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Quebec businesses allowed to open next week


The Premier of Quebec François Legault announced at 5 pm tonight that Quebec businesses will be allowed to open February 8th, 2021. However, the Quebec 8 pm curfew will remain in effect across the province.

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The ban on visiting other people in their homes is still in effect as well as the mandatory work from home.

Shopping centres will be allowed to open as long as occupancy rules are in effect and physical distancing.

Six rural regions of Quebec will be listed shortly as their curfew will be lifted until 9:30 P.M. and they will be able to open restaurants, gyms, movie theatres and some indoor activities.

A recent study shows the number of daily cases of COVID-19 have dropped sufficiently to reduce restrictions and give back some sort of normal life to all Quebecers.

Quebec’s numbers today 1,053 new cases, bringing the total number of people infected to 264,526, of which 241,537 have now recovered. The data also report 38 new deaths, but the total of deaths amounts to 9,862. Among these 38 deaths, 7 have occurred in the last 24 hours, 22 have occurred between January 26 and January 31 and 9 have occurred before January 26.

Meanwhile, Ontario’s reported 1,969 new infections of COVID-19 on Monday and 745 new infections of COVID-19 on Tuesday but that data does not include Toronto Public Health (TPH) because of an ongoing data cleanup. Peel reported 334 new cases while York Region reported 124 new COVID-19 cases. These public health regions were followed by Niagara – 65, Hamilton – 52, Durham – 44 and Halton -44.

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