All of Quebec will be classified as yellow and green zones as of Monday, as the province moves further along public health's deconfinement plan. This includes Montreal and Laval, which will be turning into yellow zones on June 14.
In addition to Montreal and Laval, Capitale-Nationale, Montérégie, Laurentides, Lanaudière, Estrie, Outaouais and all of the Bas-Saint-Laurent will join four other Quebec regions that are currently COVID-19 yellow zones.
La situation de la pandémie continue de s’améliorer. Notre plan de déconfinement fonctionne et on peut même le deva… https://t.co/Qe36Gwmo9K— François Legault (@François Legault) 1623171159.0
What does this transition mean? As of next week, small indoor gatherings in Montreal will be permitted and bars can reopen with reduced capacity and COVID-19 health measures in effect.
However, bars will close at midnight and alcohol will stop being served at 11 p.m.
Restaurant seating limits will also be increased to any number of people from a maximum of two different households.