Health & Safety Information

The International Society for Electrophysiology and Kinesiology is committed to holding a safe and inclusive face to face conference in June 2022.  Due to the continuation of the pandemic, and the ever-changing regulations, the ISEK Congress will be following the health and safety measures from Health Canada and the Province of Quebec that are in effect at the time of the conference.  Please click here to find the current Quebec City regulations.

Delegates who do not adhere to the health and safety measures may be asked to leave the conference. 

Before the conference

International delegates, follow the relevant health and travel requirements for your country.  Please make note of the requirements for entering Canada and ensure compliance.

If you have been exposed to COVID-19, have symptoms, or test positive, stay home and do not attend the conference.

On site measures

Masks are currently (Effective May 14, 2022) not required in Quebec City except for in select businesses, health care facilities and public transportation.  Please note, all visitors to Canada, or Canadians returning from international travel, are currently (as of May 14, 2022) required to wear a mask in all public places for the first 14 days of their visit/return. It is recommended that all conference delegates wear a mask when not eating, drinking, or presenting at the podium.  Please note, masks should cover both the mouth and nose.

ISEK and the Quebec City Convention Centre will be setting the meeting rooms to allow for as much distancing as possible, including in the poster hall.

Hand sanitizing stations are present throughout the venue and a small selection of disposable masks will be available at the registration desk should one be requested.  In the interest of reducing environmental impact, kindly provide your own mask.

Please note, the ISEK Congress will not have on site testing for COVID.  Should international delegates require testing prior to returning, it is recommended delegates review the requirements to return home and book tests as soon as possible.  Please note that Friday June 24th is a holiday in Quebec and there may be limited options for testing.

Options for in person testing


Santé Medic
Complexe Capitale Helicoptere – at the Quebec City Airport

Should a delegate not feel well or has tested positive to COVID-19 during the meeting, please do not attend the meeting and contact us at