Québec City: Travel Restrictions and COVID-19 Update

Québec City COVID-19 Update: November 1, 2021 

COVID-19 Travel Restrictions in Québec City 

The region is at the green alert level. Please refer to the Government of Québec's website for details. 

Please note that it is strongly recommended to confirm the schedule with the different establishments before traveling and to book ahead when possible.

What is open in Québec City now? 

All of the tourism businesses are open. The attractions, restaurants and accommodations are open and ready to receive visitors in compliance with the actual health measures. Access to dining rooms and some non-essential activities is limited to fully immunized visitors.

Despite the current situation, there is so much to see and doUrban parks and outdoors nearby  also allow you to have plenty of space for a perfect stay.

Québec City is a safe destination where health measures are rigorously applied and we look forward to welcoming you. 

What are the current travel restrictions in Québec City?

  • Access to certain non-essential activities restricted to fully immunized visitors.
  • It is mandatory to wear a mask or a face cover in closed and partially covered public places as well as in public transports for people 10 years and older. 
  • The number of customers authorized in attractions is limited in order to allow physical distancing. It is strongly recommended to book ahead when possible in order to prepare your stay.

Please refer to the Government of Québec's website for the restrictions by type of business. 

Vaccination proof for non-essential activities (vaccination passport)

vaccination passport is in place to allow people 13 years old and over who are adequately vaccinated to access certain non-essential activities such as:

  • Restaurants and bars
  • Events and festivals
  • Cinemas as well as theaters and sporting events
  • Alpine ski resorts and some other sporting activities
  • Some indoor attractions (arcades, amusement centers and waterparks)

People traveling to Québec will have to present a valid photo ID with an address outside Québec and the official proof of vaccination against COVID-19 issued by their province or country to access the non-essential activities mentioned above. 

What Are the Travel Restrictions in Canada?

 

Can you travel to Canada during the coronavirus disease pandemic? 

Visitors from the USA, Europe and other countries who qualify as fully vaccinated travellers, can enter Canada for discretionary travel.

Fully vaccinated travellers do not have to quarantine upon arrival in Canada, but will have to get tested ahead and present a suitable quarantine plan in case quarantine is required. All adequately vaccinated travelers entering Canada must use the ArriveCAN app and provide their information up to 72 hours before arriving. We invite you to make sure you are eligible to enter Canada and meet specific criteria. 

Do I have to quarantine if I travel within Canada? 

There are no isolation measures for people arriving from other Canadian provinces. 
 

As this situation continues to change rapidly, please visit the official websites to have the most up to date information: 


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