Thursday, October 22

apartment building

apartment building, condo building, coroanavirus, COVID-19, Face Coverings, Local, private property

Tory hints at bylaw after urging apartments, condos to adopt mask policy – The Canadian News

The city of Toronto is asking apartment and condo buildings to adopt a mask policy for common areas to try and contain the spread of COVID-19. Mayor John Tory said the recommendation to wear a face covering includes residents, guests, property management and maintenance workers who enter or remain in the common areas of an apartment or condo such as lobbies, laundry rooms and elevators. There is already a bylaw requiring people to wear a face covering in all indoor public spaces in the city as well as on the TTC. Tory said while the legislative options are somewhat limited when it comes to private property, he will not hesitate to push forward with some sort measure to make face coverings mandatory in these spaces. “Given the fact that we showed no hesitation after careful...