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    Will all restrictions be removed for businesses, etc.?

    3 months ago

    Public health measures will be phased out in 3 steps, beginning with lower-risk activities.

     Alberta is currently in step two, which included the end of limits on social gatherings, capacity limits for large venues, remaining school requirements, screening of youth for activities, the mandatory work-from-home order and public masking requirements except in high-risk settings. 

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    Is masking still required in certain settings?

    3 months ago

    Under step two, masking requirements in high-risk settings will continue, including at AHS facilities, continuing care centres and on public transit.

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    Is an individual required to isolate?

    3 months ago

    Isolation remains mandatory for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms or a positive test result. These public health protections will remain in place until step three, which will occur at a later date provided hospitalizations continue to decline.

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    Can a business still legally require employees and/or patrons to follow some restrictions?

    3 months ago

    If a business wishes to continue with certain restrictions (rapid testing, masking, etc.), they should consult with legal counsel.