The municipal councilor of the Orée-du-Parc district, Isabelle N. Miron, has just been placed in administrative segregation for a period of 14 days, learned Le Droit.
M me Miron is back home on Thursday after spending a week in Tunisia where she participated in a symposium on the role of women in local democracies. The event for which the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and the Government of Quebec were partners brought together more than 200 elected women, mainly from Tunisia and Quebec, as well as representatives of civil society.
Ms. Miron’s assistant, Mélisa Ferreira, said that Ms. Miron will be placed in quarantine as soon as she arrives late Thursday. “She has no symptoms of COVID-19, but she will respect the recommendations of the various competent authorities,” she said.
Earlier in the morning, Thursday, the Premier of Quebec, François Legault, recommended to travelers returning to Quebec to place themselves in voluntary and preventive quarantine, regardless of where they arrive from.
MP Maryse Gaudreault also
The member for Hull-Aylmer, Maryse Gaudreault, will do the same for the next few days. The latter has returned for a week from a professional trip to Morocco where she participated in a conference on the leadership of women in politics. “I have canceled all of my activities for the next few days,” she said. I leave the National Assembly and go home. I have no flu symptoms, but I passed through several airports and flew. So I’m going to retire for a while as recommended. ”