HOW TO CHILL

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PLAN

What is there to plan you ask?

Well, the most important thing is whether you want to limit your party to guests in your social circle (Ont.)/social bubble (B.C.)/social cohort (Alberta) with no social distancing, or if you want to have a party with guests from outside your social circle/bubble/cohort with social distancing.

In Ontario remember that either way (inside or outside your circle), you still cannot party with more than 10 people - period. 

 

In B.C., you can party with people within your bubble with no social distancing, but if they are not within your bubble - the limit is 6 people and social distancing applies. 

 

In Alberta, you can party with people within your cohort with no social distancing but if they are not witin your cohort  - the limit is 15 people and social distancing applies.

 

Put another way, if you are partying with more than 10 people in Ontario (whether inside or outside your social circle), or if you are partying with more than 6 people in B.C., (and they are not part of your social bubble), or if you are partying with more tha 15 people in Alberta (and they are not part of your social cohort), you are not partying responsibly if you are not social distancing!

So if you stick to guests from your social circle/bubble/cohort, you will not have to plan for social distancing.   

 

If you have a party with guests from outside your social circle/bubble/cohort, you will need to plan for social distancing.

Social distancing, or no social distancing, it's your call.     

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