The shopping centres located outside the greater Montreal area will be able to open as early as June 1st, announced by the prime minister François Legault in a press briefing Monday.
To this day, only the shops that have a storefront could open their doors in the region.
And the good news for camping enthusiasts: the sectors of accommodation, from camping and some tourist activities targeted are expected to be the subject of an announcement shortly, although no date has yet been encircled.
With 85 new deaths on Monday, the Quebec has passed the milestone of 4000 deaths with a total of 4069 loss of life due to the COVID-19.
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There are now 47 984 cases in the province, 573 more than in the past.
- Quebec has succeeded in testing more than 15,000 people daily, Thursday and Friday of last week.
- Quebec will analyze all the files of asylum seekers, acting as “guardian angels” in order to welcome them as immigrants.
- In the Face of the heat wave that is expected to reach Quebec this week, the government Legault argues that air conditioners portable, will be installed in some NURSING homes of the province within the framework of a plan prepared for dealing with heat waves.
- The premier of Quebec has said that it is considering the proposal of Ottawa, who wants that all employees are entitled to ten sick days per year. “We are at the beginning of the discussion,” said Mr. Legault, who stated that some companies do not have the means to pay for these holidays.
- The Quebec government will soon announce a boost to the cultural milieu, heavily affected by the COVID-19. “Quebecers were excited to see their artists,” said prime minister François Legault in a press conference on Monday.
- Participants at the daily press conference of the government of Quebec on the COVID-19, comedians Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse, and Pierre-Luc Funk encouraged the young people to wear a mask and to practice social distancing.
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- LISTEN to the analysis from the point of release at QUB radio:
In Québec, as of may 25, 2020, the situation is the following :
- 4069 deaths (85 deaths)
- 47 987 cases (+ 573)
- 1425 people to be hospitalized (- 10)
- 179 people in the icu (+ 9)
- 14 654 people restored
Number of deaths by region
- Bas-Saint-Laurent : 2
- Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean : 26
- Capitale-Nationale : 96
- Mauricie-et-Centre-du-Québec : 176
- Estrie : 25
- Montreal : 2558
- Outaouais : 13
- Abitibi-Témiscamingue : 3
- Côte-Nord : 0
- Nord-du-Québec : 0
- Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine : 8
- Chaudière-Appalaches : 8
- Laval : 531
- Lanaudière : 165
- The laurentians : 115
- Montérégie : 343
- Nunavik : 0
- Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James : 0
Total : 4069
Number of confirmed cases by region
- Bas-Saint-Laurent : 47
- Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean : 320
- Capitale-Nationale : 1 412
- Mauricie-et-Centre-du-Québec : 1 883
- Estrie : 933
- Montreal : 24 112
- Ottawa : 494
- Abitibi-Témiscamingue : 165
- North Shore : 114
- Nord-du-Québec : 8
- Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine : 182
- Chaudière-Appalaches : 486
- Laval : 5 191
- Lanaudière : 3 803
- The laurentians : 2 696
- Montérégie : 6 093
- Nunavik : 16
- Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James : 10
Québec : 47 984
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