Quebec Added A New Curfew Exception To Its List

As usual, you'll want to carry proof with you.

Premier François Legault announced that Montreal's 8 p.m. curfew would be reinstated as of April 11. While Quebec curfew exceptions range from emergencies to essential work and humanitarian travel, the province has added one more to its list.

Quebecers are now also exempt from curfew if they have vaccine appointments during curfew hours.

Editor's Choice: Everything You Need To Know About Wearing A Mask For Outdoor Activities In Quebec

According to the Quebec government's website, "a person who must go to or from a vaccination clinic" is permitted to be out of their home after 8:00 p.m. or 9:30 p.m., depending on the region in which they are located.

Evening vaccine appointments are reportedly set to launch in Quebec City on April 10.

Quebecers with vaccine appointments during curfew hours should carry proof they can show police on the way to their appointment, as well as confirmation of their second-dose appointment on the way home.