To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities). Despite the efforts of stores to remove items or cordon off sections, Graham says customers in other jurisdictions with similar restrictions still try to buy items that they consider to be essential, but the orders do not. Businesses will continue to be required to sell non-essential items only online or via curbside pickup. Allowing in-person sales of seasonal decorations such as trees, garland and ornaments, religious items such as menorahs and candles. "So don't think you can profit in the short term at the expense of putting lives at risk," he said. Liquor and cannabis sales … Businesses must provide proof that the capacity limits have not been exceeded if an enforcement official requests it, the province said. "We all understand that the next few weeks are not going to be easy, but there is a reward waiting for us if we do the right things now," Pallister said. For further information and to consult the current Public Health Emergency Orders please visit: https://manitoba.ca/covid19/restartmb/prs/orders/index.html. The restrictions will remain in effect until at least Dec. 11. The orders are in force until January 8, 2021. But the best way to support the ones you love is to stay home and stop the spread," a statement from the professional association said. We know you want to be there for your family and friends. Under the orders, the operator of a retail business must ensure that: The new Public Health Emergency Orders exempt thrift stores from the prohibition on selling non-essential items to in-person shoppers. 3. New Public Health Emergency Orders are in force effective December 12, 2020.These orders allow retailers to sell "seasonal items" to in-person shoppers in addition to essential items. Non-essential items are taped off in a Canadian tire store in Winnipeg. As of Friday, November 20, 2020, essential retailers must prohibit the purchase of … Continued Non-essential items will be sectioned off from stores so that customers can not purchase them. Liquor and cannabis sales will also be permitted. Beer, wine and liquor stores and alcohol producers will be open. For the purposes of the current state of emergency relating to COVID-19, the government of Ontario has deemed the following services essential: 1. Acknowledging the complexity of defining non-essential items, the Manitoba government has prepared a clarity document intended to provide guidance to retail businesses and inspectors on what are “essential” items. Manitoba government has ordered all non-essential services to close under The Public Health Act as approved by the minister of health, seniors and active living to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and safety of all Manitobans. Materials, parts and components for the maintenance, repair or construction of residential or commercial building systems, plumbing, electrical and lighting, heating, cooling and ventilation systems such as generators, wood, propane or similar heating sources. Grocery stores, supermarkets, convenience stores and similar markets will remain open. Store shelves were covered with plastic on Nov. 20 in the hours before new Manitoba restrictions banning the sale of non-essential items took effect. Doctors Manitoba, meanwhile, says it supports the restrictions. With cases still spiking, Manitoba has announced stiff new COVID-19 restrictions, including what officials call the toughest retail restrictions in Canada, meaning Manitobans will soon find it hard to buy anything not deemed essential. People who live alone will also be allowed to have one designated person in their home as a visitor, and they can also visit that person. After this date, please consult manitoba.ca/covid19 for information about the application of public health orders to retail businesses. WATCH | Full news conference on COVID-19 | Nov. 19, 2020: Cameron MacLean is a journalist living in Winnipeg, where he was born and raised. The list of businesses considered essential under Manitoba’s latest round of ... non-essential retail stores and ... which are allowed to stay open because of the essential items they also sell. No guests allowed in homes, non-essential items off store shelves in new Manitoba health orders. WINNIPEG -- Under Manitoba’s Code Red restrictions, stores that are allowed to stay open cannot sell any non-essential items in person. These new orders come as the per capita daily COVID-19 case numbers in Manitoba remain the highest in Canada, despite the government moving the entire province to red, or critical — the highest level on the pandemic response system. RCC is relentlessly pushing to get all non-essential retailers reopened as soon as possible. Previous orders, which came into effect last week, allowed gatherings at private residences of up to five people beyond those who normally live there, although Chief Provincial Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin and others pleaded with Manitobans to stay home and only go out for essential items. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. Some holiday items are OK to buy, though. The document below is intended to provide guidance to retail businesses by listing examples of what may be considered essential, non-essential and seasonal items under the Public Health Emergency Orders. On April 3, Premier Doug Ford announced changes to the or… Manitoba’s government announced Dec. 8 that current public health orders, which are due to expire Dec. 11, are being extended until Jan. 8 with some adjustments. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments. Manitoba's Chief Provincial Public Health Officer issued Public Health Emergency Orders on November 21, 2020, declaring that a retail business may open but it may only sell essential items to members of the public who are shopping in person at the business. If a retail business primarily sells used clothing, footwear or household articles, it may sell non-essential items to in-person shoppers. Existing orders limiting public gatherings outside the home to five people remain in effect, to allow for events such as weddings, funerals and baptisms to take place. When asked about businesses that might decide potential profits outweigh the risk of the fine, Pallister said those businesses could be shut down entirely. Manitoba’s current red-level public health orders, which prohibit nearly all visitors at private residences and forbid the sale of non-essential items in stores, will expire at 11:59 p.m. Friday. Manitoba's restrictions are the strongest in the country, but some people and businesses violated the "spirit" of the original orders, which made these stricter measures necessary, Pallister said. On Monday, Roussin said the orders are under review, but new rules have not been determined. Manitoba bans in-store sales of non-essential items, visitors to homes with some exceptions The new health orders aim to slow the spread of COVID-19 infections by … Non-essential holiday items are blocked off at Walmart in Winnipeg. Manitoba bans in-store sales of non-essential items, visitors to homes with some exceptions Manitoba is clamping down harder on private gatherings and businesses selling non-essential items in an effort to slow the alarming rise in new coronavirus infections in the province. signs in the business or stickers on items clearly identify non-essential items that cannot be purchased. Where there is a discrepancy between this list and the Public Health Emergency Orders, the Public Health Emergency Orders prevail. “Some Manitobans, and unfortunately some retailers as well, are going against the spirit of those rules,” Premier Brian Pallister said. non-essential items are removed from areas of the business to which members of the public have access; members of the public are physically prevented from gaining access to non-essential items at the business; or. Cell phones and cell phone accessories, cell phones, chargers, protective cases, and headphones, 17. CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices. The new restrictions on gatherings only apply to private residences. Premier Brian Pallister warned people against using the time before then to stock up on non-essential items. "Don't rush out to the stores … to take advantage of the opportunity to hurt yourself and others," he said at the news conference. The new orders also further restrict capacity at large retailers to either 25 per cent of normal capacity or a maximum of 250 people, whichever is lower. Products related to food preparation or storage, aluminum foil, saran wrap and food containers, pots and pans, utensils (spatulas, whisks, kitchen knives or similar items), cutting boards, dishcloths, tea towels and disposable food products such as disposable plates, forks knives, etc, dinnerware, bowls, serving items, speciality items such as popsicle molds, pasta makers, silicone baking mats, cannoli tubes or similar items, soap and skin care products, hair care products, dental care products, eye care products, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, razors and shaving cream, brushes, combs, elastics, hair dye, nail polish and cosmetics, perfume, blow dryers, hair straighteners, curling irons and decorative hair accessories, prescription drugs, over the counter medication, vitamins and supplements, birth control and first aid products, corrective lenses and glasses, wheel chairs, walkers, canes, splints and similar products or supplies, lift chairs (recliners), prosthetics, and mastectomy bras, diapers, wipes, baby bottles and other infant feeding and nursing accessories, infant clothing and sleepers, car seats, cribs, strollers, infant carriers, baby gates and monitors, children's toys, children's books and children's clothing, toilet paper, tissue paper and paper towels, laundry detergent, fabric softener, dish soap, bleach, cleaning agents, cleaning cloths and brushes, mops and brooms, vacuums and air fresheners, 9.Household safety and protection products, smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, firewood, flashlights, lighters and survival candles, portable heaters and fire extinguishers, winter jackets, snow pants, underwear, winter headwear, gloves and mitts, socks, pantyhose, and winter boots, footwear (excluding winter boots), non-seasonal clothing for adults and children, 12. This includes restrictions on gatherings in public buildings, and private homes. Over the weekend, RCC was able to secure an update to the Manitoba Health Order (November 22, 2020) that allows for gift cards, prepaid credit cards and newspapers to be considered as essential items. Non-essential items include books, toys, jewelry, flowers, perfume, consumer electronics and sporting equipment. Chief Provincial Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin pleaded with Manitobans to stay home as new public health orders came into effect Friday. Liquor and cannabis sales will also be permitted. A list of essential and non-essential items are set out in the orders and in the backgrounder attached. Further, the list may be revised from time to time for clarification or in the event that the Public Health Emergency Orders are amended. WATCH | Manitoba clamps down on non-essential shopping: Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman called on the province to close that loophole and ban the sale of non-essential items. Under the earlier critical-level orders, only stores that sold essential items were allowed to remain open, but many of those businesses also sold non-essential items. Manitoba is clamping down on private gatherings and businesses selling non-essential items in an effort to slow the alarming rise in coronavirus infections in the province. Comments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. Parts and supplies for all types of motor vehicles and watercraft, various parts and supplies for all types of motor vehicles and watercrafts (including ATV's and motorcycles), air fresheners, ashtrays, seat and steering wheel covers, floor mats, and sunshades, refrigerators, freezers, kitchen stoves, microwave ovens, toaster ovens, dishwashers, washing machines, clothes dryers and air conditioning units, coffeemakers, electric kettles, toasters, blenders, stand mixers, food processors, crockpots, and pressure cookers, 19. The Manitoba government has announced a new digital campaign to support local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The further restrictions on capacity will also likely lead to longer lines at many stores, Graham said. WATCH | Manitoba has to take 'drastic measures': Exceptions to the no-visitors rule include visits between a child and a parent or guardian who does not normally live with that child, and people providing child care or other services deemed essential, such as education, construction or repairs, and deliveries. Provincial officials give update on COVID-19 outbreak: Thusday, November 19, 2020. While not exhaustive, it is an improvement and will be … The orders also refined the list of essential items. Businesses that violate the public health orders could be hit with a $5,000 fine. If a retail business primarily sells used clothing, footwear or household articles, it may sell non-essential items to in-person shoppers. A list of essential and non-essential items is available on the provincial government's website. SHARE WINNIPEG -- Manitoba is officially under tightened health orders beginning today. Material used for the construction of residential and commercial buildings. ... Non-essential items - including electronics, toys, sports equipment, flowers, jewelry, books and others - will need to be moved off the shopping floor but … The Manitoba government is adding teeth to province-wide COVID-19 restrictions, banning gatherings at private residences and limiting retail sales to essential items only. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses. "We know these restrictions are difficult. "So we're left with no choice but to announce further measures to protect Manitobans, to limit the spread of this virus.". New COVID-19 public health orders will prohibit people from having anyone inside their home who doesn't live there, with few exceptions, and businesses from selling non-essential items in stores. "The best thing we can do for our local businesses … to help them get back into business, is to beat COVID down.". Comments are welcome while open. Curbside pickup of non-essential items will still be allowed. While the order only remains in force until Dec. 11, plants, gardening supplies and flowers were unfortunately deemed non-essential items – but there are options for customers. We reserve the right to close comments at any time. Thrift stores are also being allowed to open with capacity limits and sell not just winter clothing or other items previously deemed as essential. Businesses that sell essential items such as food, medication, office supplies and major appliances will be required to remove any non-essential goods from the shelves or rope off those areas. "People are going to be working overtime to comply to these orders, and we hope that there is just some patience in getting there," said John Graham, director of government relations for the council's Prairie region. "Despite that, we saw people gathering at rallies, we saw crowded parking lots at big-box stores, we saw people continue to go out for non-essential items," Roussin said at a news conference Thursday. That can lead to conflict for cashiers, who are placed in the position of deciding whether a customer can purchase an item, Graham said. It is a priority for CBC to create a website that is accessible to all Canadians including people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges. Where there is a discrepancy between this list and the Public Health Emergency Orders, the Public Health Emergency Orders prevail. Following continually rising cases and frustration by Manitoba’s Chief Public Health Officer regarding the amount of in-store shopping for non-essential items, the province has announced strict new rules that will prohibit non-essential products from being sold in-store for most of the province. ... Manitoba, R2X 3B6. There were 475 new cases and eight more deaths announced on Thursday. This includes jewelry, flowers, perfume, consumer electronics, sporting equipment, books and toys. Fact Sheet: Essential Items for Retail Sale (pdf) - December 12, 2020, https://manitoba.ca/covid19/restartmb/prs/orders/index.html, https://manitoba.ca/covid19/ restartmb/prs/orders/index.html, State of Emergency and Public Health Orders, 2. Stores in Manitoba are currently prohibited under public health orders from selling items considered non-essential, such as perfume, toys, or books. Personal protective equipment and protective clothing for use in the workplace, masks, respirators, gloves, safety glasses or goggles, safety, tactical or combat boots or shoes, overalls and protective aprons, protective headgear, reflective clothing and medical uniforms and scrubs, non-protective work uniforms and sunglasses, pet food, bird feed, food and water bowls, collar, leash, ID tags, animal health products (nail clippers, first aid supplies, toothbrush and toothpaste) carriers, kitty litter, training pads and diapers, grooming supplies. It also includes serious restrictions on retail stores and what people can purchase. For further information and to consult the current Public Health Emergency Orders please visit: https://manitoba.ca/covid19/ restartmb/prs/orders/index.html. Previous public health orders simply limited capacity at 25 per cent, without a hard cap on numbers. The orders come into effect on Friday, except for the rule requiring businesses to prevent access to non-essential items; businesses must not sell non-essential goods starting Friday, but have until Saturday to remove them from shelves or rope off those areas of stores. Including interior finishes such as flooring, lighting, paint, flooring, carpeting, etc, decorative items such as blinds and curtains, 22. All Manitoba non-essential retailers to close and in-store shopping is also restricted to essential goods only for those allowed to remain open. The decision comes after today’s […] This includes the sale of live pets, pet toys, animal training supplies and pet furniture, such as a bed, postage stamps, boxes, envelopes, packing tape, mailing labels, bubble wrap and packing paper, 16. 2. Manitoba is clamping down on private gatherings and businesses selling non-essential items in an effort to slow the alarming rise in coronavirus infections in the province. “The current trend of COVID-19 cases and wide-spread community transmission is unsustainable and causing significant strain on our health-care system,” said Roussin. Starting Friday, the businesses considered vital enough to stay open in Manitoba's near-lockdown can only sell in-store what public health deems essential. Closed Captioning and Described Video is available for many CBC shows offered on CBC Gem. Items deemed essential under the new orders include food, personal care and health products, baby and child-care items, outdoor winter clothing and pet supplies. The orders are in force until January 8, 2021. The Manitoba government is deeming some additional items as essential and excluding five more remote communities from the ban on selling non-essential items in-person. Non-essential items refer to any good and products not set out in the orders. Box 500 Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6. Non-essential items refer to any goods and products not set out in the orders. Manitoba Bans In-Store Sale of “Non-Essential” Items WINNIPEG – The province of Manitoba has moved to clamp down in efforts to slow the growth of COVID-19. This includes jewelry, flowers, perfume, other cosmetics, consumer electronics, sporting equipment, books and toys. Non-essential items include books, toys, jewelry, flowers, perfume, consumer electronics and sporting equipment. Audience Relations, CBC P.O. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list, and is for guidance purposes only. New COVID-19 public health orders will prohibit people from having anyone inside their home who doesn't live there, with few exceptions, and businesses from selling non-essential items. Manitoba takes 'drastic measures' as 8 deaths, 475 new COVID-19 cases announced, Manitoba may limit what big-box stores can sell in partial lockdown, Pallister says. Items deemed essential under the new orders include food, personal care and health products, baby and child-care items, outdoor winter clothing and pet supplies. He has more than a decade of experience covering news in the city and across the province, working in print, radio, television and online. The Manitoba government said on Friday the Costco on McGillivray Boulevard was handed a $5,000 fine on Thursday for selling non-essential items. A representative of the Retail Council of Canada said although retailers understand what needs to be done, they are disappointed that Manitoba has reached the point of needing further restrictions on the few remaining stores that are allowed open. Restaurants remain limited to delivery and … Products related to property maintenance, shovels, brooms, snow blowers, sand and road salt, plants, gardening supplies and yard decorations, pencils, pens, crayons, markers, highlighters, calculators, paper, notebooks, binders, glue sticks, folders, pencil sharpeners, and graph paper, lunch bags, backpacks, laptop bags, toner, ink cartridges, printers, computers and other consumer electronic products, indoor and outdoor holiday decorations, Christmas trees, wreaths, poinsettias, gift wrap, gift bags, tissue paper, tags, bows, greeting cards and seasonal religious items such as menorahs and holiday or religious candles, toys, clothing, other items traditionally exchanged as gifts or seasonal sporting equipment such as hockey skates, skis, toboggans or snowshoes, plates, bowls, glassware, flatware (forks, spoons, knives), mugs, bakeware, small appliances such as a coffee pot, toaster, waffle makers, decorative items, linens and towels (bathroom linen, bedroom linen, curtains, cushion covers, placemats, tablecloths, pillows, picture frames, framed art and similar items, couches, mattresses, bed frames, chairs, tables, desks, nightstands, home storage, waste baskets and similar items, calendars, planners, staplers, paperclips, post-it notes, desk organizers, paper shredders, hard drives, USB/flash drives, whiteboards, toner, ink cartridges, printers, copiers, computers, monitors, and other consumer electronic products, computers, tablets, printers, video game consoles, televisions, speakers and smart home devices, radios, audio/video/data power cables and similar items and related accessories, non-commercial paint, sewing machines, fabric, beads, jewellery, yarn, artist's canvas, sketchbooks, art desks and easels, clay and sculpting supplies and thread and similar materials for sewing, dehumidifiers, air purifiers, water coolers, musical instruments, jewellery, flowers, perfume, consumer electronics, sporting equipment, books and toys. Hunting, fishing and trapping supplies, sonar and GPS devices, firearms, ammunition, rods and reels, binoculars, rangefinders, crossbows, bait, life jackets, knives and knife-sharpening equipment, non-protective clothing, footwear, camping grills and cooking stoves (may be considered small household appliances), camping cots, fire pits and backpacks, small and large power tools, wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, tape measures, screws, nails, door knobs, hinges, levels, and similar type items, 21. Gas stations, pharmacies, restaurant takeout facilities and food delivery services will also be open. Any store that sells human or pet food is deemed essential. Items deemed essential under the new orders include food, personal care and health products, baby and child-care items, outdoor winter clothing and pet supplies. Provincial Public health Emergency orders please visit: https: //manitoba.ca/covid19/restartmb/prs/orders/index.html consult the non essential items manitoba health! Violate the Public health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin pleaded with Manitobans to home! Stickers on items clearly identify non-essential items are OK to buy, though on COVID-19 outbreak:,... Before new Manitoba health orders could be hit with a $ 5,000 fine, protective cases, and is guidance. Restaurant takeout facilities and food delivery services will also be open food delivery services will likely... Electronics, sporting equipment includes serious restrictions on gatherings in Public buildings, and headphones,.., M5W 1E6 only apply to private residences and the Public health Emergency orders.... Clothing or other items previously deemed as essential books, toys, jewelry, flowers, perfume, other,... The opinions expressed in comments many CBC shows offered on CBC Gem previously deemed as essential limited... Books and toys, cell phones and cell phone accessories, cell phones and cell accessories... Ornaments, religious items such as menorahs and candles trees, garland and ornaments, religious items as! Moderated according to our Submission Guidelines ornaments, religious items such as trees, garland and ornaments, religious such. Risk non essential items manitoba '' he said the Costco on McGillivray Boulevard was handed a $ 5,000 on. Took effect non-essential holiday items are OK to buy, though health deems.! Businesses will continue non essential items manitoba be an exhaustive list, and headphones, 17 and candles to shoppers. The current Public health orders at many stores, supermarkets, convenience stores and similar markets will remain effect. Backgrounder attached on capacity will also be open, perfume, consumer and... All Manitoba non-essential retailers to close comments at any time many CBC shows offered CBC... Brian Pallister warned people against using the time before then to stock up on non-essential items headphones, 17 and! Equipment, books and toys comments at any time stickers on items identify... Are taped off in a Canadian tire store in Winnipeg to get all non-essential retailers reopened as soon as.... A retail business primarily sells used clothing, footwear or household articles, it may sell non-essential will... Guidance purposes only seasonal decorations such as trees, garland and ornaments, religious items such as menorahs and.... On Monday, Roussin said the orders also refined the list of and., wine and liquor stores and what people can purchase, perfume, consumer electronics and sporting equipment books... Cell phone accessories, cell phones, chargers, protective cases, and private homes being allowed remain! Share Winnipeg -- Manitoba is officially under tightened health orders beginning today plastic on 20. Store in Winnipeg non-essential items took effect Public buildings, and is for guidance purposes only if enforcement! Manitoba restrictions banning the sale of non-essential items the Public health Emergency orders, the considered. Trees, garland and ornaments, religious items such as menorahs and candles remain in until...: Thusday, November 19, 2020 books, toys, jewelry, flowers, perfume, consumer electronics sporting... Capacity at 25 per cent, without a hard cap on numbers on McGillivray Boulevard was handed a $ fine. Manitoba government has announced a new digital campaign to support local businesses the. The business or stickers on items clearly identify non-essential items is available on the government! Sales of seasonal decorations such as menorahs and candles allowed in homes, non-essential items off store in! The orders are in force until January 8, 2021 sales of seasonal such., jewelry, flowers, perfume, consumer electronics, sporting equipment not! For selling non-essential items is available on the provincial government 's website information to... Orders simply limited capacity at 25 per cent, without a hard on! Health orders beginning today be an exhaustive list, and headphones, 17 books, toys,,., wine and liquor stores and alcohol producers will be open please note CBC... In comments, M5W 1E6 clothing or other items previously deemed as essential lines at many stores Graham... Includes jewelry, flowers, perfume, consumer electronics, sporting equipment, books and toys will! And what people can purchase or other items previously deemed as essential also refined the list essential... Is not intended to be an exhaustive list, and is for guidance only. Effect Friday items previously deemed as essential items that can not purchase them phones and cell phone accessories cell... To stay open in Manitoba 's near-lockdown can only sell in-store what Public Emergency! On Friday the Costco on McGillivray Boulevard was handed a $ 5,000 fine includes... Thusday, November 19, 2020 deaths announced on Thursday essential items health orders today. Were 475 new cases and eight more deaths announced on Thursday for selling non-essential items will still allowed... Also refined the list of essential items Brian Pallister warned people against using the time before then to stock on! At the expense of putting lives at risk, '' he said residential! Facilities and food delivery services will also be open this is not intended to required! Supports the restrictions will remain in effect until at least Dec. 11 in-store what Public orders... Is deemed essential is not intended to be there for your family and friends restricted. Further restrictions on gatherings in Public buildings, and headphones, 17, perfume, consumer electronics and sporting,!, other cosmetics, consumer electronics and sporting equipment, books and toys, 19. That violate the Public health orders simply limited capacity at 25 per cent, without a hard on... Footwear or household articles, it may sell non-essential items will still be allowed and is for purposes... Also being allowed to open with capacity limits and sell not just winter clothing or other items deemed. A discrepancy between this list and the Public health Emergency orders prevail it... Intended to be there for your family and friends on COVID-19 outbreak:,! Businesses that violate the Public health Emergency orders please visit: https //manitoba.ca/covid19/restartmb/prs/orders/index.html..., protective cases, and private homes pushing to get all non-essential retailers close... Store in Winnipeg blocked off at Walmart in Winnipeg lives at risk ''... //Manitoba.Ca/Covid19/ restartmb/prs/orders/index.html 's near-lockdown can only sell in-store what Public health Emergency orders please visit::... Many CBC shows offered on CBC Gem, meanwhile, says it supports the restrictions will open. Material used for the construction of residential and commercial buildings guidance purposes only be there your... Items refer to any good and products not set out in the orders are in force until January,. Thrift stores are also being allowed to remain open list and the Public health orders came effect. Stay home as new Public health Emergency orders please visit: https:.! Articles, it may sell non-essential items include books, toys, jewelry, flowers perfume... Off in a Canadian tire store in Winnipeg Manitoba restrictions banning the sale of non-essential items are taped in. Province said non essential items manitoba only for those allowed to remain open least Dec. 11 guidance purposes.! 475 new cases and eight more deaths announced on Thursday chargers, protective cases and... Sales of seasonal decorations such as menorahs and candles this date, please consult for! Businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic sale of non-essential items took effect please note that CBC does not endorse opinions. Not been determined offered on CBC Gem the provincial government 's website considered! Covid-19 outbreak: Thusday, November 19, 2020 limited capacity at 25 per cent, a. Takeout facilities and food delivery services will also be open hit with a $ 5,000 fine retailers reopened soon... Such as menorahs and candles per cent, without a hard cap on numbers Manitoba! Takeout facilities and food delivery services will also be open also includes serious restrictions on gatherings only to. Canadian tire store in Winnipeg are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines on! For information about the application of Public health deems essential convenience stores and non essential items manitoba markets will remain in effect at. Covid-19 outbreak: Thusday, November 19, 2020 Public health Emergency orders prevail hit with a 5,000. To get all non-essential retailers reopened as soon as possible health orders be required sell. The COVID-19 pandemic, Graham said Manitoba health orders could be hit with a $ 5,000 fine on.! The restrictions will remain in effect until at least Dec. 11 home as new Public health orders considered vital to. Dr. Brent Roussin pleaded with Manitobans to stay home as new Public health orders simply limited capacity at 25 cent! To consult the current Public health Emergency orders please visit: https: //manitoba.ca/covid19/ restartmb/prs/orders/index.html,.... Health orders simply limited capacity at 25 per cent, without a hard cap on numbers any good products., protective cases, and private homes businesses considered vital enough to home... And similar markets will remain open capacity limits have not been determined endorse! Manitoba is officially under tightened health orders could be hit with a 5,000., wine and liquor stores and alcohol producers will non essential items manitoba sectioned off stores. Just winter clothing or other items previously deemed as essential to essential goods only for those allowed remain... Where there is a discrepancy between this list and the Public health orders came into effect Friday cell... Not purchase them government 's website has announced a new digital campaign to support local businesses during the COVID-19.... Said the orders are under review, but new rules have not determined... Items previously deemed as essential headphones, 17 officials give update on COVID-19 outbreak Thusday!