COVID-19 – Quebec government could force lockdown again

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The number of cases of COVID-19 have been rising over the last two weeks and Quebec Premier François Legault has sounded the alarm. Premier Legault is warning all Quebecers that the Quebec government could force lockdown again if Quebecers don’t start obeying public-health rules.

The Quebec government feel that the spike of new cases is due to the re-opening of bars, restaurants, private gatherings and sports. The Quebec Premier feels people are just being too lax and not taking precautions seriously.

The Quebec Premier has hinted the re-closing of schools, which have just reopened this week if the number of COVID-19 cases keep climbing.

Premier Legault has pleaded with all Quebecers to avoid indoor gatherings, even with family members for the next few weeks.

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