Quebec Bans Outdoor Walking as Part of COVID-19 Curfew

Quebec Bans Outdoor Walking as Part of COVID-19 Curfew


The Quebec government is imposing an overnight curfew beginning on Saturday until at least February 8, ostensibly to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Quebecers intercepted by law enforcement outside their homes “without good reason” between 8:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. will be subject to fines between $1,000 and $6,000 (CAD), or approximately $850 and $4,750 (USD).

Quebec’s official website warns that people outside their residences must justify their travels — specifics of such justifications were not provided by authorities — if set upon by police officers in transit (translated from French to English with Google Translate):

As of Saturday, January 9, a curfew will now be in effect. Between 8  p.m. and 5  a.m., anyone will be prohibited from moving outside their place of residence, except in the case of exceptions justifying the move, for example to benefit from health care, for humanitarian reasons or for carry out work considered a

Trending: New Evidence Emerges: Capitol Police Officer Did Not Die From Fire Extinguisher

Continue reading

You Might Like

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
Send this to a friend