Newsletter - June 11

 

CHEER ON!

Just because the Jets were eliminated doesn't mean there's no more opportunities to cheer on our favorite athletes! Swimming Canada has set up a page to cheer on your favorite swimmers for the Olympic Trials June 19-24 in Toronto.

 

Do you know that Manitoba will have three swimmers competing during the Olympic trials?

  • Megan James – MANTA

  • Danial Boguski – UMAN

  • Kelsey Wog – UMAN

 

So, cheer on our swimmers! This past year wasn’t easy for anyone, so let’s celebrate this good news that we hope will be the beginning of a return to a more normal life next season.

  • Select a swimmer

  • Send them a message

  • Submit your CHEER

  • And share on social

 

Cheer now!

 

Also, by recording a cheer for one of the participating athletes, in the Cheer On campaign, you will be entered for a chance to win 1 of 4 special limited edition 2020 Trials t-shirts!

 

Manitoba Health Orders – June 12

A new set of public health orders start on Saturday, June 12 at 12:01 a.m. and they include provisions for outdoor gatherings with up to five people in public spaces and on private property.

As per order 15(2) “Persons may engage in any type of outdoor sporting or recreational activity but they must not engage in an activity as part of a group of more than five persons.

To view the full public health orders, visit the Government of Manitoba website:

https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/prs/orders/index.html

 

REMINDERS

REMINDER: Swim Natation Manitoba AGM

Swim Natation Manitoba will host our AGM virtually on Wednesday, June 23 at 7:00 pm CST.

 

All details and documents can be found on our website: https://www.swimmanitoba.mb.ca/agm

REMINDER: 2021-2022 Swim Manitoba Scholarships

Last chance to send your application for the 2021-2022 Swim Manitoba Scholarship. The application deadline is June 15, 2021 at 4 p.m. CST.

Access the application forms: https://www.swimmanitoba.mb.ca/scholarships

 

MANITOBA 4-3-2-ONE GREAT SUMMER' REOPENING PATH

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The Manitoba government has launched its safe summer reopening path with more openings and fewer restrictions for Manitobans beginning by Canada Day.

The 4-3-2-One Great Summer Reopening Path sets out a clear path for more openings and fewer restrictions as vaccination levels rise over the course of the summer. It focuses on the four reopening categories, three summer holiday milestones for phasing out COVID-19 restrictions, and the two public health responsibilities Manitobans must continue to follow to ensure the province can reopen and stay open.

These include:

• four reopening categories – gathering and socializing, travel and tourism, shopping and services, and dining out and entertainment;

• three holiday milestones – Canada Day, August Long Weekend, and Labour Day; and

• two public health responsibilities – getting vaccinated and following public health orders that lower the risk of COVID-19.

 

Each holiday milestone for reopening will have a one-dose and two-dose immunization goal to guide progress in keeping Manitobans safe.

The immunization targets are:

• over 70 per cent of all Manitobans aged 12 and over have received their first dose and over 25 per have received their second dose by Canada Day;

• 75 per cent or greater of all Manitobans aged 12 and over have received their first dose and over 50 per have received their second dose by the August long weekend; and

• 80 per cent or greater of all Manitobans aged 12 and over have received their first dose and over 75 per have received their second dose by Labour Day.

 

Reopening activity levels will be tied to the first and second dose immunization targets including:

• meeting vaccine targets by Canada Day means businesses, services and facilities can open at

25 per cent capacity or greater levels;

• meeting vaccine targets by the August long weekend means businesses, services and facilities can open at 50 per cent capacity or greater levels; and

• meeting vaccine targets by Labour Day means businesses, services and facilities can open with limited restrictions.

 

The plan doesn’t specify exactly which businesses, services, and facilities will be allowed to open as targets are hit, something Dr. Roussin said was done intentionally to allow for “flexibility” in the plan.

 

Visit the Manitoba 4-3-2-One Great Summer Reopening Path web page: LINK

Consult the abbreviated PDF version: LINK

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