Gatherings are capped at 10 people and mask use is … Additionally, gathering size limits have been reduced from 10 to five, including mall food courts and common areas. ... lowering indoor and outdoor gathering sizes from 10 to five, the five-person limit does not apply to household members for private gatherings inside the home; Winnipeg is already under tighter restrictions than other areas of the province due to numbers that spiked in late summer. Story continues below advertisement The Manitoba government is imposing increased restrictions in the greater Winnipeg area due to rising COVID-19 numbers. The province’s top doctor said he had no intention of changing the gathering size limits for Manitobans, despite stating Tuesday they would be … Change: Indoor gathering limits are increased to up to 50 and outdoor gathering limits are increased to up to 100 people. COVID-19 Latest update December 11, 2020 – Winter recreation activities. Winnipeg is already under tighter restrictions than other areas of the province due to numbers that spiked in late summer. Outdoor gathering limits will increase to 50. Restaurants will also be required to reduce table gathering sizes from 10 to five, in addition to reducing capacity to 50%. Article content. The 10-person limit applies to places of worship and gatherings such as weddings and funerals. Public gatherings of 50 people will be allowed indoors and 100 people outdoors, where members of the public are reasonably able to maintain a separation of at least two metres from others, except for brief exchanges. Manitoba officially under Code Red restrictions after change to gathering limits Posted on November 12, 2020 by Peggy WINNIPEG — All of Manitoba has officially entered Code Red restrictions as of Thursday, Nov. 12 at 12:01 a.m. after the province made a last-minute change to group gatherings limits. Gathering limits are reduced from 10 to five and restaurants must reduce group/tables sizes to match and keep to a 50 per cent capacity limit. Published Monday, December 7, 2020 5:54PM EST Last Updated Monday, December 7, 2020 7:00PM EST Dr. Brent Roussin said gathering limits will increase to 25 for indoor events, up 15 from the limit of 10 that has been in place for several weeks. Residents seeking to get active this winter season are encouraged to get outside and enjoy a wide-range of City trails, while staying safe.