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Masks are mandatory in all indoor public places.
The operator of an indoor public place must ensure that every person who is not wearing a mask is given a reminder to do so as soon as possible.
Masks are not required for children under 5, people with medical conditions that prevent them from safely wearing a mask, or people who cannot put on or remove a mask without assistance.
Masks can be temporarily removed to receive a service that requires removal of the mask, to consume food or drink, or to establish someone's identity.
Masks can be removed when patrons are seated at least two metres from other persons, but must be worn at all times while moving from their seated position within the indoor public place.
Employees can remove their masks if they are in an area that members of the public cannot access, or if they are behind a non-permeable physical barrier.
Gatherings of more than 5 people are not permitted in any indoor or outdoor public place.
Pools and hotel gyms must close.
All hair salons, barbers and sites offering manicures, pedicures, and other aesthetic services must close. Regulated professions and message therapists can continue to provide services.
Hotel Beer Vendors:
Retail beer stores may remain open. The number of members of the public inside the store is capped at 25% of the usual capacity. The operator must implement measures to ensure that members of the public are reasonably able to maintain a separation of at least two metres.
For a full list of items that can be sold in retail stores in Manitoba, click here.
All restaurants must close their indoor premises and any patio or outdoor area. Food may be sold for delivery or takeout.
All licensed premises (restaurants, bars, beverage rooms) must close except for delivery or takeout.
Food and beverages cannot be served or consumed in any licensed area, including banquet rooms and lobbies.
Bingos, VLT lounges, casinos, gaming centres and indoor recreational facilities must all close. No video lottery terminals may operate while the Code Red orders are in effect.
Indoor concert halls, theatres, museums and art galleries must close.
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