March 30, 2023

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End of red zones in Quebec by Monday

End of red zones in Quebec by Monday

Quebec is entering a new phase of deconstruction on Monday when there are no red zones across (Montreal) territory.

The Canadian Press

The two most populous regions in Quebec, Montreal and the Laval, will go from red to orange alert on June 7 in particular.

Restaurants can once again cater to customers inside. All high school students can return to class full time by the time they finish the school year with their team.

All RCMs in the Boss-Saint-Laurent and Chowder-Appalachian areas also change from red to orange.

Sagune – Other areas such as Lock-Saint-Jean, Mauritius and Center-du-Quebec go to the yellow range, while ABTB-Temiscomming, C -te d’Ivoire and North Quebec appear in the Green Zone from Monday, allowing the indoor team from three different addresses up to 10 people Sports and indoor meetings.

Meanwhile, health officials are urging Cubans who have not already done so to be vaccinated against Kovid-19.

In addition, it will be possible this week to bring forward appointments for the administration of a second dose of COVID-19 vaccines, with eight weeks elapsed between the two doses.

New time slots will be posted on the Click Sante portal‌ on Mondays for those aged 80 and over, those aged 75 and over, those aged 70 and over Wednesday and so on.

Quebec on Saturday administered 94,384 new doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, for a total of 6 million doses to date. The province gave doses of 70.13%.