During today's press conference, Premier François Legault told Quebecers that there are now 47,984 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the province. Along with this announcement, Legault revealed a list of what's coming next in regards to Quebec's deconfinement plan. Included on this list is the much anticipated first phase of restaurant reopenings.\nThe list is split up in different sections, which shows that we are currently undergoing reopenings of both the fourth and fifth phases.\nSuch includes retail stores with their own exterior entrances reopening in Greater Montreal as of today, May 25 and the upcoming reopening of libraries and museums in the province on May 29.\nThe list of what's to begin reopening next in Quebec, referred to as Phase 6, includes day camps, outdoor pools, the "first phase" of restaurants, and the "second phase" of retail stores, which will include shopping malls outside of the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (CMM), among other things.\nNo official date has been announced for the beginnings of this phase, though.\nAnd, for Phase 6 to be brought to light, Legault says we must stay "disciplined." The plans will also continue to be monitored based on the progression of the pandemic.\nBelow, you can see the list of phases for Quebec's deconfinement plan.\nAujourd’hui, on rend public le plan de déconfinement graduel de tous les secteurs. Ce plan est conditionnel à l’évolution de la pandémie au Québec. Autrement dit, il est conditionnel à ce qu'on reste tous disciplinés. Les détails 👉https://t.co/VsWdpZH3HHLe résumé 👇 pic.twitter.com/NmkXUZYuaG— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 25, 2020\nLegault made sure to note that everything announced in this list "is conditional on the evolution of the pandemic in Quebec... and on us all remaining disciplined."\nHere's what's in the workings for Phase 6 of Quebec's deconfinement plan:\n- Day camps\n- Outdoor swimming pools\n- Restaurants phase 1\n- Shopping centres phase 2 CMM\n- Broadcasting and post-production\n- Outdoor team sports\n- Training Centres of excellence\nA full explanation of how the province is going about this plan is available here.\nAs for updates about the current situation in the province, of Quebec's 47,984 cases announced on May 25, 14,654 people are reported to have recovered.\n#COVID19 - Au Québec, en date du 25 mai 2020 à 13h15, la situation est la suivante:11 763 prélèvements effectués le 23 mai13 531 analyses réalisées le 23 mai347 398 cas négatifs47 984 cas confirmés Pour en savoir plus sur la situation au Québec: https://t.co/fiqW5E4y8R— Santé Québec (@sante_qc) May 25, 2020\nAnd, since the beginning of the pandemic, 347,398 individuals in Quebec have tested negative for COVID-19.\nStay tuned for more news.