COVID-19 vaccines & passports
Information for Concordians on the Quebec COVID-19 vaccination program and the use of vaccine passports on campus.
Last updated: April 11, 2022, 9:39 a.m.
As of Saturday, March 12, vaccine passports are no longer required for non-core activities, including social events, recreation and athletic games, fundraising and community engagement activities, and student group meetings.
The public health situation continues to evolve, and we thank you for your continued understanding as we adapt our plans accordingly. We will keep you updated.
As of March 17, 2022, 92.9% of Concordia students were considered adequately protected against COVID-19.
For staff and faculty, the most recent statistic provided by health authorities indicates that 91.6% are adequately protected as of January 20, 2022.
Source: Public Health Montreal
The university will continue to work closely with public health authorities and comply fully with all health guidelines.
The current protocol limits testing to those government-designated centres listed on Montreal’s public health website. If public health authorities ask universities to open additional testing clinics on their campuses, Concordia will certainly assess whether this is feasible.
No. Because educational activities don’t require a vaccination passport under government guideline, students do not need to disclose their status to attend a class, lab, studio or other academic event.
No. Because work-related activities don’t require a vaccination passport under government guidelines, employees do not need to disclose their status.
If you are planning to intern at a health or social services facility this year, the Government of Quebec asks that you advise Concordia if you received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine so we can help you coordinate your internship. Learn more about the registration process.