New relaxations: what you need to know

New easing: what it’s need to know

Restaurants can once again welcome customers indoors.

New relaxations to health measures come into effect today, across the province. A second phase will begin on February 7.

Private gatherings

Gatherings in private homes are again permitted. Quebec allows a maximum of two bubbles or a maximum of four people from separate bubbles.

The government strongly recommends that people who meet are properly vaccinated.


Restaurants can once again welcome customers indoors. The government allows two family bubbles or a maximum of four people at the same table.

In addition, restaurateurs are asked to limit the reception capacity of their restaurant to 50% and to keep a distance of at least one meter between tables.

They must also stop selling alcohol at 11 p.m. and close their doors at midnight.

Flexibility for young athletes

Extracurricular activities in primary and secondary schools resume today. Competitions remain prohibited.

Young people under the age of 18 can now resume sports training in civilian life, but in groups of no more than 25 people. Parties and competitions remain prohibited.

Outdoor sports activities

All outdoor sports and leisure activities are permitted without restriction.

Ski chalets are now open with 50% capacity.

Biodôme, planetarium and zoo

In addition, the government authorizes the opening of the Biodôme, Planetarium, aquariums, botanical gardens and insectariums.

Second phase from February 7

Cinema and performance halls will be able to reopen from February 7 at 50% capacity or with a maximum of 500 people. The health passport will be compulsory for all spectators.

Culture locations will also be able to reopen, also with a capacity of 50%. The health passport will be required.

Outdoor events are also back from February 7, but with a maximum of 1000 people.

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