The province has released new survey feedback Manitoba’s Restoring Safe Services plan in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, just as overview results on its school restart plan for September.
The main five regions of the survey on Phase 3 included education and the post-secondary sector, health care, public service, child care and the recreation, culture and tourism sector.
The feedback for reopening demonstrated 67 percent of the more than 5,000 respondents somewhat or definitely agreed increasing public gathering sizes should be a priority.
In regard to travel restrictions being eased to allow people from western Canada to enter the province without self-isolating for 14 days, 34 percent said they unquestionably can’t help contradicting the arrangement while 33 percent said the certainly concur.
As well, 62 per cent somewhat or definitely agreed restrictions should be eased to allow inter-provincial travel from areas such as Saskatchewan and northwestern Ontario.
The survey on the school re-entry plan saw roughly 7-thousand student submissions and just over 30-thousand parent submissions.
Among those surveyed, 84 per cent of students said they were doing OK or very well in adjusting to physical distancing measures and 75 per cent of parents said they are somewhat or very comfortable with the possibility of sending kids back to in-class learning in September.
News source: Global News