Masks no longer required as of June 23
Concordia is removing its mask and physical distancing requirements on campus. Starting June 23, you are no longer required to wear a mask.
The only exception is Health Services, where you must wear a procedure mask in keeping with public health directives from the government of Quebec.
Masks remain available
Please feel free to continue to wear a mask, should you wish. Concordia will continue to provide masks at most building entrances until further notice.
End of reporting processes
You are no longer required to self-report COVID-19 positive tests as of June 23, at which time the university will stop tracking cases on campus. Concordia is also discontinuing safety training and the daily health pledge.
What to do if you have symptoms
If you feel sick or you experience symptoms associated with COVID-19:
- You must stay home, self-isolate and consult Quebec’s COVID-19 resources.
- Learn about the options for academic accommodations to minimize the adverse effects of medical or other concerns on your academic progress.
- See if your situation meets the criteria for using the short-term absence form.
- For non-urgent medical attention, contact Health Services.
Questions? Contact our COVID-19 information team.