The Quebec government continues its surge of reopenings, announcing that libraries, drive-in cinemas, and museums throughout the province can reopen as of May 29.
The announcement was made in Montreal on Friday, as Deputy Premier Geneviève Guilbault said public health has given the green light for certain cultural venues to open at the end of the month.
Guilbault said Quebecers will be able to go “forward with more and more access to the freedom we all want again,” assuming citizens remain diligent and respect guidelines put forth by public health and in turn, individual businesses and venues.
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Guilbeault warned, however, that the gradual reopening of Quebec is all part of a fine balance. “If we don’t follow the rules and we deconfine too quickly, we could have to start taking steps back,” she said in French.
Je sais que la situation est difficile pour nos artistes et artisans. Je vous remercie pour votre résilience et je veux vous dire qu’on ne vous oublie pas.
Aujourd’hui, on annonce la reprise graduelle de certaines activités culturelles. 🎨📚
Voici les détails 👇 pic.twitter.com/p4A21UgUYB
— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 22, 2020