Big news for Habs fans today

Published March 2, 2022 at 6:09 PM

Montreal Canadiens fans have just received some great news. It will be (finally, some will say) a real return to normal, at the Bell Center, for Habs games.

As reported by Renaud Lavoie, from TVA Sports, the Canadiens' game on March 12, at home, against the Seattle Kraken, will be played at 100% capacity and without any vaccine passport.

So, from March 12, it will be a full house at the Bell Center, and the vaccine passport is no longer required.

There's more.

We have also just learned that, yes it will be the end of the vaccine passport as of March 12, but also, by mid-April at the latest, it will be the end of the rule to wear a mask in all public places.

The Bell Center being a public place (obviously), we can therefore conclude that, in about a month, you will be able to attend Habs games, in a sold-out Bell Center, without a vaccine passport, and without a mask.

It's major, and it was eagerly awaited, by many, for a very long time! Do you agree with these new rules?

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