Quebec coronavirus restrictions lifted on Monday

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Starting Monday, the Quebec government will lift a series of restrictions put in place in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.

The following measures will end or be modified.

COMPLETE HYBRID WORK ORDER

  • The mandatory telework order is over. The government recommends that companies promote a hybrid working model.

OUTINGS AND ACTIVITIES

  • Bars and casinos can reopen half full. Customers must remain seated and a vaccination passport is required. Patrons

  • Restaurants, bars and casinos may close at 1 a.m. and food service may end at midnight.

  • Cinemas and theaters can operate at 100% with a required vaccination passport (until March 14).

  • No more capacity limit in auditoriums and arenas that have a capacity of 10,000 people or less.

  • No capacity passport or vaccination requirement for private events in a rented room.

EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

  • Competitions and tournaments can resume for primary, secondary and higher education establishments without a limit on the number of participants.

PLACES OF WORSHIP AND FUNERALS

  • No more capacity limits in places of worship or funerals. Masks still mandatory.

LONG-TERM CARE HOMES

  • Indoor gatherings allowed with a maximum of 10 people (caregivers and visitors), seated at the same table in the dining rooms.

TO COME UP

As of March 7, the mask mandate for elementary and secondary students will end.

From March 14, the capacity of bars, restaurants and casinos increases to 100% with no table limit and normal closing time. Dancing and karaoke are allowed and vaccination passports will no longer be required.

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