Brampton announces new COVID-19 safety measures for City facilities

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Published December 21, 2021 at 9:37 am

As a result of the Province implementing additional restrictions to curb the spread of the Omicron variant, the City of Brampton is adhering to new safety measures.

While City Hall remains open for in-person services, it is by appointment only—walk-ins are not permitted.

However, most City facilities, including City Hall, will be closed from December 24 until January 4.

Additionally, performance and entertainment venues, including The Rose Brampton and movie theatres, have reduced capacity to 50 per cent, and masks must be worn at all times—neither food nor drink will be sold nor consumed during performances.

Capacity restrictions have been reduced to 50 per cent for recreation and fitness centres, and proof of vaccination must be provided prior to entry.

Further, as of January 3, in order to access community centres, residents must complete an online screening and contact tracing form prior to arriving at the facility.

As well, as of January 4, only the enhanced vaccine certificate with QR code and the Verify Ontario app will be accepted as a valid form of proof of vaccination.

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