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Montreal and all of Quebec will become a green zone on Monday

Legault leaked the news just ahead of today’s 1 p.m. press conference.

Quebec Premier François Legault has announced that Montreal and all of Quebec is becoming a green zone as of Monday, June 28. Legault tweeted the news ahead of a press conference with Health Minister Christian Dubé and public health director Horacio Arruda.

Montreal and all of Quebec will become a green zone on Monday

The new “super green” regulations, as Legault called them, are as follows:

  • 10 people from 3 households can now participate in private gatherings indoors
  • 20 people can gather privately outdoors
  • 10 people per table will be allowed to sit together indoors at restaurants and bars
  • 20 people can sit together on terrasses at restaurants and bars
  • 50 players can participate in outdoor sports, with 50 spectators
  • 25 players can participate in indoor sports, with 25 spectators
  • 250 people can gather in places of worship, for services, weddings or funerals
  • wedding and funeral receptions can accommodate 25 people indoors, 50 people outdoors

Over 80% of Quebecers over 12 have received at least one vaccine dose. There were 84 new cases of COVID-19 in the province today.

As of June 25, crowds of 3,500 can gather outdoors at festival events. The same number of people are already allowed in large indoor venues (with multiple entrances) such as the Bell Centre.

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