Quebec set to lift curfew Monday

Premier François Legault

Quebec is lifting its 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew on Monday Jan. 17, unless circumstances change, TVA is reporting.

The network reports it has been told that Quebec considers that the latest COVID peak has been reached in terms of hospitalizations. Legault had promised to end the curfew, instituted in late December, as soon as it was possible, and that it would be the first of several restrictions lifted.

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Cat45

maybe he can fix the broken healthcare system now

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