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Arenas, cinemas and pools will remain open in Quebec Red Zones after March Break

Arenas, cinemas and pools will remain open in Quebec Red Zones after March Break
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Premier François Legault confirmed in a press conference on March 3 that while several Quebec regions will be moving to orange zones as of March 8, the Greater Montreal area will remain red. But while Quebec won’t be loosening the restrictions in Montreal, they are also not closing what is already open. That includes cinemas, indoor pools, and indoor skating rinks which will be allowed to stay open to the public after March Break is over.

"We did open certain activities for spring break and we're leaving them open," said Legault.  

According to Legault, the province will lift some restrictions on sports in the coming weeks starting with sports in schools, which he said will be allowed from March 15 onwards.

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