Montreal: the distancing little respected on Sainte-Catherine?

Montréal: la distanciation peu respectée sur Sainte-Catherine?

MONTREAL | Of Montreal did not seem to really respect the measures put in place by health authorities to limit the spread of the COVID-19, in the late afternoon on Thursday, at the center of the city.

A few days after the déconfinement shops in the metropolis, the QMI Agency has found that the sidewalks of the rue Sainte-Catherine West, in the area of Peel street, it was crowded and only a few people wore a cover face.

In addition, the two traffic lanes reserved for pedestrians by the City did not seem popular as opposed to sidewalks.

Recall that the administration of the mayor Valerie Plant has taken measures to restrict the flow to the bare minimum in some ways to leave all the place to pedestrians and cyclists in the context of the COVID-19.

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