COVID-19: Vaccination and travel tips

COVID-19: Vaccination and travel tips

The vaccination campaign against COVID-19 has started in Montréal and most sites are accessible by public transit. Check out here the complete list of vaccination sites in Montréal.

Did you know that it is mandatory to make an appointment online or by phone before going to a vaccination site? To do so, visit the Gouvernement du Québec website here.

Vaccination sites

Are you planning to take the bus or the métro to your vaccination appointment? Rest assured, we are following the recommendations of the Public Health Department to ensure that your trip is as safe as possible. We would also like to remind you that it is mandatory to wear a face covering that covers the nose and mouth, throughout your trip.

If you think you have COVID-19, stay home.

Here is some useful informations on how to get to each vaccination site by métro or bus:

 

Bill-Durnan Arena, 4988, Vézina st.

Plamondon

160 - Barclay

MIL campus of Université de Montréal, 1375, Thérèse-Lavoie-Roux ave.

Acadie

Square Décarie, 6900, Décarie blvd.
Namur

17 - Décarie

 

CLSC de la Visitation, 1705, rue de la Visitation

Beaudry

Palais des congrès, 1001, Jean-Paul-Riopelle Place

Place- d'Armes

Saint-Charles Church, 2115, du Centre st.

Charlevoix

57 - Pointe-Saint-Charles, 71 - Du Centre and 107 - Verdun

Centre Roussin, 12125, Notre-Dame East blvd.

189 - Notre-Dame and 410 - Express Notre-Dame

Martin-Brodeur Arena, 5300, Robert blvd.

192 - Robert, 32 - Lacordaire and 432 - Express Lacordaire

Olympic Stadium, 4545, Pierre-de-Coubertin ave.

Pie-IX

Collège Vanier, 821, Sainte Croix ave.

Du Collège

117 - O'Brien

Galeries Normandie, 2758, De Salaberry st.

180 - De Salaberry

Montréal-Nord vaccination clinic, 11201, Lacordaire blvd.

32 - Lacordaire, 43 - Monselet and 432 - Express Lacordaire

Patro-Le Prévost Center, 7355, Christophe-Colomb ave.

Jean-Talon

13 - Christophe-Colomb

Bob Birnie Arena, 58, Maywood ave., Pointe-Claire

201 - Saint-Charles / Saint-Jean and 203 - Carson

Dollard-des-Ormeaux Civic Center, 12001, De Salaberry blvd.

208 - Brunswick

Dollard-St-Laurent Sport Center, 707, 75e avenue, LaSalle

112 - Airlie

Gerry-Robertson Community Center, 9665, Gouin West blvd.

68 - Pierrefonds and 213 - Parc industriel Saint-Laurent

McGill University Health Centre - Montreal General Hospital
1650, Cedar ave., Livingston Hall (L6-500)
144 - Des Pins or 66 - The Boulevard

McGill University Health Centre - Glen site
1001, Décarie blvd., Atrium of the Research Institute of the MUHC

Vendôme

77 - Station Lionel-Groulx / CUSM

Useful tips on the bus and métro

Wear a face covering

Wearing a face covering that cover the nose and mouth is mandatory for everyone aged 10 and over on public transit. Face coverings are also required in métro stations and bus terminus. Check out our Coronavirus Prevention page.

Buy your ticket in advance

With 400 points of sale, it's easy to avoid waiting in line. Buy your ticket before you arrive at the station. See the list of businesses where STM fares are sold. You can also buy your fare from home with the OPUS online reader.

Find out about the schedules

To plan your trip, check out your schedule in real time and see the position of your bus on the map. You can also plan your route here.

If you use our paratransit network, consult the page here.

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