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Quebec gives campgrounds green light to reopen Monday

Quebec gives campgrounds green light to reopen Monday
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Quebec Tourism Minister Caroline Proulx announced Wednesday that marinas, accommodations like Airbnb rentals and campgrounds can resume business starting June 1, except in the greater Montreal and Joliette areas.

Overnight stays will be permitted in provincial parks, and hunting and fishing camps are allowed to open. 

Proulx specified travel between regions of the province is still discouraged but is not prohibited, and anyone doing so should be stocking up on supplies in their home region before heading on any trips. 

Rentals are limited to single households whose members have been quarantined together, and there must be a 24-hour grace period between rentals to any group of more than five people. 


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