Saturday 19 February 2022

COVID-19: Quebec announces vaccine passport system to end March 14

Global News in Canada shows that Quebec will slowly put an end to its COVID-19 vaccine passport system, the province’s health minister announced Tuesday.

"We are withdrawing it gradually as we learn to live with the virus," Christian Dubé told reporters in Quebec City.

The passport will no longer be used for big-box stores as well as the government-run liquor and cannabis stores starting Wednesday. Proof of vaccination will not be required to access places of worship and funeral homes as of Feb. 21.

Quebec’s vaccine passport system will be fully lifted for all settings --- including restaurants, bars and entertainment venues --- starting March 14.

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