Kahnawake will close its non-essential businesses in January

Par Vicky Girard
Kahnawake will close its non-essential businesses in January
(Photo : Le Soleil - Michel Thibault)

The Kahnawake COVID-19 Task Force took the decision to close all non-essential businesses, including cigarette stores, from December 31st to January 31st.

The new restrictions announced December 23rd will also impact the manufacturing sector with limitations place on personnel to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, also indicates the Task Force in a press release. Letters will be hand delivered to all the businesses for details.

Gas stations, grocery and convenience stores are permitted to sell tobacco products, but only to Kahnawake residents. The sale of these products to non-locals is strictly prohibited under penalty of a fine.

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