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Montreal transitions to yellow zone: What you need to know before Monday

Montreal transitions to yellow zone: What you need to know before Monday
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Starting Monday June 14, regions across Quebec will be transitioning from orange to yellow zone regions. 

As restrictions keep changing by what seems like a weekly basis, here is what you need to know before Monday morning on what will and will not be permitted as we transition into a yellow zone region on the island:

  • Although it is not recommended, travelling between regions is now permitted.
  • Outdoor gatherings with a maximum of eight people, or a maximum of two households (if it exceeds eight people) will be accepted in private outdoor gatherings. Masks and social distancing are still expected.
  • A maximum of 50 people are allowed to attend in-person funerals and weddings. A maximum of 250 people are allowed in places of worship, with health guidelines put in place.
  • Two households will now be allowed to sit at the same table at bars and restaurants. Previously, it was two individuals from two separate households at a time.
  • Casinos, bars, and breweries will now be allowed to operate at 50% capacity.
  • Audiences in cinemas are now permitted to sit 1.5 metres away from one another. Previously it was set at a two metre distance.

To get the full list of new rules and regulations, visit the Quebec government website here.

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