It was business as usual for Premier François Legault on this Monday afternoon as he held his public briefing about the coronavirus situation in the province. As of today, on May 11, there are 38,469 cases of COVID-19 in Quebec. This is a rise of 748 cases since yesterday.\nQuebec's death toll has now surpassed 3,000. There have currently been 3,013 deaths related to COVID-19 in Quebec.\nOf the 85 deaths in the past 24 hours, Legault announced that 82 of them were in Greater Montreal.\nThe Premier confirmed that "the situation is stabilizing" outside of the Greater Montreal area, which has led the government to reopen various different businesses everywhere else in Quebec now.\nYou can read about everything that has opened in Quebec as of May 11 here.\nIn his Facebook post of the day, Legault wrote that "the situation in the Montreal area remains very fragile. That is why the opening has been delayed until May 25 and if the situation is not under control, the reopening will be postponed."\nYou can watch a live feed of the provincial government's press conference on May 11 below.\nConférence de presse sur la COVID-19 | 11 mai 2020La situation dans la région de Montréal reste très fragile. C’est pour ça qu’on a retardé l’ouverture jusqu’au 25 mai et si la situation n’est pas sous contrôle, la réouverture va être repoussée.\n\nEn dehors de Montréal, la situation est sous contrôle, mais il faut rester très prudents.\n\nIl faut continuer de garder nos distances, peu importe l'âge. Mais ce n’est pas le temps de se diviser. C’est le temps de se serrer les coudes… à deux mètres. \n\n🎥Suivez notre point de presse en direct 👇Posted by François Legault on Monday, May 11, 2020\nWhen discussing the high amount of deaths in Quebec as opposed to other places in the world, Legault mentioned three reasons for our current situation.\nFirstly, our Spring Break happened earlier than other provinces and countries, which led people to travel and bring the virus back with them, the Premier said.\nNext, he mentioned that Quebec considers all deaths that happen in CHSLDs during the pandemic under the umbrella of COVID-19 related deaths.\nAnd finally, Legault admitted that the government was unprepared for the situation in the province's CHSLDs.\nUp until now, 250,528 individuals in Quebec have tested negative for COVID-19, as indicated below by Santé Québec.\n#COVID19 - Au Québec, en date du 11 mai 2020 à 13 h 15, la situation est la suivante:38 469 cas confirmés250 528 cas infirmés1 838 personnes hospitalisées3 013 décèsPour en savoir plus sur la situation au Québec : https://t.co/fiqW5E4y8R— Santé Québec (@sante_qc) May 11, 2020\nCurrently, there are 1,838 people who remain hospitalized due to the virus.\nDuring this press conference, Legault made sure to mention that even though certain things are starting to reopen, all gatherings remain prohibited.\n"We must do things gradually," the Premier told everyone.