- Quebec’s justice minister and minister liable for the French language declared Sunday.
- Simon Jolin-Barrette proclaimed on Sunday that he had contracted the disease.
Quebec minister Simon Jolin-Barrette has tested positive for COVID-19.
The justice minister and the minister liable for the French language made the statement in a tweet Sunday.
“Yesterday, I got a positive test outcome for COVID-19. For the point, I feel well,” he noted Sunday morning. “I will be working remotely in conformance with public health efforts throughout the coming days.”
Jolin-Barrette was prepared to spend this coming week in his ridings — not at the National Assembly.
MNAs will be back in Quebec City on May 24.
Pharmacies advise masking up at drug counters
Pharmacists across the region’s 1,900 pharmacies are requesting people to continue sporting masks, mainly around the pharmacy counter, out of respect for those who may be weak.
Bertrand Bolduc, president of Quebec’s order of pharmacists, said multiple customers suffer from various diseases, implying they face higher chances of contracting COVID-19.
“We won’t play police, but we’d want people to wear a mask,” Bolduc stated. “Our team will also continue to wear it.”
Source – cbc.ca