Horacio Arruda has just given the green light for escape games to reopen in the red zone

Le Journal de Montréal has learned that Horacio Arruda has just given the green light to the resumption of escape room games. He sent a letter to the Quebec Escape Games Association on November 23, mentioning: “After analysis, we inform you that escape games are considered centers of indoor fun. This type of activity is not prohibited. ”. The owners of this type of establishment must disinfect the premises after each game. Groups of 2 people must absolutely keep a distance of two meters or come from the same household and wear the mask. Some people wonder if it's really safe to stay in a small, closed place for 60 minutes. They wonder if the place is 100% sanitized.

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