1. Quebec to use vaccine passports to limit access to non-essential services, if necessary  CTV Montreal
  2. COVID-19 live updates: Quebec will implement a 'vaccination passport' by Sept. 1, Dubé says  Montreal Gazette
  3. COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know on Thursday  CBC.ca
  4. Health minister says 95 per cent of Quebecers who got COVID-19 last week were not 'adequately' vaccinated  CTV News Montreal
  5. COVID-19 updates, July 7: Quebec expected to rely on proof of vaccination to avoid a fall lockdown  Montreal Gazette
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The Legault government plans to use proof of vaccination to limit people's access to non-essential services if the COVID-19 situation worsens in the fall. The Legault government plans to use proof of vaccination to limit people's access to non-essential services if the COVID-19 situation worsens in the fall.

Quebec to use vaccine passports to limit access to non-essential services if COVID-19 situation worsens | CTV News

If COVID-19 cases surge in the fall, Quebec may use vaccination passports to limit access to certain services for people who aren't fully vaccinated, Health Minister Christian Dubé announced Thursday.If COVID-19 cases surge in the fall, Quebec may use vaccination passports to limit access to certain services for people who aren't fully vaccinated, Health Minister Christian Dubé announced Thursday.

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Province reports 10 deaths as cases dip back below 100. Outdoor high school proms are allowed in Quebec as of today.

COVID-19 updates, July 8: Quebec to impose ‘vaccination passport’ system in fall if infections rise | Montreal Gazette

COVID-19 updates, July 8: Quebec to impose ‘vaccination passport’ system in fall if infections rise | Montreal Gazette

But that would only happen if the province’s COVID situation deterioratesBut that would only happen if the province’s COVID situation deteriorates

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The passport will only be used if the epidemiological situation warrants it but those who are not fully vaccinated could be barred from non-essential services, Christian Dubé said.The passport will only be used if the epidemiological situation warrants it but those who are not fully vaccinated could be barred from non-essential services, Christian Dubé said.

Quebec to implement COVID-19 vaccine passport system by September | Globalnews.ca

In a press conference on July 8, Quebec Minister of Health Christian Dubé confirmed that the province could introduce vaccine passports this September. However, Dubé clarified that Quebec's vaccine passport system would only be used "if and only if the transmission or outbreaks justify it in a sector or in a territory" — and it'll also only be used for non-essential services. Editor's Choice: Porter Airlines Announced When It's 'Returning To The Skies' With 7 Daily Montreal Flights   In the event of a COVID-19 outbreak this fall, rather than closing some non-essential services altogether, Dubé said access to high-risk activities like bars, gyms and contact sports would only be permitted for Quebecers who have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The health minister also said that in the event of a future outbreak, Quebecers who have received two doses will be able to continue living their lives "normally." "Those who refuse to get vaccinated, I have often told them it's their right," Dubé said. "But they need to know, in the case of an outbreak or transmission in their area, they risk having to [self] isolate, having to get tested, or not having access to certain activities."They'd only be used for non-essential services.

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“If you want to live a normal life, without restrictions, you need to go get vaccinated now," the Quebec health minister says.

COVID-19 vaccine passports won't be needed for essential services: Dubé | Montreal Gazette

COVID-19 vaccine passports won't be needed for essential services: Dubé | Montreal Gazette

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Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé is set to give an update on the novel coronavirus vaccination rollout in the province on Thursday afternoon.Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé is set to give an update on the novel coronavirus vaccination rollout in the province on Thursday afternoon.

Quebec reports 64 new COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths due to data catchup | Globalnews.ca

Starting July 12, shoppers in Quebec might feel like their favourite stores are more crowded than usual and they might not be wrong as the province further eases COVID measures. Starting July 12, shoppers in Quebec might feel like their favourite stores are more crowded than usual and they might not be wrong as the province further eases COVID measures.

COVID-19: Quebec to drop capacity limits for stores, relax social distancing rules | Globalnews.ca

Quebec reported 103 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death, which took place in the past 24 hours, on Wednesday.Quebec reported 103 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death, which took place in the past 24 hours, on Wednesday.

Quebec’s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases tops 100 | Globalnews.ca

Legault indicates inoculation proof will be used to “avoid re-confining certain sectors” should cases start rising again. With the situation stable, Quebec is set to relax distancing rules and drop store capacity limits as of Monday.

COVID-19 updates, July 7: Quebec expected to rely on proof of vaccination to avoid a fall lockdown  | Montreal Gazette

COVID-19 updates, July 7: Quebec expected to rely on proof of vaccination to avoid a fall lockdown  | Montreal Gazette

Quebecers can now book 2nd shots after four weeks. With more than 2.2 million doses on hand, province hopes to ramp up the vaccination rate.

COVID-19 updates, July 6: Quebec launches hotline for people who can’t download proof of vaccination | Montreal Gazette

COVID-19 updates, July 6: Quebec launches hotline for people who can’t download proof of vaccination | Montreal Gazette

Province’s main concern is ensuring people in the 18–29 age group get vaccinated, Dubé said, noting they’re still trailing behind others.

Quebec to allow second dose after four weeks, Dubé says | Montreal Gazette

Quebec to allow second dose after four weeks, Dubé says | Montreal Gazette

In Quebec, the interval between doses of the novel coronavirus vaccine has been cut to four weeks.In Quebec, the interval between doses of the novel coronavirus vaccine has been cut to four weeks.

Quebec sees 67 new COVID-19 cases as hospitalizations remain stable | Globalnews.ca