in vaccination for people aged 55 and over
Walk-in vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine is now available at Pointe-Claire’s Bob-Birnie Arena vaccination centre for people between the ages of 55 and 79. All those who would like to be vaccinated may do so free of charge, based on the availability of vaccine doses.
It is also possible to make an appointment for people in the target groups, as defined by the government. To find out about the priority groups established by the Québec government, click here.
The vaccination centre is open seven days a week.