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Almost all of Quebec are in the orange zone from Monday

Almost all of Quebec are in the orange zone from Monday

After the curfew ends, the stands reopened, and gatherings are authorized for eight outside on Friday, the dismantling of Quebec continues with the passage of several districts in the Orange Zone on Monday.

Here are the areas where the level will change:

  • Bas Saint Laurent, Except for Kamouraska, Rivière-du-Loup, Témiscouata and Basques RCMs who will remain at the red level.
  • La Capital National
  • Chaudière-Appalaches, Except for Beauce-Sartigan, L’Islet, Montmagny and Robert-Cliche RCMs which will remain at the red level.
  • Estree, Except for the Granit RCM which will remain at the red level
  • Lanodier
  • Laurentians
  • Monterige
  • Outaouais

This change in level means that many health rules will be relaxed.

Restaurants

Among these, restaurant dining rooms will be able to accommodate customers.

A maximum of two persons from a different address for each schedule should be respected, accompanied by their minor children if possible.

More than two people can sit at the same table if they all reside at the same address.

Return to chapter

High school students 3, 4 and 5 will be able to return to class full-time.

However, some students may have to stay home if the COVID-19 outbreak occurs at their school.

They should check with their school or school service center whether lessons will actually be offered face-to-face.

Gyms

Sports clubs may open under certain conditions.

Employees must keep a record of clients.

Wearing a flip cap is mandatory at all times, including residents of the same residence who train together.

Places of worship

A maximum of 100 people can be gathered in places of worship, except for weddings and funerals, which are always restricted to 25 people.

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Areas of the red layer

Areas that will remain in the red on Monday, including Laval and Montreal, could move to the orange level on June 7.

“In areas that are still red, the situation is improving.” Prime Minister Francois Lego said at a press conference last Tuesday, “If this trend continues, everyone will be able to turn orange from Monday, June 7th.”

To view all the procedures in force in the regions of the orange zone, click here.

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