As new sanctions begin in Quebec on Sunday, traditionally Wrestling Day Promised to be quiet. There will be no rush this year for the opening of shops and shopping centers along the way Press In the morning.
Most businesses in the province open their doors at 10am. Many large box stores open at 1 p.m. This also applies to SAQ and SQDC installations.
In front of the Best Buy branch in downtown Montreal, customers looking for better discounts are being deceived. They were quietly waiting in line as they were informed of the limit of 77 customers inside.
Keep in mind that stores can only get 50% of their capacity, i.e. one person per 20 m².
There is no rush at Carrefour Laval, where some bargain hunters wait an hour before the Apple store opens.
Among them, Dylan, Lorenzo and Anthony were all shocked to see less traffic. They left Muscat and Blaineville to make sure their purchases were completed quickly.
New guidelines are in place
The new sanctions announced by Quebec on December 22 to combat the spread of COVID-19 cases will take effect on Sunday.
Groups in homes are now limited to a maximum of six people from two different family bubbles.
Restaurants can serve a maximum of six clients per table or residents of two different residences. The same is true for meetings in public places. For weddings and funerals, a maximum of 25 people are allowed.