Alberta to ease COVID-19 restrictions on gyms, restaurants, school sports

Alberta to ease COVID-19 restrictions on gyms, restaurants, school sports

Kenney said it's regrettable to see recent reports of some people and businesses thumbing their noses at the current health restrictions.

"The more we see our numbers go down, the clearer our path forward becomes", Kenney said, adding hospitalization levels will be reevaluated three weeks after each step is reached. The positivity rate dropped further to 3.9%.

Only one-on-one training is permitted for indoor fitness activities (e.g. fitness in dance studios, training figure skating on ice, one-on-one lessons).

"It's unacceptable for an elected official to spread conspiracy theories and lies, especially when there are fears that the new, highly contagious COVID-19 variant strains will spread in our community".

Seven more people died of the virus since the province's last update, for which Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw expressed her condolences.

Each trainer and client stays three metres away from all other trainers and clients at all times, including in entryways and exits. Liquor service is to end at 10 p.m.

School-related children's sports and activities will be allowed to use off-site facilities. The business is required to collect the personal contact information of at least one member of the dining party, as part of the reopening. The first businesses to benefit are restaurants and gyms.

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Gym owners have also grown frustrated with restrictions preventing them from opening.

While sharing his frustration over other countries like the United States, Israel and the United Kingdom, who have received significantly larger quantities of vaccine, Kenney said the province's ability to vaccinate Albertans is limited by the number of vaccine doses they have on hand.

"It's up to each one of us to maintain our vigilance".

Kenney said he is anxious about more contagious COVID-19 variants.

"That was the aim with reopening in May and I think people hoped we could manage it".

Hinshaw said there is now no evidence of spread within the broader community of the variants.

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