Let's take all the necessary measures to contain the contagion as much as possible. It is an individual and collective responsibility.
The important thing is to limit the spread of the virus in order to protect people at risk, such as people aged 70 and over, and people with poorer health.
Update: September 8, 2020
The government has launched a regional alert system with progressive intervention criteria defining the measures to be taken as needed to ensure public safety in each of Québec’s socio-health regions.
To find out the alert level in your region, consult the Map of COVID-19 alert levels by region.
*** Important message: Don't flush your disinfectant wipes down the toilet, because they block the pipes. ***
In the coming weeks, activities will gradually resume in Québec, with the consent of public health.
See the following page for announcements that have been made:
Gradual resumption of activities under the COVID-19-related pause
Here is a list of grocery stores, restaurants, and pharmacies offering delivery and/or pick-up.
Achat local Vaudreuil-Soulanges:
• location-based business directory
• eco-friendly online grocery store (collection point at L'Île-Perrot)
All about the Achat local Vaudreuil-Soulanges campaign:
GROCERIES (Pick-up or delivery)
- MAXI: Online shopping. Easy pick-up
- Création Passion
- L’Étoile :
Phone: 514 453-3000
Phone: 514 453-6332
Phone: 514 425-5666
Phone: 514 425-1405
Consult DEV website for more information https://developpementvs.com/
Here is a list of useful links and phone numbers:
For people aged 70 and over: You can be paired with a volunteer if you do not have any help from your loved ones to do your grocery shopping. Contact Célia Corriveau at 514 453-8981, ext. 273.
- Popote roulante:
Centre communautaire des aînés
Tél : 450-265-3548 ou 1-855-510-3548
- Food Troubleshooting:
- Notre-Dame-de-Lorette Church:
514-453-5662 ext 223
- The Presbyterian Church of Ile Perrot:
- Église Saint-Patrick : 514 453-2492
- COVID-19 screening telephone line:
- Line 211:
To be referred to socio-community resources
- Line 811:
Psychosocial counseling 24/7
(stress, anxiety, panic, etc.)
- To Help BREAK THE ISOLATION OF SENIORS
- GRAVES: 450 424-0111, ext. 229 ou 227
- Appels amicaux L’Actuel: 450 455-3331, ext. 221
- Ligne Aide Abus Aînés: 1-888-489-ABUS (1-888-489-2287)
- PAIR program:
Free automated call service.
450 455-3331, ext. 0 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Emergency Help Desk - Regroupement des aveugles et amblyopes du Montréal métropolitain (RAAMM)
- MENTAL HEALTH
- Urgence psychosociale du CISSS-MO : 450 455-6171, ext. 0
- Le Tournant (anxiety, panic, crisis, stress, etc.): 450 371-4090 or 1 833 371-4090
- S.O.S Social Violence
1 800 363-9010
- Suicide Prevention:
1 866 277-3553
1 800 263-2266
1 800 361-5085
- OTHER SERVICES
- Hébergement La Passerelle : Ligne d’urgence 24/7, 450 424-6010, www.hlapasserelle.com
- Via L’anse : 450 370-3200, vialanse.com
- Centre de femmes La Moisson : 514 453-8720 ou 514 453-1112, www.centredefemmeslamoisson.com
- Le Versant : 450 455-6171, poste 70657, email@example.com
- Maison de la famille : 450 218-0561, option 1
- OVPAC : 450 371-5400, poste 221
- L’Aiguillage : 1 877 265-8460 ou firstname.lastname@example.org
- Info-aidant : 1 855 852-7784
- Popote roulante:
More than ever, community organizations need your help to continue offering services to meet essential needs.
Visit jebenevole.ca for volunteer opportunities in your area.
Contact information for L'Actuel :
You can take a look at the Self-Care Guide - COVID-19 to know how best to protect yourselves against COVID-19, take care of yourselves and provide basic care to your family circle.
- Wash your hands often with soap under warm running water for at least 20 seconds.
- Use an alcohol-based hand rub if soap and water are not available.
- Practice proper cough and sneeze etiquette: Cover your mouth and nose with your arm to reduce the spread of germs.
- If you use a tissue, dispose of it as soon as possible and wash your hands afterwards.
REMINDER: Don't flush your disinfectant wipes down the toilet, because they block the pipes.
- If you are sick, avoid contact with more vulnerable people, including older adults and people who have a chronic disease.
- Avoid direct contact when you greet someone, such as shaking hands, and use alternative ways to greet people.
- The Town has sent a letter to all citizens, listing resources that can help during containment.
- The Town Council made telephone calls to Pincourt seniors, to provide support during the pandemic and to learn about food, physical or mental health needs; in order to make the necessary references.
- Suspension of recreational activities until April 5, 2020. (March 13, 2020)
- Suspension of activities at the Omni-Centre, the library, in the schools, the indoor playground at the Faubourg de l'Île, in the churches, free activities at the Cité-des-Jeunes arena (March 13, 2020)
- Closure of citizen service counters for an indefinite period (recreation, municipal garage, Urban Planning, taxation) (March 16, 2020)
- The fire stations remain open, if necessary.
- Municipal services remain open. Communication with the municipal administration remains possible by telephone and via the Web (e-mail and website).
- The deadline for online registration for courses and activities has been extended to April 1.
- Cancellation of in-person registration for recreational activities scheduled for March 19 and 20 at the Faubourg de l'Île.
- Closing of the outdoor play modules, sports fields, and the dog park. (March 20, 2020)
- Awareness in the parks by our security patrol to avoid gatherings.
To find out about all the measures taken by the Government of Québec, see the following page: Measures taken by the government.
To find out about the measures taken by the federal government, consult the following page: Canada's Response.
Here is a summary of the various measures in effect in Quebec:
- Mandatory self-isolation: anyone returning from a stay outside Québec must self-isolate for 14 days. Such isolation covers both travellers who are sick or display symptoms and those who do not have symptoms and are in perfect health.
- The prohibition of indoor and outdoor gatherings. However, provision has been made for certain exemptions.
- Educational institutions (elementary and secondary schools, training centres, private schools) will be closed until May 1, inclusively. Emergency school daycare services are open for the children (aged 4 to 13) of health care, social services and essential services personnel.
- All non-subsidized daycare services will cease their activities by April 3. Emergency daycare services (CPE and subsidized) will be reserved for the children (from birth to age 5) of health care, social services and essential services personnel until May 1, inclusively.
- Non-essential visits are prohibited to hospitals, residential and long-term care centres, intermediate resources, family-type resources for the elderly and vulnerable adults and private seniors’ homes.
- The closing of all non-essential services and commercial activities until May 4.
- Obligation for any person returning from a stay abroad, sick or not, to isolate themselves for a period of 14 days.
- No visits allowed in seniors' residences.
- No outings for unsupervised residents.
- Community organizations need volunteers. If you have no symptoms, are healthy and have time, consider volunteering.
- Become a volunteer: register online at Jebenevole.ca
Control of travel to certain remote regions and territories: Bas-Saint-Laurent, Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Côte-Nord, Nord-du-Québec, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Nunavik and Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James.
Police checkpoints will limit crossings to essential travel.
Police checkpoints are being set up along the U.S. border.
No non-essential travel between regions, between cities and between neighbourhoods.
The Montreal and Estrie regions are to be avoided.
No travel to a chalet. Chalet rentals are now prohibited.
- In April, grocery stores will be closed on Sundays, except for gas stations, convenience stores, pharmacies, and restaurant take-out.
- The Quebec government is restricting access to four new regions: the Outaouais, and certain areas of the Laurentides, Lanaudière, and Mauricie-Centre-du-Québec. Police officers at the checkpoints will limit travel into and out of the regions and only authorize essential travel.
- Checkpoints will be set up on main roads leading to Regional County Municipalities of Charlevoix and Charlevoix-Est in the Capitale-Nationale region, and Rouyn-Noranda.
- Promote buying local: www.lepanierbleu.ca
Do not flush disinfectant wipes down the toilet. Throw them in the trash.
Steps to take to properly manage your residual materials at home and to protect garbage collectors from COVID-19:
- Place your garbage in closed bags - inside the garbage bin (to prevent spread when the bin is opened or emptied into the truck).
- Place disposable tissues and towels in the garbage - not in the organic bin. Then wash your hands.
- Place your containers at the curb the day before collection.
- Make sure each container of garbage weighs less than 20 kg (45 lbs).
- Place your bin at the curb the day before collection.
- Make sure the container is securely closed.
- Place the materials in closed bags inside the compost bin.
- Place the bins at the curb the day before collection.
If you are sick:
All items that have been in contact with your mouth, nose or eyes must be placed in closed bags for disposal (including recyclable and/or compostable items).