Construction workers will be able to start to go in the Great North of quebec on 6 July.
The nunavik regional board of health and social services Nunavik, however, know that the contractors should contact the regional authorities for their employees screened mandatory.
This will be in force in 12 of the 14 inuit communities of Nunavik.
The northern villages of Kuujjuaq and Puvirnituq also allow the resumption of building essentials, but will do so according to their own rules, a-t-one left to hear.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, only essential service workers could come in Nunavik.
The region has ultimately been very little affected by the virus, but the regional authorities say they do not want to lower its guard.
It asks the public health to send more resources to prevent construction workers contaminate the locals, who often live in overcrowded homes, where the virus could easily spread.
In addition, the curfew for the inhabitants of the region was officially lifted Tuesday, announced the nunavik regional board of health and social services Nunavik.