Quebec Premier François Legault released the new restrictions for Quebec Spring Break in yesterday’s press conference. All movie theatres, indoor sports facilities will be allowed to open during this years Spring Break. However, all other restrictions will stay in play in the red zones across the province.
Quebecers will still not be able to go to restaurants they remain closed. The 8 P.M. to 5 A.M. curfew will stay in place.
Movie theatres and sports facilities will be allowed to open as of February 26, 2021 to allow families enjoy activities during the Spring Break. Everyone must obey the public health measures. In the movie theatres people will have to sit two metres a part from each other.
The Quebec government said there will be no road blocks as they are focusing police efforts on home gatherings in private residences.
People will be allowed to meet outside in groups of no more than eight or two families. People are not allowed to rent chalets or hotel rooms with other family bubbles.
It is very important that people still do not gather together inside homes and police will be issuing fines to the offenders. As of past week over 1,000 tickets were issued to be Quebecers breaking the law.
Premier Legault said, “We have a few difficult weeks ahead of us. Spring is coming! However, if we want a beautiful spring, we have to be careful.”
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Quebec:
- 669 new cases of COVID-19 where reported on Tuesday February 16, 2021
- 20 new deaths were reported on Tuesday February 21, 2021
- 771 people are in hospitals all over Quebec
- a total number 297,694 doses of Coronavirus vaccine have been given out since December 14, 2020.