Western Canada, northwestern Ontario travel restrictions may be lifted in Manitoba’s next reopening phase – CBC

Isolation requirements could end this month for some visitors to Manitoba, bringing the province in line with most others.

The next phase of Manitoba’s COVID-19 reopening plan, tentatively planned for June 21, could drop the province’s mandatory 14-day quarantine for people coming from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, northwestern Ontario and all three territories.

Gathering sizes could increase to 50 indoors and 100 outdoors in Phase 3 as well, Premier Brian Pallister said at a news conference announcing the draft plan on Thursday morning.

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