MCA COVID-19 Update – Sep 25

Manitoba’s public health officials will be elevating the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System level for the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region to Restricted (orange) effective Monday, Sept. 28.

The Manitoba Provincial Government made an annoucement today that as of Monday Sep 28th,  Masks will be mandatory in all indoor public places and Public gatherings will be restricted to 10 people, both indoors and outdoors, however the new maximum of 10 people gathering does NOT apply to athletic or fitness activities. This has been confirmed by Sport Manitoba who has stated to The MCA the following:

The Province has provided Sport Manitoba the direction that at this time, the maximum occupancy of 10 people indoors and outdoors and the wearing of masks does not apply to those actively engaging in athletic or fitness activities”.    

It is of critical importance that we all continue to focus on the fundamentals to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

– Stay home if you feel sick
– Wash/sanitize your hands, cover your cough and physically distance when you are with people outside your household.  
– Reduce the number of close contacts outside your household, and avoid closed-in or crowded spaces.
– Follow all mask mandates

As soon as we receive additional updates, we will keep you informed. Thank you for your cooperation and support in keeping us all safe.


The affected Winnipeg Metropolitan regions included in this return to Phase 2.0 change are…

  • City of Winnipeg; 
  • City of Selkirk; 
  • Town of Stonewall; 
  • Rural Municipality (RM) of Cartier; 
  • RM of Headingley; 
  • RM of Macdonald; 
  • RM of Ritchot; 
  • RM of Rockwood; 
  • RM of Rosser;
  • RM of Springfield; 
  • RM of St. Andrews; 
  • RM of St. Clements; 
  • RM of St. François Xavier;
  • RM of Taché;
  • RM of West St. Paul;
  • RM of East St. Paul;
  • Town of Niverville; and 
  • Village of Dunnottar.


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