Santé Montréal

Coronavirus COVID-19

Information and recommendations for Montrealers

      

About COVID-19

If you are worried about COVID-19 or display symptoms such as a cough or fever, you can call toll free 514-644-4545 in the Montréal area and 1-877-644-4545 elsewhere in Québec.

See the information on COVID-19 in Québec:  Quebec.ca/coronavirus.

I have COVID-19

See the instructions

 

I've been in contact with someone who has COVID-19

See the instructions

Current situation in Montréal

Data as of May 29 2020, at 12 p.m.

Confirmed cases
 

25,043

Deaths
 

2,690

Public retirement homes (RPA) and long-term care facilities (CHSLD) with at least one confirmed case of COVID-19

162

CIUSSS Number of confirmed cases¹ Distribution of cases (%) Rate per 100,000 people Number
of deaths
Rate of mortality per 100,000 people
CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 3,800 15.7 1,022.5 362 97.4
CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 3,066 12.7 953.2 416 129.3
CIUSSS de l'Est-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 7,741 32.0 1,427.0 800 147.5
CIUSSS du Nord-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 6,276 25.9 1,386.1 646 142.7
CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 3,320 13.7 880.3 412 109.2
Territory to be confirmed² 840 - - 54 -
Total for Montréal 25,043 - 1,212.3 2,690 130.2

¹Source : Fichier V10, extracted on 28 May, 6:06 PM
²Home addresses are currently being documented and therefore territories cannot be confirmed at this time.

Borough or linked city Number of confirmed cases¹ Distribution of cases (%) Rate per 100,000 people Number
of deaths
Rate of mortality per 100,000 people
Ahuntsic–Cartierville 2,102 8.7 1,565.8 280 208.6
Anjou 621 2.6 1,451.1 44 102.8
Baie-D'Urfé 28 0.1 * 732.4 < 5 n.p.
Beaconsfield 57 0.2 295.0 7 n.p.
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 1,992 8.2 1,196.3 212 127.3
Côte-Saint-Luc 488 2.0 1,503.9 28 * 86.3
Dollard-des-Ormeaux 393 1.6 803.7 74 151.3
Dorval 173 0.7 911.5 32 * 168.6
Hampstead 52 0.2 745.7 < 5 n.p.
Kirkland 98 0.4 486.3 13 * 64.5
Lachine 542 2.2 1,218.3 66 148.4
LaSalle 1,074 4.4 1,397.5 138 179.6
L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève 186 0.8 1,010.2 26 * 141.2
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve 2,085 8.6 1,532.8 315 231.6
Montréal-Est 37 0.2 961.0 < 5 n.p.
Montréal-Nord 2,334 9.6 2,770.9 178 211.3
Montréal-Ouest 18 0.1 * 356.4 < 5 n.p.
Mont-Royal 248 1.0 1,223.1 62 305.8
Outremont 247 1.0 1,031.1 9 n.p.
Pierrefonds–Roxboro 502 2.1 724.4 24 * 34.6
Plateau-Mont-Royal 827 3.4 795.2 108 103.8
Pointe-Claire 207 0.9 659.7 26 * 82.9
Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles 1,978 8.2 1,853.0 181 169.6
Rosemont–La Petite Patrie 1,429 5.9 1,023.7 191 136.8
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue 18 0.1 * 363.0 < 5 n.p.
Saint-Laurent 976 4.0 987.6 96 97.1
Saint-Léonard 1,018 4.2 1,300.0 49 62.6
Senneville < 5 0.0 n.p. 0 -
Sud-Ouest 846 3.5 1,082.5 151 193.2
Verdun 885 3.7 1,278.4 121 174.8
Ville-Marie 710 2.9 796.2 59 66.2
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension 1,852 7.7 1,287.4 116 80.6
Westmount 170 0.7 836.9 19 * 93.5
Territory to be confirmed2 849 - - 56 -
Total for Montréal 25,043 - 1,212.3 2,690 130.2

¹Source : Fichier V10, extracted on 28 May, 6:06 PM

²Home addresses are currently being documented and therefore territories cannot be confirmed at this time.
* Because of the small number of reported cases in relation with the total population, the precision of the rate value isn't optimal and should therfore be interpreted with caution
n.p. Because of the very small number or reported cases in relation with the total population, the precision of the rate value is considered too low to be published

 

Age group Number of confirmed cases¹ Distribution of cases (%) Rate per 100,000 people Number
of deaths
Rate of mortality per 100,000 people
0-4 years 268 1.1 241.7 0 -
5-9 years 240 1.0 222.3 0 -
10-19 years 856 3.4 430.4 0 -
20-29 years 2,835 11.4 880.1 < 5 n.p.
30-39 years 3,132 12.5 953.3 < 5 n.p.
40-49 years 3,452 13.8 1,240.2 12 * 4.3
50-59 years 3,180 12.7 1,238.9 52 20.3
60-69 years 2,194 8.8 1,013.1 173 79.9
70-79 years 2,265 9.1 1,565.3 475 328.3
80 years and more 6,536 26.2 6,468.7 1,972 1,951.7
Missing 85 - - - -
Total 25,043 - 1,212.3 2,690 130.2

¹Source : Fichier V10, extracted on 28 May, 6:06 PM

* Because of the small number of reported cases in relation with the total population, the precision of the rate value isn't optimal and should therfore be interpreted with caution

Gender Number of confirmed cases¹ Distribution of cases (%) Rate per 100,000 people Number
of deaths
Rate of mortality per 100,000 people
Men 10,278 41.2 1,003.4 1,186 115.8
Women 14,690 58.8 1,410.6 1,503 144.3
Unknown 75 - - < 5 -
Total 25,043 - 1,212.3 2,690 130.2

¹Source : Fichier V10, extracted on 28 May, 6:06 PM

 

Changes in the situation in Montréal, May 26, 2020

Montréal’s regional public health department has published a portrait of the COVID-19 situation on the Island of Montréal. The portrait provides data on the number of cases and deaths in each Montréal borough and linked city.

Cases are presented by age group and type of setting (community or CHSLD, residences or housing resources), as well as for healthcare workers. Deaths are shown by type of setting.

The data will be updated every Wednesday.

Testing

You can get tested if you are in one of the following situations:

  • You have symptoms of flu, gastroenteritis or COVID-19 (fever, cough, difficulty breathing).
  • You don’t have symptoms but you’ve been in close contact with someone who has received a positive COVID-19 test result.

Important: 

  • COVID-19 tests are free for everyone.
  • Bring your health insurance card if you have one.
  • If you don't have a health insurance card or any other kind of identification papers to provide, you can still get tested.

You can call 514-644-4545 or 1-877-644-4545 to be directed to the right resource.

LOCATION APPOINTMENT HOURS, MON. TO SUN.
CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal     

Jewish General Hospital
5 800, ch. de la Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal QC  H3S 1Y9
Trailer in the parking lot

By appointment
Tel.: 514 644-4545

12 noon to 6 p.m.

CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal    

Hôtel-Dieu
109, av. des Pins, Montréal QC  H2W 1T7

Walk-in

8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

CIUSSS de l'Est-de-l'Île-de-Montréal    

Clinique Chauveau    
5 455, rue Chauveau, Montréal QC  H1N 1G8

Walk-in

8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Clinique de l'Est
13926, Notre-Dame Est Str, Montréal QC  H1A 1T5
(CLSC de l'Est-de-Montréal parking)

Walk-in 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Clinique Saint-Michel
8 400, 2e Avenue
Montréal QC H1Z 4N9
Cirque du Soleil (front parking)

Walk-in 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CIUSSS du Nord-de-l'Île-de-Montréal    

Maurice-Duplessis
7 071, Perras blvd, Montréal QC  H1E 1A4

By appointment
Tel.: 514 644-4545

8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

CLSC Montréal-Nord
11441, Lacordaire blvd, Montréal QC  H1G 4J9

Walk-in

10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Note : May 27 & May 28
- 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Testing clinic for employees at Maison de la Fondation (HSCM)
5 400, Gouin O blvd, Montréal QC  H4J 1C4

By appointment
Tel.: 514 644-4545

8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal    

Beaconsfield testing clinic
137, Elm Av., Beaconsfield QC  H9W 2E1

By appointment
Tel.: 514 644-4545

10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Mobile clinics are accessible on a walk-in basis.

  • The clinics have been set up in STM buses and will move around the city. More clinics will gradually open over time. 
  • Testing is prioritized for people in the neighbourhood. Other Montrealers must keep going to the clinics in their sector.
  • Each mobile clinic can do a maximum of 200 tests per day.

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Central West Island of Montreal                                  

École Barclay
7941, Wiseman ave., Montreal QC H3N 2P2
(Bus parked in front of 7911 d'Outremont Ave. near Ball Ave.)
Get diretions

May 29 May 30 May 31                            

École Judith-Jasmin
4575, Mariette ave., Montreal QC H4B 2G3
Get directions

      June 1 June 2                        
South Centre of the Island of Montreal                                  

Place de la Paix 
1182, Saint-Laurent blvd., Montreal QC H2X 2S5
(in front of the National Monument)
Get directions

May 29 May 30                              
Centre de services communautaires du Monastère
4550, Saint-Hubert St., Montreal QC H2J 2W9
(south of Mont-Royal street)
Get directions
    May 31 June 1 June 2                      

Mairie d'arrondissement de Verdun
4555, Verdun St., Verdun, QC, H4G 1M4
Get directions

          June 3 June 4 June 5                
École de la Petite-Bourgogne
555,  Des Seigneurs St., Montréal, QC, H3J 1Y1
Get directions
                June 6 June 7            
Est Island of Montreal                                  

Parc de l'Ukraine
6255, 13th Ave., Montreal QC H1X 2Y6
Get directions

May 29 May 30                            
Parc Pierre-Blanchet
12 196, Pierre-Blanchet Ave., Montreal, QC, H1E 6P1
(bus on Pierre-Blanchet Ave.)
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    May 31 June 1 June 2                      
École Saint-Noël-Chabanel
(Des Découvreurs Pavillon scoolyard)
8801, Ave. 25th, Montreal, QC, H1Z 4B4
Get directions
          June 3 June 4 June 5                
North Island of Montreal                                  

Centre des loisirs de Saint-Laurent
1375 Grenet St., Saint-Laurent QC H4L 5K3
Get directions

May 29 May 30                              

YMCA Cartierville
11 885, Laurentien blvd., Montreal QC H4J 2R5
Get directions

    May 31 June 1                          

Maison culturelle et communautaire de Montreal-Nord
12 004, Rolland blvd, Montreal-Nord, QC, H1G 3W1
Get directions

        June 2 June 3                      

École Saint-Paul-de-la-Croix
10 443, Roche St., Montreal, QC, H2C 2P3
Get directions

            June 4 June 5                  
West Island of Montreal                                  

École Terre-des-Jeunes
7900 Doyle St., LaSalle QC H8N 0E9
(on Doyle St., between Ménard et Robidoux)
Get directions

May 29                                

Parc Kirkland 
123, Léo-Pétrin St., Lachine QC H8R 1N3
(in front of the pool, Chalet ave. intersection)
Get directions

May 29                                

Pearson Adult and Career Center Parking
8300, George St., Lasalle QC H8P 1E5
(George Street entrance)
Get directions

  May 30 May 31                            

Lasalle parc
10th Ave., north of Victoria Lachine, QC H4Z 0A2 
On the side of the main baseball field
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Recommendations


Support for individuals

Parents of children aged 0 to 17

Managing shared custody

Many parents have questions about how to manage shared custody arrangements while also following public health instructions. 

It is recommended that parents decide in advance what to do if a parent, child or other person living in one of the two households develops symptoms or has COVID-19. See the recommandations (PDF)

Stress and anxiety

It’s normal to feel anxious or worried when you hear talk about the pandemic.

 

Everyone reacts differently to stress; some people react more strongly, such as people with mental health problems, children, people helping to deal with the current situation like public health teams, caregivers, and first responders.

Here are a few tips to help you feel better despite the stress:

  • Avoid excessive media coverage to COVID-19.
  • Take care of your body Take deep breaths, stretch or meditate. Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep and avoid alcohol and drugs.
  • Take time to unwind and remind yourself that strong feelings will fade. Take breaks to read or do sports. It can be upsetting to hear about the crisis and see images repeatedly. Try to do some other activities you usually enjoy to return to your normal life
  • Connect with your loved ones. Share your concerns with a friend or family member about how you are feeling.  
  • Maintain hope and positive thinking.

If you have mental health problems such as depression or anxiety, continue your treatment to help you get through this stressful period.

Also, if you are worried or anxious about the coronavirus, you can call 1-877-644-4545.

You may feel more isolated or vulnerable because: 

 

  • It’s hard for you to read or write
  • It’s difficult for you to communicate in French or English
  • You have a hard time accessing health care for problems that already worried you before the pandemic.
  • You have physical limitations or a disability that make it hard for you to wash your hands often, or to cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze.
  • You need help to stay independent.
  • Accessing adapted transportation is hard for you.
  • You’re afraid of losing your job.
  • Your working conditions are not very flexible.
  • You feel alone or isolated.
  • You’re concerned about your home because it’s too expensive or unfit to live in.
  • You have difficulty making ends meet at the end of the month, with the money you have for your family’s and your needs.
  • You are a refugee, asylum-seeker, without status or recent immigrant.

Here are a few tips to help you feel less isolated or vulnerable:

  • Communicate with other people. Share your concerns about how you are feeling with a friend or family member. Maintain healthy relationships.
  • If you are worried or anxious, you can call 1-877-644-4545.

The pandemic may have an emotional impact on you.

Here are things you can do to reduce the effects of stress: 

  • Acknowledge that stress can have an impact on you.
  • Learn the physical symptoms (fatigue, illness) and mental symptoms (fear, withdrawal, guilt).
  • Allow time for you and your family to recover from responding to the pandemic.
  • Create a menu of personal activities that you enjoy: calling friends and family, bicycling, walking or reading a book.
  • Take a break from media coverage on COVID-19.
  • Ask for help if you feel overwhelmed or concerned that COVID-19 is affecting your ability to care for your family or yourself as you did before the pandemic.  
  • An employee assistance program or your professional association can help you right away.  
  • You can also call 514-644-4545.

Here are some tools to help you adapt to the new measures against COVID-19:

Children are sensitive to stress around them. They react, in part, to what they see from the adults around them.

Parents and caregivers can reduce children’s fears by talking to them about the COVID-19. If parents are better prepared, they can be more reassuring to others around them, especially children.

  • Take the time to talk to your child about the COVID-19 pandemic. Listen to your child’s concerns and answer his or her questions. Share facts about COVID-19 in a way that your child can understand.
  • Reassure your child that they are safe. Let them know that it’s okay if they feel upset. Explain how you deal with your own stress so that they can learn from you how to cope with the situation.
  • Limit your child’s exposure to media coverage of the event. Children may misinterpret what they hear and can be frightened about something they do not understand.
  • Help your child to have a routine. Once they can safely return to school or daycare, help them return to their regular activities. 
  • Be a role model: take breaks, get plenty of sleep, exercise, and eat well.  Connect with your friends and family members and rely on your social support system.

Want to Help!

Information and resources

COVID-19 in multiple languages

Decision Fact Sheet (multilingual)

The Decision Fact Sheet is a tool that will guide you through situations that include COVID-19 symptoms. It is part of the Self-Care Guide – COVID-19. This document is available in many other languages. See the Decision Fact Sheet (multilingual).

Infographies in multiple languages

Staying at home means saving lives! Following the Québec government’s public health instructions will be critical and will save lives. Information to download in 14 languages


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Éditée par : Direction régionale de santé publique.
Last Update : 29 May 2020