A new public commercial shared on Premier François Legault's social media pages directly calls out people who still have private gatherings in Quebec despite their prohibition.\nThe ad warns that "every exception puts lives at risk" and that everyone must follow health regulations without exception. \nEditor's Choice: What $1,000/Month Apartments For Rent Look Like In 6 Montreal Neighbourhoods (PHOTOS)\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nEvery exception to the instructions can endanger a loved one and worsen the situation in our hospitals.\n\n\nPremier François Legault\n\n\nThe commercial outlines several examples where people, no matter how well-intentioned, find exceptions to the health regulations against gatherings. \nIt makes the point that these scenarios put the health network at risk, using the example of a nurse named "Anouk" who knows that "every exception puts lives at risk."\n\nLa bataille contre le virus n’est pas terminée. Chaque exception aux consignes peut mettre en danger un proche et aggraver la situation dans nos hôpitaux. On doit continuer nos efforts pour protéger nos travailleurs de la santé. Voici une nouvelle publicité du gouvernement du QC: pic.twitter.com/QQyIcMu6OI— François Legault (@francoislegault) January 19, 2021\n\nThese "exceptions" include a hypothetical "Félix and Sophie" who spend the afternoon with their grandparents and an "Eric" who invites his friends over for a glass of wine. \n"You need to respect all the rules, all the time, without exception," the video concludes.\nAs Legault has reiterated in almost every one of his press conferences, private gatherings are not allowed in Quebec. And with an 8 p.m. curfew, evening visits are out of the question. \nWhile there are certain gathering exceptions like kids going to school, the Félixes, Sophies and Erics of the world will have to wait to visit friends and family again.