Manitoba Looks At Easing COVID Restrictions

As COVID-19 case numbers continue trending downward, the Manitoba government is looking at easing some restrictions, such as opening restaurants, gyms and libraries to open at 25% capacity as early as next Friday. Chief Medical Health officer Dr. Brent Roussin says it would also allow organized outdoor sports to resume, and places of worship to open at 10% capacity, with a cap of 50 people.

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