Manitoba's chief provincial public health officer Dr. Brent Roussin announced on Wednesday that some COVID-19 restrictions will be eased as of Saturday, June 12, allowing outdoor gatherings of up to five people on public and private property with some restrictions.
People can gather with up to five people outdoors on public property or a private residence, but visitors must not be from more than two households.
All other restrictions on indoor gatherings, personal care businesses, gyms, restaurants and other businesses will remain in place.
Retail businesses will be allowed to operate at a 10 per cent capacity, or a maximum of 100 people.
Roussin also announced that as of June 11, people who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and are symptom-free upon arrival to Manitoba won’t be required to self-isolate.
People who are fully vaccinated and are identified as a close contact of a COVID-19 case won’t be required to self-isolate as well.
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