MONTREAL – The number of clinical screening of the COVID-19 without an appointment is from three to eight in the space of a day.
Five new walk-in clinics are offered to the population of montreal from Thursday: one at McGill university health Centre, one to the church of Saint-Marcel in Pointe-aux-Trembles, one in Outremont (544, avenue Davaar), a near subway station Sauvé (9600 rue Saint-Denis) and at Beaconsfield (137, avenue Elm).
Until Wednesday, only three walk-in clinics were open in Montreal: one at the Hôtel-Dieu, a CLSC Montréal-Nord and to the Clinical Chauveau in the east of Montreal. These clinics are still in place.
Public Health announced late Wednesday night these new openings. In the day, prime minister François Legault had said finding “unacceptable” the fact that several people have had to wait in queue for hours to get a test.