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New public health measures are now recommended to limit the time Albertans spend in large crowds and crowded spaces. Effective today March 18, 2020:
Mass gatherings are now limited to no more than 50 attendees.
This includes: conferences, worship gatherings and family events such as weddings and funerals. This does not include: grocery stores, shopping centres, health care facilities, airports, the legislature and other essential services.
Albertans are prohibited from attending public recreation facilities and private entertainment facilities.
This includes gyms, swimming pools, arenas, science centres, museums, art galleries, libraries, community centres, children’s play centres, casinos, racing entertainment centres and bingo halls.
Albertans are prohibited from attending bars and nightclubs, where minors are prohibited by law.
Sit-down restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, food courts and other food-serving facilities, including those with minors-allowed liquor license, are limited to 50% capacity to a maximum of 50 people. Take-out, delivery or drive-through service is permitted. Licensed facilities are permitted to deliver liquor.
At this time, not-for-profit community kitchens, soup kitchens and religious kitchens are exempt, but sanitation practices are expected to be in place and support will be in place for this practice.