That means smaller groups of children and frequent handwashing.
Guilbault said Quebecers will be able to go "forward with more and more access to the freedom we all want again", assuming citizens remain diligent and respect guidelines put forth by public health and in turn, individual businesses and venues.
Legault encouraged teenagers and young adults to apply for counsellor jobs and acknowledged the province is competing with the Canadian Emergency Student Benefit, which provides $1,250 per four-week period for students unable to find work.
Legault said the latest statistics regarding COVID-19 are on a downward trend and encouraging, in order to prevent a spike in infections the premier recommended wearing a mask when out in public, especially on public transit.
Also Saturday, authorities also reported a decrease of 27 in the number of hospitalizations to 1,452.
"The situation remains fragile and we must remain cautious", Guilbault said.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in the province climbed by 697, bringing the total to 46,838.
Health officials also reported that 14,044 people have recovered from the virus.
Quebec met its COVID-19 testing goals for the first time Saturday, announcing it had administered 14,000 tests as the province continues to gradually ease restrictions. Non-essential retail businesses not located in shopping malls or with a private street entrance will be allowed to re-open in the Greater Montreal Area this coming Monday, May 25.
"The pandemic hit us head on and created a humanitarian challenge, a health challenge and an economic one", Demers said.
The province had previously managed more than 13,000 tests twice earlier this month.
He said he would not pass judgment "on how a community protects its vulnerable members".