The government has presented its deconfinement plan and perhaps the most exciting thing we can all look forward to is seeing all our friends and family in yard hangouts. \nThe premier announced that as of Friday, May 28, private outdoor gatherings with up to eight people will be allowed in all regions of Quebec.\nEditor's Choice: Montreal's Curfew Is Officially Going To End\n\n\nAujourd’hui, on dévoile notre plan de déconfinement pour les jours, les semaines et les mois à venir.\n\n🎥Écoutez notre point de presse pour tous les détails 👉Posted by François Legault on Tuesday, May 18, 2021\n \nIn addition, restaurant terrasses will be able to reopen and the curfew will be lifted on the same day.\nTravel between regions will also be authorized and indoor and outdoor theatres and stadiums will be allowed to welcome back 250 people "per section for a maximum of 2,500 people."\n"Quebecers of all generations are fulfilling their duty. Thanks to your efforts we can now announce a reopening plan," said Legault. \nBeginning June 25, people with two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine "will be able to see each other in homes without a mask and without distancing," Legault said.