July 5, 2022

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Reopening of secondary schools and non-essential businesses in Quebec

Reopening of secondary schools and non-essential businesses in Quebec

High Schools Monday Capital-National, Lewis, Bellechosse, Montmagni-L’Slate and MRC Des Appalach ,s, Lotbinier, and Novel-Beuse.

Secondary 1 and 2 students in these areas return to class full time. 3rd, 4th and 5th secondary schools resume the one day formula every two days.

Unwanted businesses in these areas can also reopen their doors and the curfew will pass by 9:30 p.m. Cultural society also has a right to a certain deconfinition Cinemas, theaters and museums can resume their operations.

Fran ఫలితాలుois Legalt explained that the results have been low since most days and that citizens generally respect health indications.

The Legal government has announced that it is easing health regulations in several areas, including Quebec, by next Monday.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Sylvain Roy Roussell

I take this opportunity to thank the citizens of these places who have made efforts in recent weeks. They were allowed to bring the situation back under control, He stated.

Capitol-National’s director of public health, Andre Dontig, stressed that the mitigation was possible as the spread of the virus in the region was declining.

Both the number of cases per day and the number of people admitted to the hospital or in intensive care are improving. We have very significant benefits. Now the rest is ours.

Exceptions in Beauce and Etchemins

However, the situation is alarming for Beauce and Etchemins.

There are really three RCMs we have problems with, there are still a lot of infections, they are Beauce-Sortigan, Robert-Klich and Les Etchemins. Public Health agrees to open primary schools. This is the only thing we are going to change, Directs the Prime Minister

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The number of new cases of Kovid-19 in the Capitol-National region on Tuesday was three days, up from 75 in the last 24 hours. The Chowder-Appalachian pollution curve looks sattvic with 121 new cases, 22 more than the day before.

Six new deaths in the greater Quebec City area have been linked to the disease.

The number of beds occupied by COVID-19 patients increased from 84 to 79 in a report given Tuesday for Capitol-National, while the number of intensive care patients remained stable at 21. In Chaudhary-Appalachs, 36 people were hospitalized, including 11 with special attention.

The area has 112 active outlets, of which 79 are offices.

The number of active cases continues to decline in our areas, with 129 per 100,000 residents in Capitol-National and 221 per 100,000 residents in Chowdhury-Appalach కానీs, but 542 per 100,000 residents in Boise. The MRC Adjacent du Granite 807 recorded.

Quebec health officials identified 797 new cases of COVID-19 In the last 24 hours, the number of confirmed cases in the province since the outbreak began reached 353,475.