Quebec will allow non-contact sports, like tennis and golf, to resume | CBC News

Quebec will allow non-contact sports, like tennis and golf, to resume | CBC News

Quebec will soon allow people to resume playing individual, non-contact sports, such as tennis, golf, cycling, track and field, fishing and boating. 

The resumption of those activities will be phased in beginning May 20, announced Isabelle Charest, Quebec’s junior education minister, Wednesday. 

Scuba diving, horseback riding, climbing, individual water sports, skateboarding and in-line skating are also on the list of permitted activities. However, team sports such as soccer will not be allowed for now, Charest said.

The changes will affect all of Quebec, including the greater Montreal area, although everyone must continue to respect the public health guidelines for physical distancing, and people will be expected to stay in their region rather than travel to other parts of the…



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