Premier Brian Pallister says Phase Four's eased restrictions could be implemented as early as this weekend.

The Province released its plan for Phase Four Tuesday which includes increasing gathering sizes to 75 indoors and 250 outdoors with reasonable social distancing. Larger group sizes could be allowed where distinct groups of 75 or 250 can be reasonably separated.

Phase Four could also include increasing visitation at personal care homes, with residents able to designate two support people able to visit the resident in their room indoors. Outdoor visits would be allowed for up to four people per resident depending on available space.

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The province is also considering removing the 14 day self isolation travel restriction for domestic travel within Canada.

"Manitoba is one of the safest places in the world to go back to work and get back up on your feet," Premier Brian Pallister says. "We must maintain our vigilance while growing our way out of this pandemic. I encourage all Manitobans to have their say in our next steps of restarting our economy."

Manitobans are encouraged to fill out a survey and will also have the opportunity to participate in a telephone town hall tomorrow. Detailed information on the updates, including service restoration, measures the public can take to reduce their risk of COVID-19 exposure or spreading the virus, and workplace guidance for businesses, can be found online.