The Manitoba government is looking for the public’s feedback on the future of public health restrictions.
The current code red restrictions — forcing non-essential businesses to close their doors to the public, limiting social contacts to people in the same household, and limiting gathering sizes at five — have been in effect Nov. 13th and are set to expire Friday, Jan. 22.
“We hope to be in a position early next week to inform Manitobans of our planned path forward,” said Premier Brian Pallister on Friday.
The province has launched a survey on EngageMB.ca, encouraging Manitobans to share feedback on their priorities for a potential easing of current COVID-19 restrictions.
The premier says “our goal is to create a sustainable path forward where our businesses can open, and stay open. What we don’t want is a yo-yo effect, where we allow openings and then because of rising case numbers, have to invoke more restrictions. That would not be in anyone’s best interest.”
The link to fill out the survey can be found here.
You can find a rundown of the current public health measures, here.