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Current Public Health Orders April 8, 2021 (in effect as of 12:01 a.m. April 9, 2021) - General COVID-19 Prevention Orders (pdf)

THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT
(C.C.S.M. c. P210)
Orders under The Public Health Act

WHEREAS:
1. The pandemic caused by the communicable
disease known as COVID-19 is creating public
health challenges in Manitoba that will continue
to evolve and that require urgent action to protect
the health and safety of people across Manitoba.

2. I, Dr. Brent Roussin, Chief Provincial Public
Health Officer, believe that, as a result of the
COVID-19 pandemic,
(a) a serious and immediate threat to public
health exists because of an epidemic or
threatened epidemic of a communicable
disease; and
(b) the threat to public health cannot be
prevented, reduced or eliminated without
taking special measures.

3. The Minister responsible for the administration
of The Public Health Act (the "Act") has approved
special measures being taken under
clauses 67(2)(c), (d) and (d.1) of the Act.

THEREFORE, I am making the attached COVID-19
Prevention Orders, as authorized under the Act.

April 8, 2021 Chief Provincial Public Health Officer/

Dr. Brent Roussin


Places of worship
ORDER 19
19(1) Subject to subsection (2), churches,
mosques, synagogues, temples and other places
of worship may open to hold regular religious
services if
(a) the number of persons attending a service
does not exceed 25% of the usual capacity of
the premises or 100 persons, whichever is
lower; and
(b) measures are implemented to ensure that
persons attending a service are reasonably
able to maintain a separation of at least two
metres from other persons at the service,
other than persons who reside at the same
private residence.

19(2) If a wedding, funeral or other gathering
is held at a place of worship, it must be
conducted in accordance with the applicable
requirements of Order 2.

19(3) Except as permitted by subsection (4),
persons attending a religious service at a place of
worship must wear a mask in accordance with
the requirements of Order 27 at all times when
they are in the place of worship.

19(4) Persons attending a religious service at
a place of worship are not required to wear a
mask when they are seated in accordance with
requirements of clause (1)(b), except when they
are singing or chanting.

19(5) This Order does not prevent a church,
mosque, synagogue, temple or other place of
worship from conducting an outdoor religious
service that complies with the requirements of
subsection 2(4).

19(6) This Order does not prevent the
premises of a church, mosque, synagogue,
temple or other place of worship from being used
by a public or private school or for the delivery of
health care, child care or social services

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******Community, Cultural and Religious Gatherings
Places of worship can hold regular religious services if a service does not exceed 25 per cent of usual capacity or 100 people, whichever is lower.
Masks may be taken off while household groups are seated at a service, are appropriately distanced from other groups, and are not singing.