The relaxations presented in this page apply to all regions of Québec. These changes relate to low-risk activities targeting large venues and outdoor activities.

Relaxations details

Since June 11

Bar outdoor terraces open

Supervised outdoor sports and recreation allowed in groups of 25 people

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

Festival and event promoters must comply with specific instructions. For additional information, please consult the “Instructions for festivals and events” page.

Since June 17

Shows and sporting events can accommodate up to 3,500 people, both indoors and outdoors, subject to certain measures.

Starting June 25

Day and sleepover vacation camps opening (Starting June 21)

Outdoor public activities and events allowed according to specific rules

Easing of requirements on wearing masks and distancing oneself from private home gatherings for people vaccinated with 2 doses

Resumption of festivals and major outdoor events during which spectators are standing or sitting without pre-assigned seating, with a maximum of 3 500 people authorized on each site, subject to certain measures.

Drive-ins located in a region where the alert level is green or yellow will also be able to accommodate 3,500 people.

Festival and event promoters must comply with specific instructions. For additional information, please consult the “Instructions for festivals and events” page.

End of August or later

Progressive relief depending on epidemiological situation and vaccination coverage if 75% of those aged 12 years and over have received a second dose

  • Flexibility in childcare and preschool settings
  • Return to normal organization at primary and secondary level
  • Return mostly to face-to-face work in higher education
  • Progressive return to face-to-face work
  • Additional relief for gatherings, sports and recreation
  • Increased person limits for indoor venues and outdoor events
  • End of color levels

Reduced requirements for masks and distancing in public places or events for people vaccinated with 2 doses and depending on the evolution of the epidemiological situation