Coronavirus Canada updates: Quebec will allow day camps to operate in June

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Quebec Premier Francois Legault announced that on June 22, all day camps can open in the province.

He said there will be a variety of measures put in place, including smaller groups and physician distancing guidelines.

“It’s very important for kids to play outside, to play together,” the premier said. “I encourage teenagers and young adults to become monitors…it’s a great experience.”

Quebec’s public health director, Dr. Horacio Arruda, said the the biggest group of campers will be for the older age group and will see 10 children to one camp counsellor.

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