July 7, 2022

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Most areas in the Orange Zone until Monday, Montreal and Laval will be red until June 7

Most areas in the Orange Zone until Monday, Montreal and Laval will be red until June 7

Franకోois Legalt takes on the evolution of the pandemic, Quebec will soon begin its deconfinement.

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As an introduction, Mr. Legalt wanted to emphasize the success of the vaccine across the province, but Quebec ranks first in the country in the percentage of citizens who receive at least one dose of the vaccine.

Franకోois Legalt confirms the lifting of the curfew across Quebec on Friday, May 28, and the opening of restaurant terraces. Eight people congregate on private premises.

Color changes

In addition, Franకోois Legalt announced that the Capitol-National, Monterogy, Laurentians, Lanadier and Autouis regions would go orange by next Monday.

Also, the Chowder-Appalaches area turns orange, with the exception of the MRCs of Mont‌magni, L’Slate, Beaues-Sortigan and Robert-Klich.

With the exception of MRC du Granite the ester also goes orange.

The eastern part of Boss-Saint-Laurent also turns orange. Areas of Rimowski, La Mitis, Matane and La Matapadia are of concern.

MRCs in the West: Riviere-du-Loop, Les Basque, Temiscota and Camouraska are currently red.

  • Listen to an interview with Benoit Dutrizak on QUB Radio by the National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS), an immunology expert attached to Alain Lamare:

Montreal and Laval

After discussions with Public Health, the Montreal and Laval areas are currently red.

“This trend should continue for a while,” said Horacio Arruda, director of public health, about the good people of Montreal and Laval.

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“If the trend continues, everyone can switch to orange on Monday, June 7,” Prime Minister Legalt said.

When asked about the multiple meetings observed in Quebec over a long weekend, Franకోois Legalt reiterated that the population should be careful.

“The order to the police does not change. We want to enforce the instructions. So we will gradually deconfine (…) We must be careful. If we can deconfine as we thought, we should not review what we saw on the beaches over the weekend.”

  • Listen to an interview with మరియుve Dubey, a professor at the Laval University and researcher at the Institute National de Santa Public du Quebec.

The second dose

Minister Christian Dubey said it was the government’s goal to maintain all the doses planned in September, a month earlier.

Population, by age, can bring their second dose appointment forward on the Click Sante site in the next few days.

In addition, Quebec aims to set up a walk-in vaccination center in each region within a week.

More details will follow …

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