Quebec Lifts Universal Mask Mandate at 666-Day Mark

Quebec Lifts Universal Mask Mandate at 666-Day Mark


The government in the Canadian province of Quebec has decided to lift its universal mask mandate at the suspiciously-timed mark of 666 days.

Quebec is lifting its universal mask mandate tonight at midnight. The mandate lasted 666 days.

— Daniel Lemire (@lemire) May 13, 2022

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As of today, masks will no longer be required in Quebec for bars, restaurants, museums, shopping centers, cinemas, libraries, schools, performance halls, sports arenas, gyms, bus stations and grocery stores. The mandate will continue to be upheld inside of buses, the subway system, healthcare facilities and senior centers.

Big League Politics reported on the Draconian

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