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Quebec officials expected to outline how new public health rules will be applied in red zones | CBC News

Quebec officials expected to outline how new public health rules will be applied in red zones | CBC News

Quebec Premier François Legault is expected to clarify details surrounding the new public health restrictions in the province’s newly christened red zones — regions where COVID-19 is surging.

Premier François Legault and Public Security Minister Geneviève Guilbault and Dr. Horacio Arruda hold news conference on enforcement of COVID-19 measures. 0:00

Quebec Premier François Legault is expected to clarify details surrounding the new public health restrictions in the province’s newly christened red zones — regions where COVID-19 is surging.

Questions have been swirling since Monday’s announcement that residents in red zones won’t be allowed to visit friends or family at home or sit down at their favourite restaurant for 28 days.

Back in the spring, hundreds of tickets were issued to people who ignored the two-metre rule or threw parties at home.

The premier said on Monday that banning inter-regional travel is not in the plans, but it is strongly encouraged that people stay within their zones.

For now, elected officials from places like Charlevoix and Portneuf do not believe that roadblocks are necessary to keep out people from red zones, like Montreal and Quebec City. 

Legault is expected to clarify the new measures while answering reporters’ questions, alongside Public Security Minister Geneviève Guilbault and Quebec’s public health director, Dr. Horacio Arruda.

Earlier this month, Guilbault did say police would not be allowed to enter a private residence without consent or a warrant.

She added, however, that if the epidemiological situation worsens “dramatically,” the government would consider giving that power to police.

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