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The following COVID-19 prevention orders take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, February 15 that will move all of Manitoba to the Yellow (Caution) level under the Pandemic Response System and will remain in place until March 1.


Gatherings in Public Spaces

  • Gatherings that include one or more unvaccinated people (if they are 12 years of age or older) are limited to 50 people
  • No restrictions on indoor public gatherings when all who are present are fully immunized people or are under 12 years of age.

Outdoor:

  • There are no capacity limits to outdoor gatherings regardless of vaccination status.

Gatherings on Private Property

Indoor:

  • There are no capacity limits to indoor gatherings at private residences regardless of vaccination status.

Outdoor:

  • There are no capacity limits to outdoor gatherings at private residences regardless of vaccination status.

Restaurants, licensed premises and food courts

  • Proof of vaccination is required for those 12 years of age and older.
  • Individuals are required to wear masks but are not required to provide proof of vaccination to enter for the sole purpose of picking up takeout or delivery orders.
  • There are no capacity limits to restaurants, licensed premises and food courts.
  • Liquor sales return to normal hours of operation.

Gyms and fitness centres

  • No capacity limits.
  • Proof of immunization required.

Casinos, bingo halls and VLTs

  • No capacity limits.
  • Proof of immunization required.

Museums and galleries

  • Museums operate under the requirement to show proof of vaccination when open to the public as a museum.
  • No capacity limits.

Libraries

  • No capacity limits.

Professional sports or performing arts events

  • No capacity limits.
  • Proof of immunization required.

Movie theatres and concert halls

  • No capacity limits.
  • Proof of immunization required.

Weddings and funerals

  • Permitting indoor public gathering group sizes to 50 people for gatherings that include unvaccinated people who are eligible to be vaccinated.
  • No restrictions on indoor gatherings when all who are present are fully immunized people or are under 12 years of age.

Indoor community, cultural and religious gatherings

  • Indoor religious services and Indigenous cultural events are limited to 50 per cent capacity or a total of 500 people, whichever is lower, when proof of vaccination is not required.
  • No restrictions on indoor gatherings when all who are present are fully immunized people or are under 12 years of age.

Outdoor community, cultural and religious gatherings

  • No capacity limit if the service is held outdoors.

Personal services

  • No change.

Indoor sports and recreation, including dance, theatre and music schools.

  • No capacity limit for spectators.
  • Tournaments are allowed.
  • Proof of vaccination/testing is no longer required for 12-17 year olds for indoor and recreational sports.
  • Proof of vaccination is still required for those 18 and over.

Outdoor sports and recreation

  • No capacity limit for spectators.
  • Tournaments are allowed.

Children’s camps

  • No capacity limits.
  • Overnight camps allowed.

Retail, markets, garden centres and malls

  • No capacity limits.
  • Proof of vaccination is required at food courts.

Workplaces

  • No change.

Indoor self-help gatherings

  • No change.