July 7, 2022

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Deconfinition | Further relaxations will take effect from Monday

Deconfinition |  Further relaxations will take effect from Monday

(Montreal) Quebec on Monday approved a new phase of decontamination: new easing of health measures linked to COVID-19 means there will be no red zones across the territory.

The Canadian Press

Two of the most populous regions in Quebec, Montreal and the Laval, are now on amber alert. So restaurants can once again welcome in-house customers. All high school students can return to class full time by the time they finish the school year with their team.

The Bass-Saint-Laurent and Chowder-Appalachian regions also change from red to orange.

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

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

It is also 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 should be posted on the Click Sante portal, those aged 80 and over on Tuesday, those aged 75 and over on Tuesday, those aged 70 and over on Wednesday and so on.

Nearly 6.1 million people in Quebec have received at least one dose of the vaccine, according to a new report.