After three months of confinement, Quebecers are slowly getting back into the groove of things. Over the past month, provincial health authorities have announced a series of reopenings including restaurants, casinos, hairdressers, and so much more. In anticipation of Quebec bars reopening to the public, the CNESST outlined a series of rules that all bar owners, employees, and patrons must follow.\nThe Quebec government announced the reopening of bars on June 25. Drinkeries across the province are allowed to reopen as of this week.\nConsidering that we're still in the thick of a pandemic, there will be some changes to how things operate at your favourite watering hole. Your happy hour won't be the same for a while!\nLike many establishments, bars will have strict rules to follow. To keep yourself and the people around you safe, it's recommended that you follow all the safety rules as they're written.\nBars, like most businesses, will only reopen on a case-by-case basis. Be sure to call ahead to find out if your favourite local bar is opening.\nHere are just some of the rules, according to the CNESST, you'll need to follow next time you grab a pint.\nFirst, there will be no dancing.\nNational Public Health Director Dr. Horacio Arruda said Thursday that bars "clientele must remain seated to limit circulation between people." That also means no getting up to mingle.\n🍺🍸🍹 Bonne nouvelle! Les bars pourront ouvrir à nouveau leurs portes. C’est pourquoi nous avons modifié la trousse pour le secteur de la restauration afin d’y inclure nos recommandations pour les bars. https://t.co/h4ujQxNre6#TrousseCOVID19 #SST #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/bOGVS1SUiY— CNESST (@CNESST) June 25, 2020\nAs with restaurants, the number of clients in an establishment is limited to how many people the bar is able to safely accommodate.\nBars will have to establish one-way traffic flows where possible and two-metres of distance will be enforced for both clients and employees.\nREAD ALSO: 6 Spots In Montreal Where You & Your Best Friend Can Finally Have A Wine Date\nPhysical barriers will separate workers and customers in areas where it's not possible to practice social distancing and direct service isn't necessary.\nStaff will need to wear PPE such as masks or face shields in service situations that require bursting the two-metre bubble.\nAs for ordering, it's recommended that screens or boards replace traditional menus.\nQuebec Just Announced That Basically Everything Can Reopen, With Only 3 Exceptionshttps://t.co/3lG2Ms2Hae#Montreal #Quebec #Canada— MTL Blog (@mtlblog) June 25, 2020\nReusable laminated or plastic menus will be disinfected frequently.\nAfter each customer, tables, chairs, glasses, and cutlery will also be cleaned and disinfected.\nFinally, frequent hand washing will also be enforced for both employees and patrons, who will also find hand sanitizer stations at bathroom entrances.\nView this post on Instagram 🚨 WE ARE BACK BABY! NOUS SOMMES DE RETOUR!🚨 Ready to serve you those cold delicious pints of beer 🍻 and mouthwatering dishes on our sexy terrace! Prêt à vous servir ces délicieuses pintes froides de bière 🍻 et plats appétissants sur la terrasse! A post shared by Wolf & Workman (@wolfandworkman) on Jun 22, 2020 at 12:35pm PDT\nBars define the Montreal summer experience. Despite changes to the experience, Montrealers will be happy to know they can once again head out for drinks on a terrasse.