Quebec vaccine passport GONE – That day has finally arrived when Quebecer’s and tourists no longer have to show their VaxiCode or COVID-19 vaccine passport to enter a restaurant, bar, big box store, etc.
The vaccine passport was put into place by the Quebec government this past September and was needed to even buy alcohol in Quebec over the past few months.
The vacine passport or Vaxicode will still be needed to travel by air or train.
The Quebec government has also lifted the ban on capacity restrictions in public places, events, gyms, restaurants, bars, spas, etc.
Indoor proms for high schools will also be allowed this year, after being banned for two years.
Restaurants and bars will also be allowed to stay open until regular business hours, closing at 3 a.m. instead of 1 a.m.
At the moment the Quebec government believes the use of wearing masks will be lifted by mid-April.
Quebec talks about 4th vaccine doses
The Quebec government are in talks now about opening 4th vaccine doses for seniors in the near future. At the moment only 4th doses are for people who are immunocompromised.
People who come into contact with people who have COVID-19 no longer have to self isolate as long as they do not show COVID-19 symptoms.
The interim director of public health for Quebec, Luc Boileau said, “The pandemic isn’t over, The virus is still there and it’s doing damage every day.”