Provincial Covid Restrictions Update November 24th

Provincial Covid Restrictions Update November 24th

Nova Scotians are being asked to avoid non-essential travel:
  •  in and out of western and central HRM (HRM is defined from Hubbards to, and including, Porters Lake and the communities up to Elmsdale, Enfield, and Mount Uniacke in Hants County) Please see https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/ for boundaries.
  • to other Atlantic provinces
The following will apply to the parts of western and central HRM, including Enfield and Elmsdale:
  • the gathering limit in public is five (or up to the number of members of an immediate family in a household)
  • mandatory masking now applies to common areas of multi-unit residential buildings, such as apartment buildings and condos
  • restaurants and licenced establishments are closed for in-person dining but may provide take-out or delivery
  • retail stores must restrict shoppers and staff to 25% or less of allowable capacity
  • wineries, distilleries and breweries cannot hold tastings or in-person dining and must follow retail rules in their stores (delivery and curbside pickup allowed)
  • organized sports, recreational, athletic, arts and cultural activities, faith-based activities are paused
  • profit and non-profit fitness and recreational facilities closed
  • libraries and museums are closed, including the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
  • the casino and First Nations gaming establishments are closed
  • stronger enforcement of illegal gatherings, including ticketing of all attendees (total fine of $1,000)
  • Schools, after-school programs and childcare will remain open while certain personal services businesses such as hairstylists, estheticians and nail salons in western and central HRM can continue except procedures that cannot be done while a patron is masked.
The following new restrictions apply across the province:
  • to protect our most vulnerable, there will be no visitors except volunteers and designated caregivers to long-term care facilities and Adult Residential Centres and Regional Rehabilitation Centres licensed by the Department of Community Services
  • sports teams are restricted to local or regional play only
  • no extracurricular activities between schools
  • To further protect our most vulnerable, staff, volunteers and designated caregivers at long-term facilities in HRM will undergo voluntary, bi-weekly testing. Testing will be phased-in starting Nov. 27.
The state of emergency has been extended to Nov. 29

Please visit New Restrictions to Reduce Spread of COVID-19 – Government of Nova Scotia, Canada for further information.
Additional Resources:
Government of Canada: https://canada.ca/coronavirus

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