WINNIPEG - The province is once again asking Manitobans to take a survey on plans to move to restricted or orange under the Pandemic Response System.
Possible changes include increasing outside gathering limits, expanding capacity at retail stores and religious services, expanding indoor restaurant dining criteria to include a household and their designated visitors, allowing organized team games at indoor sporting facilities, and removing the requirement that youth must wear a mask while taking part in indoor sporting activities, such as hockey or soccer.
In addition, other changes include enabling indoor theatres, indoor concert halls, casino and gaming centres to open at limited capacity levels and removing the requirement to self-isolate for 14 days for interprovincial/domestic travellers who travel for business reasons and do not have symptoms.
Premier Brian Pallister and Dr. Brent Roussin also want your feedback on the timing of this, before or after the Easter and Passover holidays.
What do you think?