Reopening plan: 2500 audience members will be allowed at indoor and outdoor venues

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UPDATE:

As of Friday, May 21, outdoor shows in Québec will be allowed to take place in front of an audience of 250 with assigned seating. Masks will be mandatory and anyone who is not from the same address will have to maintain two meters of physical distance. As for festivals, attendants for every 125 spectators will be mandatory.

François Legault and his team have announced their reopening plan for the province of Quebec. Here are the main details:

Starting May 28

Minimum 14 days after the end of emergency measures, if any

  • Curfew lifted
  • Restaurant outdoor terraces open

 

Red and orange levels: 2 adults from different addresses with their minor age children OR occupants of a single private residence per table
Yellow level: Occupants of 2 residences per table

  • Outdoor gatherings permitted on private property

 

Maximum 8 people from separate residences or occupants of 2 residences, 2-metre distancing applies

  • Travel bans between regions lifted
  • Relaxation of rules for large indoor venues and outdoor stadiums with pre-assigned seating

 

Maximum 2,500 people in independent zones of 250 people each (separate entrances, exits and toilets for each zone; demarcated indoor zones; zones monitored at all times; entrance management spread over time)

For red levels, a maximum of 1000 people can attend ambulatory shows.

Food and beverages will be served only in orange or yellow alert level regions.

Starting June 11

  • Bar outdoor terraces open

 

Red and orange levels: 2 adults from separate residences or occupants of a single residence per table
Yellow level: Occupants of 2 residences per table

  • Supervised outdoor sports and recreation allowed in groups of 25 people

 

Red and orange levels: sports without contacts
Yellow level: sports with brief contacts

Starting June 25

  • Day and sleepover vacation camps opening
  • Outdoor public activities and events allowed according to specific rules
  • Easing of requirements on wearing masks and distancing oneself from private gatherings for people vaccinated with 2 doses
  • Relaxation of rules for outdoor stadiums with fixed pre-assigned seating

 

Maximum 2,500 people

End of August or later : Progressive relief depending on epidemiological situation and vaccination coverage if 75% of those aged 12 years and over have received a second dose

  • Flexibility in childcare and preschool settings
  • Return to normal organization at primary and secondary level
  • Return to face-to-face work in higher education
  • Progressive return to face-to-face work
  • Additional relief for gatherings, sports and recreation
  • Increased person limits for indoor venues and outdoor events
  • End of color levels

 

Reduced requirements for masks and distancing in public places or events for people vaccinated with 2 doses and depending on the evolution of the epidemiological situation

Most orange levels are expected to pass on to the yellow level on June 14.

www.quebec.ca

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