COVID-19: Quebec Extends Red-Zone Restrictions for Two More Weeks

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COVID-19: Quebec Extends Red-Zone Restrictions for Two More Weeks

In Quebec City, Quebec Premier François Legault provides an update on the province’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) pandemic. He is joined by Christian Dubé, Quebec’s minister of health and social services, and Dr. Horacio Arruda, the province’s director of public health. The premier announces the public-health restrictions that have been in effect in red zones have been extended for another two weeks until at least November 23. In a press release sent the previous day, Minister Dubé announced that the Estrie region was also moving to the highest COVID-19 alert level (red), and that the new public-health restrictions would be in effect starting November 12. Restrictions linked to schools and sport will be effective a day later, on November 13. (November 10, 2020) (no interpretation)