Esther is preparing for the arrival of the vaccine passport

from 1He is September, Passport Vaccination will be applied to some activities considered nonessential throughout Quebec. Bars, restaurants and training halls will be particularly affected by this measure.

Annie Foucher, co-owner of the Liverpool restaurant in Sherbrooke, notes that she was split before this announcement from the Quebec government.

We had hoped that in the sense that if that was the only way to stay open, we would apply the procedure we were required to. On the other hand, yes, we will suffer from everything that has to be put in place to welcome customers.

Quote from:Annie Fucher, co-owner of Liverpool Restaurant

Fears in the Granada Theater

The general manager and artistic director of the Granada Theater is also concerned. She believes the arrival of a vaccine passport could penalize the facility, while in recent months a lot of effort has been made to make the building safe.

We’ve been navigating the unknown since the beginning, but it’s the culture, the restaurants, and the bars that always bear the consequences. People have suffered a lot from anxiety, and this epidemic has been very worrying. Entertainment must have a place, culture must have a place, they are important to morale.

Quote from:Susan Marie Landry, General and Artistic Director of the Granada Theater

The director is now waiting for the government to determine the details surrounding the implementation of this passport.

With information from Alexis Tremblay

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