|Discussion in '1. GENERAL' started by Ihor Cap - May 15th, 2020 9:27 pm.|
UPDATED May 1, 2020
Garage sales are a popular activity in Manitoba, but they are not encouraged at this time. Public health orders continue to limit gathering sizes of no more than 10 people at any indoor or outdoor premises, including garage sales.
In addition, garage sales are a higher risk setting because they are not associated with any recommended practices that retail stores must have in place. This includes how people could follow physical distancing guidelines, appropriate cleaning processes and options for cashless or no-contact payment.
Source: http://www.manitoba.ca/covid19 /infomanitobans/index.html
The Order Specifically States that:
COVID-19 PREVENTION ORDERS ORDRES DE PRÉVENTION DE LA COVID-19
Public gatherings Rassemblements publics
1(1) All persons are prohibited from
assembling in a public gathering of more than ten
persons at any indoor or outdoor place or
premises. This includes places of worship, social
gatherings and family events such as weddings
ORDRE No 1
1(1) Les rassemblements publics de plus
de dix personnes sont interdits en tout lieu, tant
à l'intérieur qu'à l'extérieur, y compris les lieux
de culte, les rassemblements sociaux et les
événements familiaux tels les mariages et les
1(2) This Order does not apply to a facility
where health care or social services are provided.
1(2) Le présent ordre ne s'applique pas aux
établissements où des services sociaux ou de
soins de santé sont offerts.
1(3) For certainty, more than ten members
of the public may attend a business that is
permitted to open under these Orders if the
operator of the business has implemented the
applicable public distancing measures set out in
Source: http://www.manitoba.ca/covid19 /soe.html