89% Of Quebecers Would Support A Total Ban On International Travel, A Survey Says

The vast majority of Quebecers agree with Canada's new tighter travel measures.
89% Of Quebecers Would Support A Total Ban On International Travel, A Survey Says

Ninety-one percent of Quebecers support Canada's new international travel restrictions, including suspending flights to sun destinations and mandatory hotel quarantines, according to survey results released by Montreal marketing firm Leger on February 1. 

While the current flight suspension is limited to destinations like Mexico and the Caribbean, 89% of Quebecers surveyed said they support a total ban on international travel until seeing a reduction in COVID-19 cases over several consecutive days.

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91% of Quebecers agreed with Canada's new stricter travel restrictions

In total, 87% of Canadians surveyed agreed with tighter restrictions on international travel.

The survey also revealed that 75% of Quebecers think the province's night-time curfew is working.

Asked if they would likely receive a COVID-19 vaccine when one becomes available for public use, 73% of Quebecers said they intended to get vaccinated.

However, 30% of Quebecers said they intend to wait until more COVID-19 vaccines become available, rather than taking the first vaccine available. 

Eighty percent of Quebecers surveyed agreed that, overall, vaccines are not dangerous and should be taken. 

Leger surveyed a representative panel of 1,559 Canadians between January 29 and January 31.