We’ve done this before, the Province has issued another ‘Stay-At-Home’ order. Although we’re all exhausted, we must reduce our movement to stop the spread of COVID-19. Just in case you’re still confused as to what’s open and closed and what you can and cannot do- here are the details!
People allowed to leave their homes only for essential purposes:
- • going to the grocery store or pharmacy
- • accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated)
- • exercise close to home and with the people you live with
- work that cannot be done remotely
- • can only operate for curbside pick-up and
- delivery between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
- • delivery of goods to patrons permitted
- between 6:00 am and 9:00 pm
- • Restricting access to shopping malls to limited specified purposes
- including access for curbside pick-up and delivery, via appointment, with one single designated location inside the mall, and any number of designated locations outside the shopping mall
BIG BOX STORES:
Restricting discount and big box stores in-person retail sales to
- • groceries
- • household cleaning supplies
- pharmacy items (pharmaceutical, health care, and personal care items, and pet care supplies)
- • Permitting the following stores BELOW to operate for in-person retail by appointment only
- • Store below also only allowed 25 percent capacity limit
- Restricting allowable hours of operation to 7 a.m. and 8 p.m
Permitting outdoor garden centres and plant nurseries, and indoor greenhouses that engage in sales to the public, to operate with a 25 percent capacity limit and a restriction on hours of operation
Schools and child care will remain open for in-person care in public health regions where it is permitted
Province clarifies outdoor activities, including golf, fields, basketball courts, will remain open to the public. Use of clubhouses, indoor facilities, change rooms NOT allowed.