Vaccination against monkeypox in the Lanaudière area Info Lanaudière

The management of the Center for Integrated Health and Social Services (CISSS) of Lanaudière would like to inform the population that vaccination against monkeypox is now available in the Lanaudière region for certain people at risk, since cases have been registered in the region. . Vaccination helps prevent the disease.

You can schedule a vaccination appointment if you have no symptoms and if you are a man who has or will have sex with a man in Montreal in one of the following contexts:

  • This sexual relationship is not with a single, regular sexual partner;
  • This sexual relationship takes place in a place where activities of a sexual nature take place;
  • This sexual relationship is in exchange for money, goods, or services.

You are also invited to make an appointment quickly if in the last 14 days you have:

  • Direct contact with the skin, lesions, or bodily fluids of a symptomatic person infected with monkeypox;
  • Direct contact with items (eg, clothing, lingerie, sex toys) that may be contaminated with secretions or bodily fluids from a symptomatic person infected with monkeypox;
  • A close and prolonged interaction (interaction of 3 hours or more within 1 meter, face-to-face, without wearing a medical mask) with a symptomatic individual infected with monkeypox.
  • Workers and volunteers at a venue or event where sexual activity may occur may also receive a dose of the monkeypox vaccine.

vaccination points

On the Clic Santé portal it is possible to make an appointment to receive a dose of monkeypox vaccine. It is also possible to contact the appointment center at 450.755-1334.

Lanaudière Hospital Center (CHDL)

1000, Boulevard Sainte-Anne (Room 5D-A – Entrance to the Ambulances)
Saint-Charles-Borromee (Quebec) J6E 6J2

Tuesday and Wednesday, 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m

CLSC Lamater from Terrebonne

1317, Boulevard des Seigneurs (Room 147)

Terrebonne (Quebec) J6W 5B1

Monday and Friday, 12:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m

Important : If you have symptoms consistent with monkeypox, the vaccine cannot be given. Please dial 811 for medical advice.

Visit the Quebec.ca website for more information.

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