WINNIPEG - CoVid-19 restrictions ease again today, as phase two of the plan to re-open Manitoba begins.
Starting today, you can dine indoors at a restaurant or have a drink at a bar. You can also go for a workout at your gym or get a tattoo.
Below is a partial list of what's allowed as of today. For full details, go to https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/restoring.
increasing child-care centre occupancy to up to 24 children plus staffing;
increasing day camp group sizes to 24;
resuming sports, arts and cultural activities for children and adults;
lifting occupancy limits at outdoor recreation facilities and golf courses outdoors, as long as physical distancing can be maintained and allowing limited access to indoor spaces;
allowing direct travel to northern parks, campgrounds, cabins, lodges and resorts while ensuring physical distancing;
allowing public/private swimming pools, spas, fitness clubs, gyms and community/service centres to reopen with some limitations;
allowing religious or other organizations to hold outdoor services or events without limitation on numbers if people stay in their vehicles;
reopening manicurists and pedicurists, tattoo parlours, estheticians, cosmetologists, electrologists and tanning parlours at 50 per cent capacity;
allowing restaurants to reopen indoor spaces at 50 per cent capacity and continue to offer patio services at that capacity level; and
allowing bars, beverage rooms, micro-brewers and similar businesses to operate patio service at 50 per cent of site capacity and to reopen indoor spaces at 50 per cent capacity.