Child-care centre occupancy will rise to up to 24 children, plus staff.
Occupancy limits at outdoor recreational facilities and golf courses will be lifted, as long as physical distancing can be maintained. There will be limited access to indoor spaces.
Restaurants will be able to reopen indoor spaces at 50 per cent capacity and continue to offer patio services at that capacity level.
Bars, beverage rooms, microbrewers and similar businesses will be allowed to operate patio services at 50 per cent of site capacity and to reopen indoor spaces at 50 per cent capacity.
Sports, arts and cultural activities will resume for adults and children.
Day camp group sizes will increase to 24.
Direct travel to northern parks, campgrounds, cabins, lodges and resorts will be allowed, while ensuring physical distancing.
Public and private swimming pools, spas, fitness clubs, gyms and community/service centres will be allowed to reopen with some limitations.
Religious and other organizations will be able to hold outdoor services or events without limitation on numbers if people remain in their vehicles.
Manicurists and pedicurists, tattoo parlours, estheticians, cosmetologists, electrologists and tanning parlours will be able to open at 50 per cent capacity.
Based on input from businesses, public health officials and the general public, the Manitoba government said it has also altered parts of its original Phase 2 implementation plan.
— Detailed guidelines for post-secondary educational institutions and vocational colleges;
— Removing occupancy limits for therapeutic and health-care services;
— Detailed guidance for seniors clubs;
— Additional details on requirements for the safe operation of splash pads;
— Updated guidelines for community centres;
— Clarifications on the opening of bars, beverage rooms, brew pubs, microbrewers and distilleries to allow sites that do not serve food to open, as well as updated guidelines from public health that all patrons must be seated at tables and stand-up service is not allowed;
— Detailed public health guidelines for film productions.
— Larry Kusch