(Montreal) The Quebec Calendar for the relaxation of health restrictions related to COVID-19 As of this Monday, all retail establishments will reopen and reopen at 100% capacity.
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Museums, for their part, accommodate spectators up to 50% of their capacity and remove the 500-person limit, especially for amphitheaters such as the Bell Center in Montreal or the Videotron Center in Quebec. However, amphitheaters will have to limit their capacity to 50% by March 14.
Bowling areas, game arcades and other entertainment venues now have the right to reopen their doors to the public.
Vaccine passports are no longer required to attend places of worship and funerals and the limit on the number of people authorized to visit private residences for the elderly has been relaxed. The Quebec government believes that the use of the passport vaccine is no longer necessary, as the health network’s capacity is improving, with nearly 25% of the population being infected with Kovid-19, including a large number of unvaccinated people. In this situation.
On February 28, sports tournaments will resume and teleworking will no longer be mandatory. With the exception of the Bell Center and the Videotron Center, places of worship and museums are open at 100% capacity. Bars and casinos are open at 50% capacity, but dancing and concerts are banned until March 14.
On that day, restaurants, bars and large halls such as the Bell Center and the VideoTron Center will open at 100% capacity.