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COVID-19: Quebec lifts mask mandate for public transit users

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Quebec are no longer required to wear masks beginning today.The province brought in a COVID-19 mask mandate for indoor public spaces and public transit in the summer of 2020.In mid-May, it became the last province to remove the face covering requirement for indoor public spaces, and going forward, authorities say wearing a mask will be personal choice.Masks are still mandatory in hospitals, long-term care homes and other health-care facilities.The Quebec government announced the plan to remove masks on public transit 10 days ago, a decision that was supported by the province’s public health officials.In the latest figures published Friday, Quebec health authorities reported 1,029 people hospitalized with the disease, including 26 in intensive care..

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