COVID-19: the raising interiors soon Quebec

COVID-19: les rassemblements intérieurs bientôt permis au Québec

Quebec will soon be ready to allow for family gatherings and friends on the inside, in addition to opening restaurants, announced by the prime minister François Legault, Monday in Montreal.

He holds a press conference in Montreal with Dr. Horacio Arruda and the minister of Health and social Services, Danielle McCann.

More details will be specified in a separate press briefing at 15: 30 in Quebec city.

The balance sheet of the last 24 hours reported fewer than 200 new cases of infection to the COVID-19. Since Sunday, the province is also concerned less than 10 deaths per day.

“It is very encouraging,” he said.


Addressing the large protests Sunday in Montreal and elsewhere in Quebec, the premier has once again promised a “policy against racism”.

“There is racism in Quebec”, he said, adding, however, that he wants to avoid the “trial of all Quebecers”.

But he expects to seek pragmatic solutions in a number of sectors against “this evil that eats away at our society.”

“I made the choice not to ban these events. I understand very well that Quebecers have the taste to express, that they have a ras-le-bol”, he explained.

More details to come..

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– With the collaboration of Vincent Larin


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