Areas still in the orange zone will turn yellow from Monday, leading to several cuts to health measures.
Thus, the Capitale-Nationale, Chaudière-Appalaches, Estrie, Montreal, Outaouais, Laval, Lanaudière, Laurentians, Montérégie, RCMs of Kamouraska, Rivière-du-Loup, Témiscouata and Les Basques, in Bas-Saint-Laurent, will be at the pre-warning level.
Here are the health rules that will change in these areas:
Gatherings are allowed indoors, but are limited to occupants of two private residences.
Outside and on the balconies, a maximum of eight people from different accommodations can meet or all passengers from two different addresses.
Although the dining rooms of the restaurants located in the yellow area are already open, they can accommodate, at the same table, all the occupants of two private dwellings.
Such establishments can be opened, but they must meet certain conditions.
– The number of customers is limited to 50% of the maximum capacity stipulated in the liquor permit
Only two occupants of private residences can sit at the same table
There should be a distance of two meters between the two tables
Customers must remain seated at their table
– No dancing or singing (no karaoke)
– Closed at midnight, sales of alcoholic beverages must stop at 11 pm.
Establishments must keep a record of customers
at An update to its rules was published last Monday, CNESST is allowing workers in the green or yellow zone to forgo wearing masks if another measure, such as physical distancing or physical barriers, is in place.
A maximum of 50 people can gather for the funeral celebration.
The maximum number of people who can gather at the place of worship has been increased to 250 participants.
Consult all health measures in force at the yellow level by clicking here.
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