Traveling from Red to Yellow Zone in Quebec? This could put you at a fine of 000 6,000

Quebec City – Quebecs residing in the red or orange zone may be fined if they go to the yellow or green zone, with a few exceptions.

The fines range from $ 1,000 to $ 6,000, and the Ministry of Public Safety says random checks will be conducted by police in the yellow and green zones.

The ban went into effect on Thursday, aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 in areas currently under control.

However, there are many exceptions. For example, those with a second home in these areas will be allowed to visit, but only for maintenance purposes.

Persons carrying goods within these regions, whose travel is necessary for humanitarian purposes, or even those who travel there to obtain or provide care or services necessary for their medical condition are not subject to this restriction.

These areas can be accessed by those carrying goods in transit via Quebec, those who have to go to work or study in these areas, or those who have to comply with a court order or exercise their security rights.

In addition, someone returning from an orange or red zone to a yellow or green zone should isolate themselves for 14 days. The exception to this rule is to go to work or comply with a court order to allow the exercise of custody rights, to obtain or provide health care and services, or for humanitarian purposes.

Nunavic and Terres-Kris-de-la-By-James are areas in the Green Zone, while C -te d’Ivoire, Nord-du-Quebec and the Caspian-Isles-de-La-Madeleine are in the Yellow Zone.

– This report of the Canadian edition was first published on April 8, 2021.

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I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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