On Monday, February 8, some of Alberta's COVID-19 restrictions will be eased as per a four-step reopening plan. \nThe steps will be determined by hospitalization numbers and this first step required numbers to fall below 600. Since that first milestone's been reached, the province can make the adjustments detailed below. \nEditor's Choice: The Polar Vortex Is Spreading 'From Coast To Coast' With Temps As Low As -50 C This Week\n\n \n\n\n\n\n450\n\n\nThe hospitalization threshold for Step 2.\n\n\nStep 1 focuses on restaurants, gyms, and kids' sports and activities.\nAs of now, dine-in services are allowed at restaurants again. However, there is a maximum of six people allowed per table and they must be from the same household or be the two close contacts of someone who lives alone.\nLiquor services must end at 10 p.m. and in-person dining closes at 11 p.m.\nAs for gyms, the eased restrictions only pertain to one-on-one training. \n\nIf there are multiple sessions taking place in the same space, there must be three meters between each pair. While clients don't have to wear masks while exercising, trainers are required to. \nThere are no drop-ins and no interaction between clients or trainers is allowed.