Manitoba First Nations Police Service announced this week that the organization's headquarters and detachments will soon be reopening to the public.

Although screening measures will be in place, MFNPS detachments will be opening its doors for the public July 2.

All staff have been directed to screen the public for possible COVID-19 and anyone looking to enter any of the facilities will be asked the following questions prior to being admitted inside.

- Have you had close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days?

- Do you or anyone in the household or organization have any influenza-like symptoms, such as a fever, cough, sore throat, hoarse voice, runny nose, shortness of breath,weakness, or headache.

Anyone that answers yes to the aforementioned questions will not be permitted in the premises and will be asked to return in 14 days. If the above questions are answered no, then a site visit can be conducted with social distancing measures, cough and hand etiquette in place.

Should there be a request for a vulnerable sector criminal record check, all staff and visitors will wear masks, where there is minimal proximity to social distance.

All public are requested to wear masks during their visit.