Province Quebec announced the closure of bars, cinemas, gyms and spas on Monday Due to registered cases Corona virus in the Canadian province. Sports events will be closed to spectators.
Minister of Health of Quebec, Christian Dubey also said that restaurants should be closed every night at 22:00. The new measures are in addition to last week’s decision to restrict restaurants and bars to 50 per cent capacity.
Beginning Tuesday, elementary and middle schools will be closed for live study until Jan. 10, although facilities will be used to dispense vaccines or quick tests to students.
Spectators will not be allowed to attend professional or amateur sporting events, although the NHL’s Montreal Canadians have already played a recent game before the empty stands. Remote work, previously recommended by authorities, will now be mandatory When is it possible.
Montreal, Canada’s second largest city, declared a state of emergency on Tuesday to fight the virus.
Other parts of Canada are also taking action
Gymnasiums, bars and nightclubs in and around British Columbia Allow less people at the tables in restaurants and cafes during the Christmas season To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Canadian provincial government said on Tuesday.
The temporary restrictions will take effect on Wednesday and will remain in effect until January 18 Ban on all indoor community meetings and events and 50 percent capacity limit All concerts, Sports games and theaters
Corona virus infections are on the rise in Canada, with the Omigron variant making the Delta the dominant variant, reporting several major jumps in 10 states.
“Covit-19 cases continue to rise at an alarming rate, We must take strong action to protect the people of British Columbia and to ensure that our health care system is in place when the people need it, “said Adrian Dix, the provincial health minister.
In neighboring Alberta, cases are on the rise. He said the assistance would limit up to 50 per cent of their capacity to places where more than a thousand people could stay. This also applies to the National Hockey League and the World Junior Hockey Championships, which begin on December 26.
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