Quebec Minister for Education Isabelle Charest announced Friday that starting on March 26, some organized sports and recreation activities, including Quebec gyms, will be able to restart and reopen.\n"Evidently, sanitary measures will always be present, but we should be able to practice several of our favourite activities, even if it means that we have to do them a little differently," said Charest. \nEditor's Choice: The STM Is Hiring Students As 'Station Agents' For The Summer & The Pay Is $26.75/Hour\n\nWhat's happening in Quebec's red zones?\nOn annonce aujourd’hui la reprise progressive de la pratique sportive et récréative au Québec. Pour tous les détails, suivez notre conférence de presse en direct 👉 https://t.co/AOWPEXgaHC— François Legault (@francoislegault) March 12, 2021\n\nIn red zones like Montreal, "all indoor facilities will be open, including fitness centres," according to a press release. \n"Activities must be practiced individually, in pairs, or with the occupants of the same private residence," Charest clarified. \nOutdoor sports and recreational activities will still be allowed with up to eight people.\n\nWhat about the other zones?\nIn orange zones, up to 12 people will be authorized to participate in outdoor sports activities. \nIndoors, up to eight people will be allowed to participate in classes or supervised group activities as of March 26.\nSocial distancing will be enforced.\nThe same rules will apply to extracurricular activities in schools, which will be allowed in stable class groups as of March 15.\nAs of March 26, "students from different stable class groups will be allowed to participate in intra-school extracurricular activities without contact," the government says.\n"No inter-team or inter-school matches or competition will be allowed" in any of the zones. \n\nDoes this mean I can finally go watch a game?\nFor the time being, no spectators will be allowed in any of the zones to watch physical activities, whether indoors or outdoors. \nThe government highlights that "no physical contact" will be allowed in any group activity or sport. \n"Today's announcement is the result of teamwork with partners in sport and leisure and I am confident that sportswomen and sportspeople will be exemplary while respecting health rules. This will allow us to move towards a return to normalcy in the coming months. Until then, let's play as a team and move safely," said Charest.