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Restaurants, gyms, and casinos are the main targets of a proposed pandemic restriction law designed to help control the spread of COVID-19 in Edmonton.
Recommended actions, presented at a special city council meeting on Tuesday morning, include ending personal dining, closing fitness centers, closing casinos and other restrictions on religious gatherings. This includes the closure of the city’s recreation centers.
The statute has yet to be formally drawn up and voted on by councilors to become law.
City councils passed a motion to discuss the statutes at a special council meeting scheduled for Thursday afternoon.
On Monday, Iveson said some hospitality businesses have asked for mandatory closings to gain access to federal aid.
The premiere is for Dr. . Deena Hinshaw at 4:00 p.m.. m. Additional health restrictions in the province will be announced for the daily COVID-19 update.
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson said any municipal public health restrictions would be introduced as a « last resort » and that the city would prefer the province to impose such restrictions.
According to the latest infection rate data presented to city councils on Tuesday, roughly 1 in 137 people (728 per 100. 000) in the Edmonton Health Zone COVID-19.
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