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  • April-27-20

    Dans le contexte de la pandémie COVID-19, certaines préoccupations entourant la sécurité de la population sont en émergence, notamment la violence familiale et conjugale, la criminalité et les tensions sociales; autant d'éléments pouvant affecter la cohésion sociale et le sentiment de sécurité. Ces problèmes peuvent se manifester au sein du domicile, entre les groupes sociaux (ex. : conflits résultant du non-respect des mesures par certains groupes, climat de méfiance entre des voisins, discrimination envers certains groupes), et plus largement pourront avoir un effet sur le climat social. Alors que pour certains enjeux de sécurité les conséquences pressenties du confinement sont immédiates, notamment en ce qui a trait à l’augmentation des cas de violence conjugale ou de maltraitance...

  • April-27-20

    Plusieurs questionnements émergent des directions régionales de santé publique, ainsi que d’organismes et de partenaires nationaux et régionaux sur la possibilité de débuter la saison des jardins communautaires ou collectifs en respectant les mesures de distanciation physique et d’hygiène qu’imposent le contexte de la COVID-19. De nombreux partenaires tentent de voir comment il serait possible d'ouvrir les jardins communautaires le 1er mai, date des premiers semis directs. La production plus importante commence habituellement la 2e ou...

  • April-27-20

    Au cours des dernières semaines, la détection dans divers milieux de soins québécois d’un grand nombre de personnes infectées, mais asymptomatiques a pu créer la perception qu’une forte proportion de la population avait déjà été infectée et qu’une stratégie visant à développer une immunité de groupe, notamment par le retour des enfants à l’école ou en garderie pouvait être intéressante. Le présent document vise à soulever les éléments scientifiques concernant l’immunité de groupe et l’impact épidémiologique d’une stratégie visant à créer une immunité de groupe.

  • April-22-20

    Any resumption of non-essential services must be carried out in such a way as to control the transmission of COVID-19. In fact, it is of paramount importance to avoid an important increase in the number of people infected, hospitalized or in intensive care, and of deaths. A number of conditions must be respected to ensure the control of COVID-19 in Québec.

  • April-21-20

    This document presents the interim recommendations in phase of gradual resumption of activities for garden centers and swimming pools, nurseries and landscaping companies.

  • April-16-20

    Any resumption of non-essential services must be carried out in such a way as to control the transmission of COVID-19. It is of paramount importance to avoid a significant increase in the number of people infected, hospitalized or in intensive care, and of deaths.

    A number of conditions must be respected to ensure the control of COVID-19 in Québec. Failure to comply with these conditions could lead to a significant increase in the number of cases and thus potentially to reconsideration of the strategy for reopening workplaces (number and type of workplaces, required distancing and protection measures) aimed at re-establishing an equilibrium and ensuring the sustainability of the health care system. These conditions are set out here:...

  • April-15-20

    The Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS) has mandated the Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) to establish a working group to develop interim recommendations for workplaces and in the context of the application of preventive withdrawal and reassignment of pregnant or breastfeeding workers.

    The working group brings together physicians and professionals at the INSPQ with varying backgrounds in public health, occupational health and infectious diseases, two medical communities of practice that are part of the Québec Health Network in Occupational Health (Réseau de santé publique en santé au travail du Québec, RSPSATQ), namely the “Communauté médicale de pratique d’harmonisation Pour une maternité sans danger (CMPH-PMSD)” and the “Communauté...

  • April-15-20

    The recommendations presented in this document are to be implemented when the Québec national public health director declares that there has been sustained community transmission of COVID-19 in the Québec population. Community transmission may be declared locally, regionally or province-wide.

    In the current context, the underlying premises for these recommendations are those issued by the public health authorities for the entire Québec population, who are required to postpone non-urgent appointments, remain at home except for essential trips (groceries, pharmacy, urgent healthcare), observe social distancing, and follow the established procedures when they present symptoms.

    Since there is no effective vaccine or specific treatment for COVID-19 at the time of drafting of...

  • April-15-20

    This document presents the preventive measures to be applied by hotel workers to protect the health of employees and those who frequent the workplace (clients reception desk, building entrances and exits, housekeeping staff, laundry room staff, employees in contact with food, handling of merchandise, non-essential services, hotels which become temporary medical sites for covid-19 patients). These measures apply when sustained community transmission is confirmed by public health authorities.

  • April-15-20

    COVID-19 preventive measures in the workplace
    These measures apply when sustained community transmission has been confirmed by public health authorities

    Characteristics of truck driving:

    Currently, all travellers returning from outside of Canada are required to undergo a 14-day voluntary isolation to limit the propagation of the coronavirus. In this context, the status of transborder employees, such as drivers of heavy vehicles (truck drivers), presents a particular situation. Presently, as mentioned by the Premier in a press conference, volunteer isolation measures for travelers returning from outside of Canada do not apply to truck drivers. This...

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