A new wave of reopenings in Quebec begins June 1. In the past few weeks, the government has acted quickly to release plans for some cultural activities and summertime staples, like camping and boating. Some personal health care offices will also begin to welcome back patients.\nSome library services, museums, and drive-in theatres opened on May 29.\nMany reopenings follow different schedules in the Montreal metropolitan community (CMM), which includes the 82 municipalities of the metro area, and the rest of the province, however.\nJoliette is also sometimes lumped in with the CMM when it comes to deconfinement.\nOn May 25, the government unveiled its "deconfinement plan," showing that the province is entering "phase six" and promising a plan to reopen dine-in restaurants in two steps (though it has not set a date for either).\nLater phases will include bars, large gatherings, gyms, and cruises.\nThe June 1 openings are listed below along with some of the new rules in place.\nCamping & Marinas\nOn May 27, Minister of Tourism, Caroline Proulx, announced the reopening of Quebec campgrounds.\nShe also said that while public health officials "don't recommend" travel between regions, "there is no ban by decree."\nÀ partir du 1er juin, les Québécois pourront recommencer à profiter de notre belle nature dans les campings, les marinas et certains types d’hébergement touristique. Mais pour que ça fonctionne, on doit continuer de respecter les consignes de santé publique.Les détails 👇 pic.twitter.com/QSMFAFSFXI— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 27, 2020\nShe asked that Montrealers who leave the city to go camping, therefore, "do all the errands they have to do" before leaving so that they can "[move] from point a to point b, [settle] in their camping unit, [stay] there," and return directly to their homes without stopping along the way.\nMarinas are also reopening, but Canada has outlined some rules for recreational boaters.\nVacation Rentals Outside The CMM & Joliette\nThis includes "principal resident establishments."\nHealth Care Centres\nPersonal health care centres are opening across the province.\nThese include dental care, oral care, physiotherapy, osteopathy, ergotherapy, chiropractic clinics, massotherapy, psychology, optometry, acupuncture, naturopathy, homeopathy, career orientation, social work, marital therapy, family therapy, sexology, nutrition, speech therapy and audiology, podiatry, other forms of alternative or alternative medicine, and grooming for animals.\nLe 15 juin, ce sera la réouverture graduelle des services de soins esthétiques et personnels dans le Grand Montréal et dans la MRC de Joliette.Une bonne nouvelle, mais si on veut continuer d’avancer dans la bonne direction, il faut continuer de suivre les consignes sanitaires. pic.twitter.com/D9zzWewT2f— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 29, 2020\nPersonal & Aesthetic Care Services Outside The CMM & Joliette\nAlso on June 1, aesthetic care services like barbershops, hairdressers, and nail salons outside the CMM and Joliette will begin to welcome customers.\nMontreal-area residents will have to wait until June 15 to finally get their post-quarantine haircut.\nCourthouses\nCourthouses are reopening with the possibility of virtual sessions and electronic document processing.\nPerformances With No Audience\nPerformances can be filmed with no audience in attendance. Music and sound recording studios are also reopening.\nThe Government of Quebec notes on its website that "these activities may resume on condition of compliance with the general workplace measures recommended by public health officials, provided that a distance of two metres is kept between people on stage or in studio."\nJe sais que la situation est difficile pour nos artistes et artisans. Je vous remercie pour votre résilience et je veux vous dire qu’on ne vous oublie pas. Aujourd’hui, on annonce la reprise graduelle de certaines activités culturelles. 🎨📚Voici les détails 👇 pic.twitter.com/p4A21UgUYB— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 22, 2020\nDaycares In Montreal & Joliette\nSpecifically, "childcare services, including non-subsidized daycare centres and recognized and non‑recognized family daycare centres" are reopening.\nThese centres opened in the rest of Quebec on May 11.\nMalls Outside The CMM & Joliette\nInitially, only stores with their own entrances from the outside could reopen. Now, malls will begin to open their doors with some new health measures in place.\nEnd Of Police Checkpoints In The Côte-Nord\nQuebec has been slowly "withdrawing" police checkpoints limiting travel between regions. The checkpoints are gone from the Côte-Nord as of June 1.\nDemain, c’est la réouverture de plusieurs secteurs. C’est une bonne nouvelle, mais ça doit se faire en suivant les règles de santé publique. Je compte sur vous ! pic.twitter.com/6bCmfxv1XU— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 31, 2020\nAs Quebec enters "phase six" of deconfinement, more announcements are likely on the way.