Quebec brings back 8 p.m. curfew in Montreal area, extends measures in hot spots

Quebec is bringing back an 8 p.m. curfew in the Montreal area and extending a lockdown order in three cities and one region as it tightens COVID-19 restrictions for the second time in just three days. Premier Francois Legault says restrictions including closing schools and non-essential businesses in Quebec City, Levis and Gatineau as well as several municipalities in Quebec's Beauce region would be prolonged until at least April 18.