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.
If you have been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, or if you have one of the symptoms of COVID-19:
- difficulty breathing
- cough that has recently appeared or gotten worse
- sudden loss of smell without nasal congestion, and with or without loss of taste
- muscle pain, headache, intense fatigue, or loss of appetite
- sore throat
you can be tested in one of the following ways:
At a designated assessment centre
Get an appointment quickly at a designated assessment centre by calling 450-644-4545 or 1-877-644-4545.
At a mobile testing unit (without an appointment)
The mobile unit provides testing for people who live or work in the areas of the Montérégie hardest hit by COVID-19, in order to act quickly to prevent the spread of the disease. Watch for a mobile unit in your area.
Please note that the testing materials are not suitable for use in young children. Children must be tested at a designated assessment centre (see above).
Schedule of mobile testing unit (French only)
|Lundi 15 et mardi 16 juin, 10 h à 15 h*||Parc Trahan, Secteur T, Brossard||Résidents de Brossard|
*À noter que de 10 h à midi, la priorité est donnée aux personnes âgées qui se présenteront à la clinique de dépistage
People who do not have symptoms of the flu, gastroenteritis, or COVID-19 can contact their medical clinic to schedule a phone or in-person appointment. They can also call Info-Santé at 811 to speak to a nurse.
Worried about your health?
Consult a designated assessment centre (DAC)
If you have symptoms similar to the flu, gastroenteritis, or COVID-19, or if you are worried about your health or that of a loved one, you can consult one of the designated assessment centres on the territory.
By appointment only, these clinics provide medical assessments for all patients who need a consultation, whether or not they have a family doctor.
To make an appointment at a designated assessment centre: 450-644-4545 or 1-877-644-4545.
Practical health tool related to COVID-19
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.
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. It also lists some resources that are available to help you.
- Don’t forget about mental health!
- Don’t forget about mental health while at home!
- Don’t forget your children’s mental health!
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.
- General health recommendations (hand washing, face coverings, isolation, etc.)
- To contribute to the efforts of the health and social services network: https://jecontribuecovid19.gouv.qc.ca/Inscription.aspx
- To volunteer: https://www.jebenevole.ca/
Information specific to the Montérégie region
- Number of COVID-19 cases by municipality (interactive map) (French only)
- Situation in residences for seniors and vulnerable citizens (French only)
For specific information about the three CISSSs in the Montérégie region, visit the associated COVID-19 page. (See the map of the three CISSSs)