WINNIPEG — Manitoba has begun re-introducing COVID-19 restrictions, particularly in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region, which moved to the Critical level (red) on the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System on November 2.
The rest of Manitoba is currently in the Restricted (orange) level.
Under the Critical-level restrictions, restaurants and other public food-and-beverage establishments are required to close on-site dining. Takeout, delivery and drive-thru services can continue. Casinos, recreational facilities, museums, galleries, libraries, movie theatres and concert halls are closed.
At this level, gatherings are also limited to five people or 15 per cent of a site’s capacity. Gyms and fitness centres are limited to 25-per-cent capacity.
People entering Manitoba from other provinces must self-isolate for 14 days, unless they’ve come from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, the northern territories or northwestern Ontario and show no symptoms of COVID-19.