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Quebec stores in green zone regions will no longer need to limit amount of clients

Quebec stores in green zone regions will no longer need to limit amount of clients
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As of Monday, July 12, Quebec stores in green zone regions will no longer need to limit the amount of clients that enter the store.

The province made the announcement on Wednesday that all retail stores must continue to manage traffic indoors and to ensure all clients keep a minimum distance of one meter. The new rule of keeping a minimum distance of one meter also applies to all other activities, outside of singing and dancing scenarios.

Masks are still required to be worn in indoor public areas.

Other updates from yesterday’s briefing include:

  • Venues with indoor seating must still keep at least one seat in between each household.
  • Audiences for amateur sports can have a maximum of 100 people outdoors and 50 people indoors.
  • The Commission des normes, de l'assurance, de la sante et de la securite du travail (CNESST) will be giving more updates on office space requirements by next week.

For more information on COVID-19 rules and regulations in Quebec, visit their website here.

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