WINNIPEG - Manitoba is extending all current COVID-19 public health orders for another three weeks.
They were set to expire next Tuesday but will now be in effect until at least February 1st.
The orders include the following restrictions:
“Ongoing restrictions are a challenge for many Manitobans, but remain necessary to help slow the spread of the virus and protect our health-care system,” said health minister Audrey Gordon. “While these orders remain in place, we continue to take steps to improve supply and access to testing and other important initiatives that support our pandemic response and protect our health system. Nothing is off the table and we will act swiftly in the weeks ahead if further action is required to protect Manitobans.”