When you still need to wear a mask: Quebec’s new rules explained – CBC

Masks are still required in some places, such as public transit and hospitals

May 14, 2022

Since last Saturday, Quebecers no longer have to wear a mask in most indoor spaces across the province.

The province’s mandatory mask mandate has been in place since July 2020, for a total of 21 consecutive months. Quebec was the last province to drop its mandate.

However, masks will still be required in some places, at least for now. Here’s what you need to know.

Most indoor spaces in a Quebecer’s daily life no longer require a mask, including grocery stores, gyms and restaurants.

Here’s a list of places where masks are no longer required:

Retail businesses (including grocery stores and pharmacies)
Shopping malls
Restaurants and bars
Places of worship
Indoor fitness centres and gyms
Personal care businesses, such as spas and hairdressers
Cultural and sports venues with spectators
Government offices

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/qc-mask-mandate-1.6450650

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