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Masks must be worn in all indoor public spaces. Masks are mandatory in the common areas of condominium and apartment buildings.
You also need to wear a mask while on the O-Train, OC Transpo buses, taxis and private transportation vehicles. Full details can be found in the Temporary Mandatory Mask By-law. Outdoor gathering restrictions increased to 25 people.
People must maintain two metres from others and wear a mask when physical distancing becomes difficult. Effective April 3, the person responsible for a business or organization that is open is required to:. On outdoor patios, patrons must remain seated at their tables unless they are exiting the location, leaving to use the washroom facilities, ordering or paying for their food and beverage. Masks must be worn on the patio and waiting area until you are seated. Personal care services that do not require the removal of masks can reopen by appointment only — including barbers, hair and nail salons.
Update - Wednesday, June The minimum duration of this second step is 21 days. Positive trends in public-health and health-system indicators must be maintained. Outdoor gathering restriction will be increased to 25 Indoor social gatherings are permitted for up to five people.
Visit the Ontario government website for details on Step Two and the entire reopening plan at ontario. Face masks. Social gatherings. Indoor social gathering is now permitted for up to five people. Screening requirements. Effective April 3, the person responsible for a business or organization that is open is required to: post s at all entrances to the premises of the business or organization, in a conspicuous location visible to the public, that inform individuals how to screen themselves for COVID prior to entering the premises actively screening every person who works at the business or organization before they enter the premises of the business or organization.
Restaurants, bars, meeting and event spaces. Under Step two, indoor food and drink service is still not permitted. Permitted: Outdoor dining — with up to six people per table Take out Delivery Drive-throughs On outdoor patios, patrons must remain seated at their tables unless they are exiting the location, leaving to use the washroom facilities, ordering or paying for their food and beverage.
Parks and sports fields. Sports, exercise classes and gyms. Under Step Two, indoor gyms, recreation and fitness centres remain closed Outdoor sporting activities: Team and league outdoor sports are now permitted, while following current restrictions and public-health measures.
Sports play and practice must be non-contact or modified to avoid contact. Outdoor personal training and fitness classes are permitted. Class capacity will be limited to the of people who can maintain physical distancing of 3 metres. Religious services, weddings and funerals.
Indoor religious services, rites and ceremonies including weddings and funerals at 25 per cent capacity of the room Outdoor capacity will be based on the ability for people to maintain proper two-metre physical distancing.
Essential retailers — such as grocery stores, convenient stores, wine and liquor stores, pharmacies and safety supply stores — can increase capacity to 50 per cent Essential retailers — like discount and big box stores — can also increase capacity to 50 per cent Non-essential retailers can increase capacity to 25 per cent Malls are permitted to open. Personal care services. Capacity limit at these salons and shops are restricted to 25 per cent. Cinemas cannot reopen in Step Two. Permitted Drive-ins Outdoor cinema viewings with audience capacity and other restrictions.
Performing arts facilities. Under Step Two, indoor performing arts facilities are not permitted to open. Outdoor performances — including live music — are permitted with audience capacity and other restrictions. Casinos, bingo halls and gaming establishments. Casino and bingo halls cannot reopen in Step Two. Other activities and outdoor amenities. Other amenities, activities and business permitted to operate under Step two Outdoor zoos, landmarks, historic sites, and botanical gardens with capacity limits Campsites, campgrounds and short-term rentals Amusement and water parks at reduced capacity of 25 per cent.Can t wait to meet someone Ottawa it
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