Today the Province announced the following in their Covid-19 Bulletin #229:
New COVID-19 public health orders will be issued for the Northern health region and Churchill by the chief provincial public health officer. The orders will come into effect Monday, Oct. 26 and remain in effect for a minimum of two weeks.
The restrictions will be the same as those currently in place in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region. This includes:
- reducing gathering sizes;
- closing of casinos, bingo halls and entertainment facilities with a license under the Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Act that requires the licensee to present live entertainment must close to members of the public, with the exception of providing food for take-out or delivery;
- limiting the occupancy of other licensed businesses, retail businesses and restaurants of 50 per cent of their usual capacity;
- limiting the occupancy of personal service businesses of 50 per cent of their usual occupancy or one person for each 10 square metres of the premises that is open to the public, whichever is less; and
- requiring a restaurant or licensed premises, theatre, museum, gallery, library, personal service business, concert hall, or fitness facility to keep contact information for members of the public attending their premises and maintain those records for 21 days to support contract tracing.
To read the full bulletin, please visit https://news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.html?item=49453&posted=2020-10-22