Quebec Has Solved The Potential Holiday Gathering Problem By Proposing A Moral Contract With It’s Citizens

Quebec Premier Francois Legault says he is proposing a “moral contract” with Quebecers for the holiday season. He’s asking Quebecers to isolate for one week before Christmas and one week after. He says if they can do that, gatherings of up to 10 people will be permitted between December 24th and 27th. Legault also says partial lockdown measures covering most of the province will be extended for the second time, until at least January 11th. Quebec reported 1,207 new cases of COVID19 and 34 more deaths yesterday.

Here is yesterday’s Quebec news conference:

Photo Credit: Government of Quebec

 

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Scott Fox and Kat Callaghan