The Toronto Maple Leafs will also have some support in the stands on Monday at Scotiabank Arena in the last game of the series against the Montreal Canadiens, with 550 healthcare workers attending.
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This was announced by Ontario Premier Doug Ford on Monday morning. People who pass through a tourniquet should receive two doses of the vaccine for at least two weeks and usual hygiene measures should be observed.
The choosers will attend the match free of charge and also receive a Maple Leafs shirt as a gift.
“Every day, health care workers put their lives on the line to help others,” the prime minister’s press release read. This little sign of recognition doesn’t measure the extent of the sacrifices they made in the process [la pandémie de] COVID-19, but this is an opportunity for us to appreciate their heroic efforts to keep us all safe. “
The Canadians were the first team from the Canadian National Hockey League to welcome fans on Saturday. The club had put up 2,500 tickets for sale, the maximum allowed under the Quebec government plan.
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