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Montreal and Laval's curfew is being extended

Montreal and Laval's curfew is being extended
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In a conference held on Tuesday, April 27th, Premier Francois Legault, Public Health Director Dr. Horacio Arruda and Health Minister Christian Dube announced the extension of Montreal and Laval's curfew - pushing it back to 9:30pm, starting on Monday, May 3rd.

In the conference, they shared that the situation is improving as they see cases of COVID-19 declining in several regions.

As of Tuesday, April 27th, 2.9M+ vaccinations have been administered, making a total of 33.7% of the province inoculated with at least one dose.

For more information on measures and restrictions in Red Zone Regions, visit the Quebec government's website here

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