Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, said on Thursday that a standardized Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination is now available to residents of several provinces, including Quebec. Canada is also engaging with international partners to obtain recognition and acceptance abroad, so the proof can also be used to facilitate travel around the world.
The standardized passport will be required for travel as of Oct.30.
To learn more about the Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination and how to get it, visit the website Canada.ca/vaccine-proof.
The most recent data on the evolution of COVID-19 in Quebec is reporting 428 new cases, bringing the total number of people infected since the beginning of the pandemic to 421,357. There are currently 4,773 active cases in the province.
Three new deaths were reported, for a total of 11,458 deaths. Hospitalizations decreased by 13 from the day before, for a total of 274, and 72 patients are in intensive care, no change from the previous day.