Ontario Raises COVID Capacity Limits at Restaurants, Gyms and Casinos | The Canadian News

TORONTO – Ontario is raising capacity limits at restaurants, gyms, casinos, and some other places where proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required.

If museums and galleries, places of worship, and personal care settings choose to require proof of vaccination, they can also lift capacity limits starting today.

Prime Minister Doug Ford announced the development on Friday when he unveiled plans to handle the pandemic in the long term.

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Ontario government lifts COVID capacity limits for bars, restaurants and gyms starting Monday

The province aims to remove all public health measures aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 by the end of March, including mask mandates.

The proof of vaccination requirements will begin to be phased out early next year _ as long as the trends don’t become worrisome _ starting with restaurants, bars, gyms and casinos in January.

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Ford describes its approach to loosening restrictions as “super cautious.”

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