Coronavirus | Health & Safety | Quebec

Easing of health measures related to COVID-19 pandemic in Quebec

November 3, 2021

Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dubé, announced further easing of health measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic effective November 15

  • End of the obligation to keep a register of visitors in restaurants and bars.
  • End of the recommendation to work from home. Employers will be free to implement their face-to-face return policy, but mixed formulas that allow for the continuation of teleworking are recommended.
  • Non-essential gatherings, such as congresses, conferences, performances, festivals and events, still require the presentation of a vaccination passport, but distancing will no longer be necessary and there will be no capacity limits. However, a face cover remains mandatory indoors, except when drinking and eating.
  • Recall: there is no longer a maximum capacity to respect in store. However, it is necessary to ensure a distance of 1 meter at all times between the different bubbles. As such, some crowd control may continue to be necessary during high traffic periods.

For more information, please visit the official website of the Government of Quebec here (in French).

For questions or more information contact

Francis Mailly
Director, Government Relations – Grocery Division
fmailly@cccd-rcc.org
514-316-9185

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