Today marks the first day of the end of red zone regions in Quebec. Finally.
While other regions in the province have been in orange zones for some time now, Montreal and Laval have officially switched from red zone regions to orange zones. The change of zones comes with the lifting of various restrictions for these regions...
Restaurants are now permitted to serve clients indoors, with 2 people from different households permitted to sit at the same table. Groups from the same household are allowed to sit together. Make sure to make your reservations in advance!
Gym goers are now welcome to train once again in gyms, as long as they wear a mask throughout the entirety of their sessions. In addition, just in time to finish up the school year, all high school students are now allowed to attend school full time.
As vaccination numbers across the province increase, Quebec officials are still urging Quebecers to register to get vaccinated if they haven’t done so already. In addition, those 80+ that wish to move up their second vaccine appointment may begin to do so on the ClicSante website as of today. Throughout the week, the age requirement for registration will drop by 5 years each day:
To date, more than 6 million people have been vaccinated with at least their first dose of the vaccine. Bringing the province to a 70.13% vaccination rate.
Slowly, but surely, life is returning to normal.