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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, and people who are swimming or acting as a lifeguard.
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.
Public gatherings cannot exceed 5 persons at an indoor public place or 10 persons at an outdoor public place.
Hotels are permitted to host weddings or funerals of up to 10 persons, other than the officiant and a photographer or videographer. Measures must be implemented to ensure that all persons attending are reasonably able to maintain a separation of two metres from other persons at the wedding or funeral.
Hotel pools may open. Groups cannot exceed 10 persons. Operators must take reasonable measures to ensure there is no interaction between different groups of participants. Change rooms are limited to 50% capacity. Everyone must wear a mask unless they are swimming or a lifeguard.
Hotel gyms and fitness rooms may open at 25% of usual capacity. Measures must be implemented to ensure members of the public are reasonably able to maintain a separation of two metres from each other. Change rooms are limited to 50% capacity. Contact tracing information must be collected. Masks must be worn at all times.
Spas may open at 50% capacity with physical distancing measure in place between patrons and workstations, with contact tracing information collected from patrons.
Hotel Beer Vendors:
Retail beer stores may remain open. The number of members of the public inside the store is capped at 33% 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.
Restaurants and Licensed Establishments:
Restaurants and licensed establishments may open at 50% capacity with:
VLTs are operating, effective Friday, March 5th. A separation of two metres between machines is required unless a non-permeable physical barrier is placed between them.
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