As of Friday, wearing masks and physical distancing are not recommended by public health for Quebecers who have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and who attend the same gathering in a private home.
However, this exemption pertains only to a small segment of the population; Only one in five people are tried in Quebec.
adequate vaccination – With two doses, or with a single dose in the case of people who have previously contracted COVID-19.
However, Quebecers with only one dose of the vaccine are not left out. Festival enthusiasts will be able to reconnect with major outdoor events, which have capacity limited to 3,500 people. Participants, whether standing (without a fixed position) or sitting in a designated position, must ensure that they respect the distance and wear a mask.
A drive-in located in a yellow or green zone can also accommodate a maximum of 3,500 people.
And for those who were eagerly waiting for the return of the sports tournament, it is here! It is now possible to organize competitions, regardless of the alert level of the region. These tournaments should be out. In green zones, public health limits the number of spectators to 50 per stage.
Next phase of deconfinement: Switching to green across the province on June 28. Thereafter the Capital-Nationale, Chaudier-Appalache, Astri, Lanaudier, Laurentides, Laval, Monterrey, Montreal and Outouis regions will drop the pre-alert level.
As of Monday, Quebecers living there will be able to gather with up to 10 people of different addresses, and up to 20 outside, such as in a backyard, in addition to taking advantage of other reductions in health measures. .