Make an appointment to get vaccinated
People aged 12 years and older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Click on the following button to access the appointment platform:
If you have difficulty making an appointment online, ask your loved ones for help or consult the How to make an appointment to get vaccinated against COVID-19 page, which will guide you step by step in making an appointment. The How to make an appointment procedure is also available in American Sign Language .
If needed, you can get help by calling from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday or 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday:
Walk-in clinics are set up for the 1st and the 2nd dose depending on vaccine availability. Walk-in clinics are also available in corporate vaccination site.
If you come in for your 2nd dose, make sure:
- at least four weeks have passed since your first dose;
- that you have checked the vaccine offered at the vaccination clinic;
- that you have checked the clinic’s schedule and its terms;
- that you are not in quarantine or self-isolate.
See the details for the vaccination clinic and the corporate vaccination site nearest to you:
- 01 – Bas-Saint-Laurent (in French only)
- 02 – Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean (in French only)
- 03 – Capitale-Nationale (Québec) (in French only)
- 04 – Mauricie-et-Centre-du-Québec (in French only)
- 05 – Estrie
- 06 – Montréal
- 07 – Outaouais
- 08 – Abitibi-Témiscamingue (in French only)
- 09 – Côte-Nord (in French only)
- 11 – Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine (in French only)
- 12 – Chaudière-Appalaches (in French only)
- 13 – Laval (in French only)
- 14 – Lanaudière (in French only)
- 15 – Laurentides
- 16 – Montérégie
Vaccination of health and social services workers
As of November 15, all health and social services workers, whether they are in close direct contact with patients or not, must be adequately vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they have a contraindication to this effect. Go to Mandatory vaccination of health and social services workers against COVID-19 for more information.
Vaccination for adolescents from 12 to 17 years of age
Adolescents from 12 to 17 years of age are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Go to COVID-19 vaccination for adolescents from 12 to 17 years of age for more information.
Vaccination for isolated and remote communities
Vaccination for pregnant women
For pregnant women, messenger RNA vaccines, such as the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines, will be used, since there is more data on the safety of these vaccines during pregnancy. Pregnant women can make an appointment at a vaccination clinic by consulting Make an appointment to get vaccinated.
Pregnant women always have the option, if they wish, of contacting a health professional, such as their attending physician, to discuss the risks of COVID-19 and the benefits and potential risks of vaccination.
Information for people with disabilities
Immunization information in multiple languages
Immunization information in several languages is available on the We all have good questions about the vaccine page.
Instructions for the person getting vaccinated
Administration of the 2nd dose
To find out more about the administration of the 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, go to the page Second dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Administering an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine
For those most vulnerable, three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are necessary. For further information, see the Additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine page.
Proof of vaccination and self-service portal
COVID-19 vaccination passport
The COVID-19 vaccination passport is a tool showing that you are protected against COVID-19. See the COVID-19 vaccination passport page for more information.
Vaccination administered abroad (Québec residents only)
Québec residents vaccinated against COVID-19 abroad can sign up at the Québec Vaccination Registry to receive the next dose in Québec if necessary. For more information, see the Vaccinated for COVID-19 outside Québec: using the Vaccination Registry page.
Vaccination in Québec
The COVID‑19 vaccine is free for anyone who wants it. The vaccines are distributed by the Québec Immunization Program. Doses are not available on the private market.
Beware of fraud
Any electronic communication or call offering to get vaccinated for a fee is fraudulent. You never have to provide your social insurance number (SIN) or your credit card number to get vaccinated.
Make your appointment on the Québec.ca/vaccinCOVID page to protect yourself from fraud. If you believe you have been the victim of a fraudulent communication, please notify the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre .
Participation of companies
Companies participate in mass vaccination. They help in two ways:
- by setting up a vaccination site for their staff, their families and the surrounding population, while respecting the priority groups for vaccination;
- or by meeting human and material resource needs.
Visit Québec.ca/vaccinationentreprise (in French only) to learn more.
Priority groups for vaccination
Vaccines become available gradually. Some people are vaccinated before others. For more details on the criteria used to prioritize people to be vaccinated, consult the document Avis préliminaire sur les groupes prioritaires pour la vaccination contre la COVID‑19 au Québec [Preliminary guidance on priority groups for COVID‑19 vaccination in Québec; French only] on the website of the Institut national de santé publique du Québec.