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Canada Coronavirus: RV-driving snowbird expelled from two Quebec grocery stores

16:57  26 march  2020
16:57  26 march  2020 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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a red and black truck parked in front of a building: The IGA Marché Lamontagne et fille's Facebook page identified the vehicle of a snowbird who reportedly violated quarantine orders. © Facebook The IGA Marché Lamontagne et fille's Facebook page identified the vehicle of a snowbird who reportedly violated quarantine orders.

A man identified as a snowbird who had recently returned from the United States was reportedly expelled Wednesday from two Lac-St-Jean grocery stores after trying to shop there.

Until further notice, Canadians returning from travel must comply with a mandatory quarantine. Offenders face a fine of up to $750,000 and a maximum prison term of six months.

The man attempted, unsuccessfully, to shop at an IGA store and a Metro store on St-Félicien Blvd. in St-Félicien, the IGA Marché Lamontagne et fille said in a post on its Facebook page

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The Facebook post included a photo of the man’s large RV, marked with a large red X in disapproval.

As of 10 a.m. Thursday, the post had been shared by more than 4,400 people.

St-Félicien is about 300 kilometres north of Quebec City.

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