COVID Preventive measures

Last update : May 14th, 2022

 

 

2022 OPERATION PLAN

 

Here is the general plan of operation according to the Covid-19 preventive measures currently required by Public Health. This page is evolving, the information can change without notice and according to the instructions of the Public Health.

 

The respect of the measures put in place is a shared responsibility between the station and our customers, we thank you for your precious collaboration. Mont SUTTON makes sure to respect all the requirements of the Public Health to avoid the propagation of the Coronavirus: vigilance of the employees, availability of cleaning gel for the customers and the employees, frequent cleaning of the reception areas, tables at the restaurant, rental bikes. etc.

 

 

COVID-19 SYMPTOMS

 

No one should come to the station with symptoms related to COVID-19. People who have had COVID-19 since December 20, 2021, are no longer required to isolate themselves (except for fever) for the next three months, even if they have high-risk contact with someone infected with COVID-19.

 

See the decision guidance page on the Coronavirus website for instructions if you have symptoms related to COVID-19, test positive for COVID-19, or have been in high-risk contact.

 

 

MASKS

 

Masks are worn at the discretion of the client. It is not required indoors or outdoors.

 

 

Clients from outside Canada

 

For people arriving from outside Canada, it is necessary to present the ArriveCAN mobile app at the Canadian border to confirm that you have been vaccinated.

 

All the information needed to download the application is available on the Canadian government website: https://www.canada.ca/en/border-services-agency/services/arrivecan.html .

 

If you are a fully vaccinated foreign traveler, you will be allowed to enter Canada by presenting your ArriveCAN receipt at your point of entry. Testing for COVID-19 is not required.

 

If you are a non-vaccinated foreign traveller, border services will not allow you to enter Canada, even if you have tested negative for COVID-19.

 

Find out if you can enter Canada here.