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Public Input Will Determine the Lifting of Some Restrictions in Manitoba.

Manitoba Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin reported they are looking at proposed changes to public health orders while continuing to monitor COVID-19 variants of concern.  He lists some of them being considered for implementation in two phases over a six week period beginning March 5th and again on March 26th  including allowing households a choice of continuing to designate two visitors to their home or designating a second household to visit each other, increasing gathering limits at outdoor places to ten people including outdoor non-organized sports and other rec activities, increasing the capacity size at places of worship for regular church services to 25 percent with a cap of one hundred people, expanding the capacity limit for retail stores, malls, personal services to 50 percent capacity and keeping that cap of 250 persons max and expanding restaurant and licensed premises to 50 percent capacity but again with the requirement to seat only members of the same household.


The province remains at level red.  You can find out more and provide your input online at engagemb.ca.

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