General public health measures (gatherings, workplace requirements and face coverings)

  • Limit for events and social gatherings (for example, barbeques):

    • 10 people indoors

    • 25 people outdoors

  • Limit for organized public events and gatherings:

    • 50 people indoors

    • 100 people outdoors

  • Limit for religious services, weddings and funerals:

    • 30% capacity indoors

    • 100 people outdoors

  • Requirement for workplace screening

  • Face coverings required in:

  • Where patrons without face coverings are within two metres of workers, workers must use additional protections such as eye protection

  • Workplaces must develop and implement a communication/public education plan (highlighting risk)

  • Physical distancing must be maintained

  • Non-essential travel from areas of high-transmission to areas of low transmission should be avoided


Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments

  • Require patrons to be seated; 2 metre minimum between tables

  • Dancing, singing and performing music is permitted, with restrictions

  • Karaoke permitted, with restrictions (including no private rooms)

  • Require patron contact info (one per party)

  • No buffet style service

  • Night clubs only permitted to operate as restaurant or bar

  • Line-ups and patrons congregating outside venues managed by venue; 2 metres distance and face covering required

  • Face coverings except when eating or drinking only

  • Eye protection where patrons without face coverings are within 2 metres of workers

General public health measures (gatherings, workplace requirements and face coverings)

  • Events and social gatherings (for example, barbeques):

    • 10 people indoors

    • 25 people outdoors

  • Organized public events and gatherings:

    • 50 people indoors

    • 100 people outdoors

  • Religious services, weddings and funerals:

    • 30% capacity indoors

    • 100 people outdoors

  • Requirement for workplace screening

  • Face coverings required in:

  • Where patrons without face coverings are within two metres of workers, workers must use additional protections such as eye protection

  • Workplaces must develop and implement a communication/public education plan (highlighting risk)

  • Physical distancing must be maintained

  • Non-essential travel from areas of high-transmission to areas of low transmission should be avoided


Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments

  • Require patrons to be seated; 2 metre minimum between tables

  • Dancing, singing and performing music is permitted, with restrictions

  • Karaoke permitted, with restrictions (including no private rooms)

  • Require patron contact info (one per party)

  • No buffet style service

  • Night clubs only permitted to operate as restaurant or bar

  • Line-ups and patrons congregating outside venues managed by venue; 2 metres distance and face covering required

  • Face coverings except when eating or drinking only

  • Eye protection where patrons without face coverings are within 2 metres of workers

  • Limit operating hours, establishments must close at midnight

  • Liquor sold or served only between 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.

  • No consumption of liquor permitted between 12 a.m. to 9 a.m.

  • Require contact information for all seated patrons

  • Limit of 6 people may be seated together

  • Limit volume of music (to be no louder than the volume of a normal conversation)

  • A safety plan must be available upon request



General public health measures (gatherings, workplace requirements and face coverings)

  • Events and social gatherings (for example, barbeques):

    • 10 people indoors

    • 25 people outdoors

  • Organized public events and gatherings:

    • 50 people indoors

    • 100 people outdoors

  • Religious services, weddings and funerals:

    • 30% capacity indoors

    • 100 people outdoors

  • Requirement for workplace screening

  • Face coverings required in:

  • Where patrons without face coverings are within two metres of workers, workers must use additional protections such as eye protection

  • Workplaces must develop and implement a communication/public education plan (highlighting risk)

  • Physical distancing must be maintained

  • Non-essential travel from areas of high-transmission to areas of low transmission should be avoided


Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments

  • 50 person indoor seated capacity limit

  • Require patrons to be seated; 2 metre minimum between tables

  • Dancing, singing and performing music is permitted, with restrictions

  • Karaoke permitted, with restrictions (including no private rooms)

  • Require patron contact info (one per party)

  • No buffet style service

  • Night clubs only permitted to operate as restaurant or bar

  • Line-ups and patrons congregating outside venues managed by venue; 2 metres distance and face covering required

  • Face coverings except when eating or drinking only

  • Eye protection where patrons without face coverings are within 2 metres of workers

  • Limit operating hours, establishments close at 10 p.m.

  • Liquor sold or served only between 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

  • No consumption of liquor permitted between 10 p.m. to 9 a.m.

  • Require contact information for all seated patrons

  • Limit of 4 people may be seated together

  • Limit volume of music (to be no louder than the volume of a normal conversation)

  • Require screening of patrons (for example, questionnaire)

  • Closure of strip clubs

  • A safety plan must be available upon request



General public health measures (gatherings, workplace requirements and face coverings)

  • Gathering limit for all organized public events and social gatherings:

    • 10 people indoors

    • 25 people outdoors

  • Religious services, weddings and funerals:

    • 30% capacity indoors

    • 100 people outdoors

  • Requirement for workplace screening

  • Face coverings required in:

  • Where patrons without face coverings are within two metres of workers, workers must use additional protections such as eye protection

  • Workplaces must develop and implement a communication/public education plan (highlighting risk)

  • Physical distancing must be maintained

  • Non-essential travel from areas of high-transmission to areas of low transmission should be avoided


Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments


  • Maximum number of patrons permitted to be seated indoors is 10

  • Require patrons to be seated; 2 metre minimum between tables

  • Outdoor dining, take out, drive through, and delivery permitted

  • Dancing, singing and the live performance of brass or wind instruments are prohibited

  • Require patron contact info (one per party)

  • No buffet style service

  • Night clubs only permitted to operate as restaurant or bar

  • Line-ups and patrons congregating outside venues managed by venue; 2 metres distance and face covering required

  • Face coverings except when eating or drinking only

  • Eye protection where patrons without face coverings are within 2 metres of workers

  • Limit operating hours, establishments close at 10 p.m.

  • Liquor sold or served only between 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

  • No consumption of liquor permitted between 10 p.m. to 9 a.m.

  • Require contact information for all seated patrons

  • Limit of 4 people may be seated together

  • Limit volume of music (to be no louder than the volume of a normal conversation)

  • Require screening of patrons (for example, questionnaire)

  • Closure of strip clubs

  • A safety plan must be available upon request



  • Widescale measures and restrictions, including closures

  • Consider a declaration of emergency



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