Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

Here is a list of latest COVID-19 restrictions in effect in Alberta

New mandatory health restrictions are now in effect in Alberta.

Additional restrictions apply to communities with high case rates – more than 50 cases per 100,000 people and 30+ active cases. This includes Red Deer.

New high case area restrictions:

– Outdoor gatherings limited to 5 people (no more than 2 household cohorts is encouraged)

– Outdoor fitness, recreation and performance activities are prohibited, except with household members or 2 close contacts if you live alone

– Funeral services limited to 10 people (receptions remain prohibited)

– Places of worship limited to 15 people

– Personal and wellness services must close

– Retail stores limited to 10% of fire code capacity or 5 customers

– Any workplace with transmission of 3 or more cases must close for 10 days (work camps, essential and critical services are exempt)

New provincewide restrictions:

– Restaurants, pubs and cafes open for takeout or delivery only

– K to 12 schools shift to online learning until May 25

– All post-secondary learning shift to online learning

– All indoor fitness facilities must close, including for 1-on-1 training

– Indoor sport, recreation and performance activity is prohibited

Other restrictions to remain in place:

– No indoor social gatherings

– Health, social, and professional services open by appointment only

– Working from home is mandatory unless the employer requires the employee’s physical presence to operate effectively

– Masks are required indoors in all worksites unless they are at a work station that is distanced from others