Quebec Vaxx Regime Promises To Hold Strong As Convoy Protests Continue

© Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press Quebec Premier François Legault announced Tuesday that bars and organized sports can soon resume their activities in the province.

As the Canadian ‘Freedom Convoy’ occupying capital city Ottawa and other parts of the country continues to go on, some politicians have delivered quite the interesting promise to angsty citizens asking to finally be left alone: some restrictions will end, but we’ll have to keep the big ones and we could clamp down again later.

No, that’s not a joke. At least not in the case of Quebec Premier François Legault.

“The population is fed up. I’m fed up. We’re all fed up,” he said. “But the reason we resisted [easing restrictions] until today was because there was too much risk.”

“Right now, we can take a calculated risk and finally turn the page.”

The Canadian premier promised that most Covid-19 mandates will be scrapped by March 15th with a few notable exceptions — orders forcing mask-wearing and use of vaccine passports for the experimental Covid-19 inoculations will remain.

Legault insisted that protests in Quebec city by convoy members did not influence his decision to promise a pullback of only some Covid-19 restrictions.

“But if they want to take credit and not come back in two weeks, I wouldn’t be opposed to that,” he said.

Home gatherings in the province will reportedly no longer have government restrictions as of this Saturday, Feb. 12.

“It will be up to each person to evaluate the risk,” Legault said. “How many people am I with? How many got their third dose? How many are over 60 — what risk am I ready to take?”

The provincial government will also now grant restaurants the privilege of sitting up to 10 patrons at a table at once instead of the previous allowed 4.

Canadian Health Minister Christian Dubé echoed much of Legault’s announcement, telling the public that there are no plans to lift mandatory mask mandates and the province’s vaccine passport.

The jab rate in the province of Quebec is extremely high; Legault noted that 63% of adults in the province have already received a third booster dose of a COVID-19 inoculation.

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