Level 4–Maximum Alert includes targeted and additional more restrictive measures that could extend to prohibiting non-essential activities in situations where risk cannot be sufficiently contained, while avoiding the generalized confinement that was experienced during the first wave of the pandemic as much as possible.

These regions are at Level 4 – Maximum Alert (red zone):

  • Bas-Saint-Laurent, only the MRC de la Matanie (Matane), the MRC de Matapédia, and the MRC de La Mitis. Special emergency measures apply in the other MRCs. Beginning on May 17, 2021, the MRC of Rimouski-Neigette will no longer be covered by special emergency measures and will return to Level 4 – Maximum Alert (red zone).
  • Capitale-Nationale
  • Chaudière-Appalaches, except for the MRC des Etchemins, the MRC de Beauce-Sartigan, and the MRC de Robert-Cliche, where special emergency measures apply
  • Estrie, except for the MRC du Granit where special emergency measures apply
  • Lanaudière
  • Laval
  • Laurentides
  • Montérégie
  • Montréal
  • Outaouais, except for the city of Gatineau and the MRC Les Collines-de-l’Outaouais and Pontiac, where special emergency measures apply until May 16, 2021 inclusively. These territories will return to Level 4 – Maximum Alert (red zone) on May 17, 2021.

Go to the measures in force in your municipality to find out the specific instructions for your region.

Measures in force

  • Curfew

    From 9:30 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following morning for all regions at Level 4 – Maximum Alert (red zone).

    Allowed exceptions:

    • A person whose presence is required at the person’s place of work or who is transporting goods needed for the ongoing activities of the person’s enterprise;
    • A person who is going to a pharmacy to obtain medication or pharmaceutical, hygienic or sanitary products;
    • A person who must go to or return from a hospital, a clinic, or a dentist’s or optometrist’s office;
    • A person who has to go to or return from a vaccination clinic;
    • A person who must visit  a sick or injured parent;
    • A student who must participate in a face-to-face evening class or go to a laboratory in a recognized school;
    • A parent who must accompany his or her children to the home of the other parent who has custody of them;
    • A person who, for final travel to the person’s destination, must take an inter-regional or inter-provincial bus, a train, a plane or a boat providing ferry service on the Matane–Baie-Comeau–Godbout, d'Harrington Harbour–Chevery, rivière Saint‑Augustin or île d’Entrée–Cap-aux-Meules route, or a maritime service to Île‑de‑la‑Madeleine, île d’Anticosti or the Lower North Shore operated by the Société des traversiers du Québec;
    • A person who must go out so that his dog can do its business, within a radius of no more than one kilometre from the person’s place of residence or temporary residence;
    • A person who must travel in order to comply with a court judgment, to respond to a summons to appear before a court, or to exercise custody or access rights as a parent;
    • A person who must accompany another person unable to drive to a medical appointment or an other essential service;
    • A parent who must accompany a sick child to the hospital;
    • A person travelling to give blood under the supervision of Héma-Québec;
    • A parent who must accompany an adolescent to his work;
    • Homeless people.

    Police officers continue to ensure compliance with health measures and can intervene when individuals are outside their homes during curfew hours. Offenders are liable to fines ranging from $1 000 to $6 000 if they are unable to adequately justify why they are outside the home. Young people 14 years of age and over are subject to a $500 fine.

    To enable individuals who are travelling during the curfew because of their work to readily demonstrate that such travel is legitimate, employers are asked to complete the Employer Attestation Concerning Travel During the Curfew Decreed by the Gouvernement du Québec.

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  • Travel between regions and cities

    Travel are prohibited to regions at Level 2–Early Warning (yellow zones) and to the Côte-Nord region.

    An exception is, however, made for essential travel by the following people:

    • people who have their principal residence there or who have to do maintenance work at their secondary residence;
    • people transporting goods in these territories;
    • people who need to travel for compassionate reasons;
    • people who need to travel to obtain care or services required by their health or to provide care or services to a person who requires them;
    • people who work, practice their profession or attend an educational institution there;
    • people who must go there in order to comply with a court judgment, to respond to a summons to appear in court or to exercise parental custody or access rights;
    • federal public service employees whose place of work is in one of these territories and whose presence is required in their workplace by the employer;
    • people who transport goods transiting through Québec;
    • people who reside in the territories of Nord-du-Québec, Nunavik and Cree Territory of James Bay.

    A person who is in a region or territory covered by special emergency measures, region at the orange or red alert level for a reason other than those listed above and who must return to their principal residence in a region at the green or yellow alert level or in the Côte-Nord and Abitibi-Témiscamingue regions must self-isolate for 14 days.

    Some specific travel measures apply to other territories and provinces, see the Travelling from one region to another or from one city to another page to find out.

  • Indoor or outdoor gatherings in private homes (house and cottage)

    Prohibited for visitors from another address, except for a person who lives alone, with their dependent children where applicable

    Allowed for:

    • one informal caregiver
    • a person providing a service or support;
    • labour for planned work;
    • a person who lives alone, with their dependent children, if any, may join people who live at one other address, provided that they form a stable group. Groups formed this way are asked to refrain from gathering in their homes with anyone who is not part of the group.
  • Demonstrations

    Demonstrations are permitted but wearing masks or face covers is always mandatory.

  • Funerals

    Funerals are limited to a maximum of 25 people, excluding funeral home workers and volunteers inside or outside the funeral home. A attendance register must be kept and a procedure mask must be worn. No alcohol or food can be served.

  • Places of worship

    Place of worship are limited to 25 participants. This maximum number of people also applies for funerals and weddings.

    A distance of at least two metres is maintained between people, even when they stay in their seat and do not move about, unless they are from the same private home or the equivalent.

    A procedure mask must be worn at all times. People can remove it while drinking or eating and then put it back on.

  • Restaurants

    Dining rooms are closed

    Delivery, takeout, and drive-through orders only. Only delivery is possible during the curfew.

  • Bars, breweries, taverns, casinos

    Bar activities are suspended.

    Microbreweries and distilleries, closed only for on-site eating or drinking.

    Shows are allowed in this type of establishment, but no alcohol or meals can be served. The rules that apply to shows must be respected. People under the age of 18 may not be admitted to the establishment.

  • Museums, zoos, aquariums, etc.

    Open, in compliance with the measures in force for museum institutes, biodomes, planetariums, insectariums, botanical gardens, aquariums, zoos and walkthroughs

  • Cinemas

    Open, in compliance with the measures in force. The wearing of a surgical mask is mandatory and there cannot be more than 250 people per screen. No food or drink may be consumed in the halls and spectators must remain seated.

    Cinemas must ensure that spectators who do not live at the same address maintain a distance of 2 m between seats.

  • Audiences (auditoriums)

    Open, in compliance with the measures in force. The wearing of a surgical mask is mandatory and there cannot be more than 250 people per auditorium. No food or drink may be consumed in the auditoriums and spectators must remain seated.

    Auditoriums must ensure that spectators who do not live at the same address maintain a distance of 2 m between seats.

  • Libraries

    Open to all

  • Sports and recreation

    Travel between regions is not recommended. Travelling to yellow zones is not permitted.

    No competitions or spectators are allowed.

    Indoors: Individuals, groups of two and members of the same household are permitted to engage in indoor, contact-free activities limited to sports carried out in pools, skating rinks and facilities for playing tennis and badminton. These facilities must be supervised. Physical fitness centres (gyms) are closed.

    Face covers are always mandatory during indoor activities, except when:

    • the occupants of the same residence engage in the activity, in addition to a single individual with the latter’s children, thereby forming a stable group, such as a couple that does not reside at the same address;
    • the participants from different residences remain a minimum of 2 metres apart throughout the activity;
    • the individuals engage in swimming or water sports.

    Individuals from different residences must always remain 2 metres apart.

    Classes or supervision can be offered to individuals or to the occupants of the same private residence. Individuals who offer classes or provide supervision must observe physical distancing and wear the protective equipment that CNESST rules prescribe. 

    Outdoors: Contact-free sports and recreational activities are permitted outdoors in public places with members of the same household or in groups of up to 8 people from different households.

    Face covers are always mandatory during outdoor activities, except when:

    • the occupants of the same residence engage in the activity, in addition to a single individual with the latter’s children, thereby forming a stable group, such as a couple that does not reside at the same address;
    • the participants from different residences remain a minimum of 2 metres apart throughout the activity;
    • the individuals are seated more than 2 metres apart;
    • the individuals engage in swimming or water sports.

    Individuals from different residences must always remain 2 metres apart.

    An additional individual who provides supervision, leadership, or who offers classes must observe physical distancing and wear the protective equipment that CNESST rules prescribe.

    One person may be permitted to accompany another when necessary (e.g. the parent of a child under 10 years old or an individual accompanying a person with a disability). This individual should be counted among the maximum number of people allowed per group.

    Children under 10 years of age are not obliged to wear face covers outdoors or indoors. However, in the school environment or during school activities such as outings or extracurricular activities, masks or face covers may be required. Additional details are available in the “Preschool education” elementary education” section.

    At outdoor sites with controlled access, the number of visitors permitted must be managed.

    At sites with open access, the visitor capacity must be indicated, along with a reminder concerning applicable public health guidelines.

    The number of people present in public areas is determined by the site managers based on the capacity of the facility and allowing for physical distancing measures to be strictly applied and contact between people to be avoided. The area in which activities take place must be supervised at all times by at least one person. This person must be present and be employed or designated by the owner of the facility.

    It is possible to borrow or rent equipment if it is disinfected between each use. The use of personal equipment is still the preferred option.

    Access to facilities for getting ready for an activity, warming up or eating is permitted, provided the current health guidelines are strictly respected.

    Wherever possible, participants are encouraged to arrive ready to engage in their activity. Locker rooms must remain closed and access to lockers is not permitted.

    However, access to pool locker rooms is permitted, provided physical distancing guidelines can be followed and the area is cleaned regularly throughout the day.

    Washrooms are also open (toilets, sinks).

    Pools located in hotels can reopen, but entertainment centres and recreation centres, as well as facilities for bowling, billiards and darts must remain closed.

    Training for individuals responsible for the safety of participants engaging in activities is permitted (e.g. lifeguard or ski patrol training). However, participants in training activities must strictly respect the physical distancing guidelines and the protocols that have been developed.

    Private lessons at home are allowed only if they are given to members of the same household in accordance with the health guidelines in force. A distance of 2 metres must be maintained between the teacher and the students.

  • Tourist accommodation

    Only residents at the same address may occupy a unit in a tourist accommodation establishment. A single person, with their children, if any, can join the occupants from one other address to form a stable group and stay in the same unit.

    Restaurants in tourist accommodation establishments must remain closed (meal delivery to rooms and take-out orders are permitted). During the curfew period, only meal delivery to rooms is allowed.

    Indoor swimming pools can reopen, provided that they comply with strict health recommendations.

    Youth hostels must remain closed.

    Reminder: travel between regions is not recommended.

  • Teleworking

    All employees of businesses, organizations or the public administration who perform administrative tasks or office work must continue to perform such tasks through teleworking in their private homes or the equivalent, except for employees whose presence is essential for the pursuit of the activities of the business, the organization, or the public administration.

  • Businesses, stores and boutiques

    Open

    1 person per household recommended

    Delivery services and help from loved ones preferred for people at high risk of complications

    Restriction on the number of people admitted to commercial enterprises subject to the Act respecting hours and days of admission to commercial establishments (CQLR, chapter H-2.1), especially retail and food stores, drugstores, and outlets of the Société des alcools du Québec.

    To comply with the 9:30 p.m. curfew, all commercial enterprises must close their doors not later than 9 p.m.

    During the curfew:

    • Drugstores remain open on the same schedule and can make deliveries as usual. Drugstores are allowed to sell only medication and essential products such as pharmaceutical, hygienic, sanitary products or offer a professional service. 
    • Service stations remain open on the same schedule as asual. Services stations are allowed to sell only food, non-alcoholic drinks, fuel and products for road vehicles. In other words, service stations are not authorized to sell tobacco products or alcoholic products during the curfew.
    • Grocery stores can make deliveries as usual. 
  • Manufacturers and construction companies

    Activities reduced to a minimum to complete commitments. Teleworking is mandatory when possible and shifts must be adjusted to limit the staff present at any time on production and construction sites.

    The Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) steps up its initiatives in the workplace to ensure compliance with health recommendations.

  • Spas

    Open. The indoor areas of spas must close, except for pools and personal care services.  

    Reservations are mandatory and a customer register must be kept. A distance of 2 metres must be maintained at all times between people who do not live at the same address.

  • Personal and esthetic care

    Open

  • Educational childcare services

    Educational childcare establishments (daycare centres) and family services

    All childcare establishments can now receive 100 % of the maximum number of children indicated on their permit.

    Home childcare providers can receive the regular number of children indicated on their current recognition document.

    Educational childcare establishments will be closed only if the public health authority declares an outbreak in the establishment.  

    Attendance at educational childcare establishments is optional. Children do not lose their places if they do not attend. Childcare fees remain in effect and must be paid by the parents, whether or not their child attends.

    Community social pediatrics centres can continue to offer services.

    Family community organizations (FCOs) and community drop-in daycare centres can also continue to offer services.

  • Preschools and elementary schools

    Preschoolers are not required to wear a procedural mask or face covering.

    Students must be divided into stable class groups at all times. Physical distancing measures do not apply within a stable class group.

    A distance of 2 metres must be maintained at all times between students from different stable class groups.

    A distance of 2 metres must be maintained between students and staff.

    All school staff must wear a procedural mask at all times in common areas, both indoors and outdoors. In class, masks may be removed in order to communicate, but only for the shortest possible period and if teachers are able to maintain a distance of 2 metres from students.

    Students in Elementary 1 to 6 must wear a procedural mask at all times in the classrooms, when circulating in the school and when using school transportation. These measures do not apply on the school playground or in the case of students who are considered exempt. To find out who is exempt from wearing a mask, go to the page  Wearing a mask or face covering in public settings in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Indoors, wearing a mask is required for all students during recreational activities or sports, with the exception of water sports or swimming. Masks may be removed if the 2-metre distance is respected at all times, including between members of the same stable class group.

    Outdoors, wearing a mask is not required.

    Extracurricular activities are prohibited.

    Field trips are permitted, but only within the same stable class group. However, overnight stays outdoors are not permitted.

    Special pedagogical projects can continue as long as the principle of stable class groups is respected. If this is not possible, a 2-metre distance between students from different stable class groups must be maintained at all times, and the health guidelines must be strictly followed.

    School visitors must be kept to a minimum.

    School daycare services are organized based on the principle of stable class groups or, if necessary, by creating subgroups and following the physical distancing guidelines.

    Students eat lunch with their stable class group.

  • Secondary schools

    All students must wear a procedural mask at all times, both in school and on school grounds. Staff must also wear a procedural mask in all common areas, except in class in order to communicate, with the mask removed for the shortest possible period and if they are able to maintain a distance of 2 metres from students.

    Wearing a mask is required for students during indoor or outdoor recreational activities or sports, with the exception of water sports or swimming. Masks may be removed if the 2‑metre distance is respected at all times, including between members of the same stable class group.

    Students in Secondary III, IV and V attend school every second day.

    Extracurricular activities are prohibited.

    Field trips are permitted, but only within the same stable class group. However, overnight stays outdoors are not permitted. Special pedagogical projects can continue as long as the principle of stable class groups is respected. If this is not possible, a 2-metre distance between students from different stable class groups must be maintained at all times, and the health guidelines must be strictly followed.

    School visitors must be kept to a minimum.

    Students eat lunch with their stable class group.

    Optional courses may take place through distance education or in person, provided that a distance of 2 metres is maintained at all times between students who are not from the same stable class group.

  • Adult education and vocational training centres

    Educational services are offered based on the locally determined school calendar. This is also the case for ongoing training offered by services to businesses. Distance education must be favoured. However, student attendance in labs or classrooms for practical training on specific equipment is permitted should a program or the competencies to be developed so require.

    Local evaluations can also take place at a distance, but ministerial exams must take place in person at the centres, following public health guidelines. Internships can continue as planned in workplaces that are capable of welcoming students. Training that takes place outside (in open spaces) may continue.

    Extracurricular activities and educational field trips are permitted, provided the health guidelines in force are respected.

    Travel to and from educational centres and institutions is permitted during curfew for training offered in the evening.

    Wearing a procedural mask is required at all times in centres, private schools and on the grounds, if they are shared with a secondary school. Students must wear a procedural mask even when they are seated in a classroom with at least 2 metres of distance between them. A physical distance of 2 metres must be maintained between students and teachers at all times. In class, masks may be removed in order to communicate, but only for the shortest possible period and if teachers are able to maintain a distance of 2 metres from students.

    If students are less than 2 metres apart, even if there are partitions, they must wear a procedural mask. A physical distance of 2 metres must be maintained between students from different classes. During meals, procedural masks can be removed when students are sitting down and ready to eat.

    The centre or institution will provide each student with two procedural masks per day.

  • Post-secondary institutions

    Distance learning must be preferred, unless the competencies to be acquired or evaluated as part of the program require students to be present in class.

    Group activities for pedagogical purposes are not recommended.

    Research activities, internships and laboratory work can continue, provided the applicable health guidelines are respected.

    Students must keep 1.5 metres apart when they are sitting in class. They must keep 2 metres apart in all other situations.

    Students are required to wear a procedural mask at all times, except:

    • during some educational activities that involve singing, playing wind instruments, theatre or physical activity
    • when they are eating
    • during oral presentations

    Libraries will remain open.

    Support services for students are provided in person for the only the most urgent situations, while respecting the health guidelines that are in force.

    Each institution is responsible for implementing measures for monitoring and controlling on‑campus traffic, and for ensuring that the current health guidelines are respected.

    Each educational institution is responsible for applying the guidelines pertaining to Level 4 (red zones) to the additional facilities on campus as well as to recreation and sports.

  • CHSLDs, RIs for seniors with 20 or more residents and privat senors’home (RPAs)

    Relationships between people and their loved ones must also be maintained and increased as lockdown restrictions are eased either virtually or through telephone calls. Informal caregivers who are known to the community must be encouraged to visit.

    General instructions

    The measures differ depending on whether or not there is an outbreak in the facility.

    Informal caregivers must:

    • Make an appointment with the facility to:
      • facilitate visits and support;
      • ensure infection prevention and control measures are applied;
      • check that the informal caregiver's situation does not require them to self-isolate.
    • Comply fully with the basic health instructions.
    • Wear a medical mask at all times or a face covering in RPAs in accordance with the current directive. This instruction applies to all visitors over 2 years of age, both indoors and outdoors.
    • Be informal caregivers known to the facility, i.e., people who are
      • trained and already familiar with the infection prevention and control measures that must be applied;
      • identified by the user or the resident of the facility. A maximum of two different informal caregivers identified by the user will be allowed to access the facility. The same caregiver who is known and identified may visit their loved one more than once during the same day depending on the appointment made with the facility.
    • Provide their contact information in the entry and exit management register so that they can be contacted promptly by a public health authority in the event of an outbreak. Anyone who refuses to provide this information will not be allowed to enter the facility.
    • Respect the curfew. In some specific situations, informal caregivers may obtain a certificate from a health and social services institution allowing travel during the curfew when clinically required for the user.

    Only informal caregivers from neighbouring territories are allowed to travel.

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    CHSLDs and RIs for seniors with 20 or more residents

    Facilities that do not have an outbreak

    Visits

    • 1 informal caregiver who is known to and has been identified by the facility per day

    Outings to attend gatherings

    • Outings to attend gatherings are not allowed. The facility is asked to encourage visits by informal caregivers.
    Resident in isolation or facilities where there is an outbreak

    Visits

    • 1 informal caregiver who is known to and has been identified by the facility per day

    Outings to attend gatherings 

    • Outings to attend gatherings are not allowed.
    Instructions for private seniors' homes
    Facilities that do not have an outbreak

    Visits 

    • 1 informal caregiver who is known to and has been identified by the facility per day

    Outings to attend gatherings

    • Outings to attend gatherings are not allowed. However, as for the general public, a person who lives on their own in an RPA may meet up with another person. This other person must always be the same person.

    Daily activities in the home

    Residents are asked to avoid contact with other residents or to maintain a physical distance of 2 metres, to wear a medical mask or a face covering in accordance with the current directive, to wash the hands frequently and to respect the curfew.

    Dining rooms

    As of March 24, 2021, dining rooms will be allowed to reopen with strict health measures in RPAs where most residents were vaccinated at least 28 days previously. Dining rooms will stay closed in RPAs where residents have not been vaccinated or were vaccinated less than 28 days previously. Dining rooms that stay closed will be reopened gradually as the 28-day time period is reached.

    RPAs where residents have not been vaccinated or were vaccinated less than 28 days previously

    Meals may not be taken in the dining room in RPAs where people have not been vaccinated or were vaccinated less than 28 days previously. Meals are served to rental units and infection prevention and control measures must be strictly observed. There is no charge for meal delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, exceptionally, dining rooms could be used subject to strict compliance with infection prevention and control measures:

    • in RPAs where the operator shares their place of residence with residents;
    • for residents who require supervision or assistance with feeding;
    • for residents in a health care unit, when the bubble concept can be applied;
    • for residents who live in unfurnished rental units where meals can be taken in an appropriate and safe manner.

    In the event of an exceptional situation in an RPA, a request for a temporary exemption could be made to the institution in the territory concerned. The request will be assessed by the institution, in collaboration with the Direction régionale de santé publique. The institution will have to monitor the RPA closely and the situation will be reassessed regularly. The Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux must be informed by the institution’s CEO of any requests accepted and their duration.

    RPAs where most residents were vaccinated at least 28 days previously

    Meals may be taken in the dining room subject to strict compliance with health measures as of March 24, 2021:

    • The operator of the RPA must ensure that all the measures have been put in place to comply with physical distancing of 2 metres and the other infection prevention and control measures in and around the dining room.
    • To reduce the number of people in the dining room at the same time, several services for the same meal must be offered to residents.
    • Particular attention must be paid to high-touch surfaces and surfaces at high risk of contamination in the dining room. They must be cleaned and disinfected in between each sitting or more frequently.
    • Maximum of 2 people per table.
    • A plexiglass partition can be placed in the middle of a small table so that 2 people can sit at the table without having to respect physical distancing.
    • Depending on the size of the room, a maximum of 25 to 35 residents may be allowed in the dining room during the same sitting to avoid bottlenecks at the entrance and exit to the dining room.
    • For health care units, the bubble concept can be applied, so physical distancing does not have to be respected.
    • Buffet-style meals and salad or dessert bars must be removed.
    • Residents must be supervised when they are moving around to ensure they are wearing a mask (medical mask or face covering depending on the current directive), are maintaining a distance of 2 metres and avoiding gatherings, for example at the elevator or outside the dining room.
    • Visitors and informal caregivers are not allowed in the dining room.

    Supervised group activities in the RPA that are aimed at promoting physical and psychological health are allowed with a maximum of 10 people. Infection prevention and control measures, including physical distancing of 2 metres between residents and no sharing of items must be strictly observed.

    Resident in isolation or facilities where there is an outbreak

    Visits

    • 1 informal caregiver who is known to and has been identified by the facility per day


    Outings to attend gatherings

    Outings to attend gatherings are not allowed.

  • Private professional and health services

    Open only for services that require an individual’s presence

  • Assistance and resources in cases of conjugal violence

    The lockdown and curfew must not prevent victims of conjugal violence from leaving an environment where they feel they are in danger. If you are a victim of conjugal violence or if you know someone who is, help and resources are available to you.

    To find out about the types of assistance and resources available, go to the Conjugal violence page.

  • Community organizations

    Community organizations are allowed to provide services, including in-person activities. People must wear a mask or face covering and keep two metres apart.

    Support group workshops and meetings (e.g., Alcoholics Anonymous) are allowed with a maximum of 25 participants.

    Organizers must provide the necessary documentation to participants and employees if activities require travel during curfew hours. As much as possible, the schedule for services should be adjusted to take curfew hours into account.

    Indoor and outdoor sports and leisure activities must comply with the instructions for this type of activity. See the sports and recreation section for more information.

    Family community organization services and community drop-in daycare activities are maintained.

  • Other long-term applicable measures

    Broader police interventions

    Offence reports and fines are issued to individuals who fail to comply with the measures