Data from Google shows that residents of Quebec are doing the best job on the continent at social distancing.\nPremier Legault did not hesitate to share his pride.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nPremier François Legault and the Quebec public have reasons to be proud. According to the latest Google statistics on social distancing measures, Quebec has the best track record in Canada. As of March 29, 2020, Quebecers have done the best job at social distancing in Canada compared to baseline numbers recorded during a five-week period between January 3 and February 6, 2020.\nThe data analyzed behavioural changes and mobility changes in the following categories: retail and recreation, grocery and pharmacy, parks, transit, workplace, and residential.\nQuebec was among the first Canadian provinces to install social distancing regulations and to close non-essential businesses.\nGoogle's mobility report numbers are meant to indicate changes in public behaviours and movement after social distancing measures were put in place. The information is aggregated from information on Google Maps.\nThe data shows "how visits and length of stay at different places change compared to a baseline," according to Google.\nLegault praised the data, saying, "I am very proud of it, the state that respects the guidelines the most is Quebec. I am really proud of Quebecers, proud to see these results."\n"Well done and thank you to all Quebecers. I am convinced that this will save hundreds of lives."\nNationally, Canadians do indeed respect social distancing rules in all categories.\nTo every health care worker in Canada, we say thank you. I’m reminding people again to #StayHome this weekend to protect our front line workers. pic.twitter.com/bJfs5NxpUS— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) April 4, 2020\nHere's how the country is doing with social distancing so far:\nRetail & Recreation (-59%)\n\n\nGrocery & Pharmacy (-35%)\n\n\nParks (-16%)\n\n\nPublic Transit (-66%) \n\n\nWorkplace (-44%)\n\n\nResidential (+14%)\nNot bad at all! Compared to Quebec, however, the rest of Canada is far behind.\nREAD ALSO: There Are Now 8,580 COVID-19 Cases In Quebec & Legault Says April Will Be A Critical Month\nHere in Quebec, most of us are in our fourth week of self-isolation. So far, the numbers are looking encouraging.\nEn avril, on ne lâche pas d'un fil ! 🌈 #cavabienaller pic.twitter.com/jg5uRnMzKk— François Legault (@francoislegault) April 6, 2020\nCompared to the national numbers, Quebecers are doing a vastly better job in all categories. Here's how Quebec is doing:\nRetail & Recreation (-70%)\n\n\nGrocery & Pharmacy (-44%)\n\n\nParks (-68%) \n\n\nPublic Transit (-75%) \n\n\nWorkplace (-45%)\n\n\nResidential (+15%)\nBe proud, Quebec!\n#COVID19 - Au Québec, en date du 6 avril 2020 à 13h, la situation est la suivante :➡️8 580 cas confirmés➡️121 décès➡️2 942 personnes sous investigation➡️91 533 analyses négatives (cas infirmés)Pour connaître le détail par région : https://t.co/fiqW5E4y8R— Santé Québec (@sante_qc) April 6, 2020\nStay tuned for more updates.