June 7, 2023


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Broms banned: Dr. Aruda agrees to repeat the analyzes

The Dr Horacio undertakes to re-evaluate whether or not to allow Aruda proms.

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The decision to set aside again this year of public health, announced earlier this week, is causing a lot of dissatisfaction with the setting up of this cult for adults for high school students.

“We’re not there to hate people,” he said Wednesdayr Aruda participating in the press conference of the Minister of Education regarding the start of the 2021-2022 school year.

He said he understood the “frustration, anger and frustration” of parents and young Quebecs who were waiting impatiently for this moment.

The National Director of Public Health clarified that the current vaccine protection of this type of population is currently not sufficient to give the green light to the organization of the event and the party that usually follows the ball. “But I will do a very quick assessment again,” he added.

Opposition parties fear that the ban on organizing graduation balls will lead to a proliferation of underground parties aimed at celebrating the transition from high school to CEGEP.

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