Quebec begins to repeal its “gradual and progressive” lockdown with the curfew being lifted on Friday, in the context of a decline in COVID-19 cases.
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According to the Legault government’s disassembly plan, with the move to the orange zone in most districts, restaurants will be allowed to reopen high school students 3, 4 and 5 to return to class.
Gatherings in backyards of a maximum of eight people and excursions between regions are also permitted, while restaurants will be able to welcome customers on terraces starting Friday, at a rate of two people from different addresses with minor children per table, one first for eight months in the red.
- Listen to Pierre Nantel’s interview with Jonathan Olat, co-owner of L’Atelier and Ophélia, on QUB:
Collegiate sports will resume with short connections starting June 11, with the exception of Montreal and Laval who will have to wait to move to the yellow zone, possibly on June 7. Organizing outdoor tournaments and competitions with spectators will continue at the end of June as well.
The bars are scheduled to reopen on the same date, according to the Legault government’s plan, while indoor gatherings without masks or physical spaces will be allowed for those who have received two doses of the vaccine starting June 25.
With the transition to green by 25 June, the day camps will be able to reopen and the authorized festivals will accommodate a maximum of 2,500 people, in areas of 250 people.
- Listen to the interview with Viany Goodbott and Stephan Greenon, the owner of the restaurant, on Richard Martineau’s microphone on QUB Radio:
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