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November 24, 2020
Alberta-wide and "Enhanced" (purple zone) restrictions apply to the Kneehill County region for the next 3 weeks.
Effective Nov. 27, new restrictions apply to businesses in all communities on the enhanced list (purple areas), including restrictions on in-person services, capacity limits and masking requirements. Find out if your business is affected.
If your business is open, you must continue following all current general and sector-specific public health guidance.
Alberta Biz Connect offers workplace guidance and supports to help businesses and non-profits affected by COVID-19 begin to reopen and resume operations safely.
Guidance for Businesses
Unless otherwise restricted by enhanced public health measures, businesses on the non-restricted services and permitted to operate lists can provide services at locations accessible to the public.
All businesses must follow general and sector-specific guidance and have enhanced infection prevention and controls in place.ContactFor questions about the relaunch plan for businesses, email: BizConnect@gov.ab.ca
The plan to move forward requires careful monitoring and respecting all guidelines outlined by the chief medical officer of health.
As public health measures are relaxed, we will evaluate and adjust course as needed. An outbreak may result in enhanced health measures being implemented in a local area. Decisions will be applied at both provincial and local levels.
Enhanced infection prevention and control measures, including physical distancing requirements of at least 2 metres, will remain in place throughout all stages.
To be successful during the economic relaunch, businesses should continue acting responsibly by following public health and physical distancing measures and using good hygiene and disinfecting practices.
Visit https://www.alberta.ca/biz-connect.aspx for more information.