WINNIPEG — A curfew has been mulled about in Manitoba for the Winnipeg region and possibly the entire province by the provincial government for additional public health measures for COVID-19.
Premier Brian Pallister addressed that topic on Thursday afternoon and said at this time a curfew is not coming.
He said the province and Winnipeg are just a few days into their new health restrictions and Manitobans should have some time to adjust to those.
He also noted a curfew could have an adverse effect for many in the province.
This is a developing story. More details to come.
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