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NEW NEW. Manitoba lays out plan to vaccinate personal care home residents against COVID Now lottery offerings will have to suspend their in-person sale, as the government seeks to protect all residents.
Lottery products are now considered a non-essential business, meaning that it had to hit pause on its daily sales and operation.
The two gaming leaders in Manitoba made it clear that individuals interested in winning big via lottery gaming will no longer be able to purchase all kinds of lottery tickets in person.
The provincial government has issued its health recommendations and lottery gaming was among the businesses affected by the current state of affairs.
Lottery fans will also no longer be allowed to validate their winning lottery tickets at the retail locations. The terminals used for that were also suspended on Friday and they will remain switched off until further notice.
Individuals willing to purchase these gaming offerings and validate their tickets will get the chance to do so in some locations in northern Manitoba.
The two gaming corporations reminded that there are other gaming opportunities. Lottery fans should not lose hope if lottery gaming brings a special tingling in their heart, as there are alternative ways they can lay their hands on the coveted tickets.
WINNIPEG -- Some residents of northern Manitoba are heading to remote areas to buy lottery tickets, creating a potential COVID concern.
A ban on the in-person sale of non-essential items, which includes lottery tickets, exists for much of the province. Northern Manitoba, except for larger centres like Thompson, Flin Flon, and The Pas, is allowed to sell non-essential items like lottery tickets.
Ed Klimchuck, who lives in Cranberry Portage but travels throughout northern Manitoba for work, was surprised to find out he could buy lottery tickets on his way home.
Klimchuck later stopped for gas at the Opaskwayak Cree Nation Shell after hearing rumours that they could sell lottery tickets. Klimchuck said he tries to follow and adapt to all of the rules but worries people might travel to remote areas to buy tickets.
CTV News reached out to the We Ste General Store in Wanless. It said it hadn't seen a large uptick in lottery sales. The Opaskwayak Cree Nation Shell, however, said it is likely people from The Pas are buying tickets.
Onekanew Christian Sinclair, the elected leader of Opaskwayak Cree Nation, said he wasn't aware of this happening but noted the strict safety measures in place on the First Nation.
The community saw a surge in COVID cases earlier this fall and has only just declared an outbreak in its care home over.
Sinclair said the community is already looking at making its local bingo safer, with only one drive-thru or central location being able to sell cards.
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