COVID-19: Age 12+ Require Vaccine Test to Use London Indoor Recreation – London | The Canadian News

Starting Sunday October 31st, proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required for anyone 12 years of age or older entering London sports or recreational facilities.

This includes participating, training, officiating, or watching organized sports.

The City of London says children under 12 are not required to show proof of vaccination.

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Individuals entering an indoor area in the city’s indoor community centers, stadiums, and aquatic facilities are exempt from showing proof of vaccination for the following purposes:

  • use a bathroom
  • to access an outdoor area that can only be accessed via an indoor route
  • to make a retail purchase
  • when placing or collecting an order
  • while paying for an order
  • to buy the ticket

Users who provide written documentation, completed and provided by a doctor or registered nurse, indicating that the person is exempt for a medical reason from being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will also be exempt.

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Fully vaccinated visitors will need a vaccination receipt along with identification to access City programs and facilities.

All provincial guidelines and regulations of the Middlesex-London Health Unit, including mask requirements, compliance with capacity limits and physical distancing, remain in effect when accessing city programs, services and facilities.

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