Quebec launches mandatory domestic vaccine passport

Today, the mandatory vaccine domestic pass begins in order to enter most non-essential businesses.

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In Quebec, Canada it is now mandatory to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination in order to enter most non-essential businesses including gyms, bars, restaurants, cinemas, etc.

Certain events and activities are also restricted to the unvaccinated such as outdoor events and festivals, performance halls and sports arenas, and certain extracurricular activities.

In order to dine on an outdoor patio, anyone in Quebec will be required to show proof of vaccination. 

The Quebec government says that the mandatory domestic pass “will make it possible for businesses to stay open.”

“With a vaccine passport, people age 13 and up who are adequately protected or who have a clinical contraindication to COVID-19 vaccination can gain admittance to certain locations and certain non-essential activities where the risk of transmission is high.”

See the full list of restricted businesses and activities here and more about the vaccine pass here.

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