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Manitoba will loosen outdoor restrictions beginning June 12

Manitoba Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin reports case numbers continue to drop and our vaccine numbers continue to increase so they are in a position to slowly ease some of the restrictions regarding outdoor gatherings effective 12:01 AM Saturday for two weeks. 

 

He says they will include those provisions for outdoor gatherings with up to five people in public and on private property so for private residences outside you can have up to five visitors.

 

However they should be from no more than two households, and this is in addition to those who already reside at that household and for public spaces you can meet up to a total of five individuals.

 

These are the only changes that will be occurring at this time and the other restrictions will remain in place.

 

Roussin adds we must continue to ease pressure on the health care system by following health orders and getting vaccinated.  He said the province will continue to consider lifting other restrictions.

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