Quebec Premier Froncois Legault during a press conference. The Canadian Press
Quebec is announcing it will gradually remove police controls that have been limiting non-essential travel to certain regions.
Deputy Premier Genevieve Guilbault says police roadblocks will begin to be removed on May 4 in the Laurentides, Lanaudiere and Chaudiere-Appalaches regions.
The Abitibi, Saguenay Lac-St-Jean and Outaouais regions, with the exception of Gatineau, will reopen May 11, while the Bas-St-Laurent, Gaspesie, Iles-de-la Madeleine, Charlevoix and Cote-Nord areas will remove roadblocks on May 18.
The province announced 79 new deaths for a total of 1,761, and 837 cases for a total of 26,594.
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