Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown, GTHA Mayors and Chairs, support end of capacity limits for gyms, restaurants


Published October 25, 2021 at 2:55 pm

Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown, and Mayors of cities across the GTHA have voiced their support for continued reopening.

During their weekly meeting, the Mayors and Chairs from the 11 largest municipal governments across the GTHA discussed the Province’s recent decision to remove capacity limits for certain, indoor settings that require proof of vaccination.

As of Monday (October 25), restaurants, gyms, casinos and other indoor settings where proof of vaccination is required have been permitted to return to full capacity for the first time in over one year.

Also on Monday, Brown shared a statement from the GTHA Mayors and Chairs, which supported the Province’s decision to remove capacity limits.

“The Mayors and Chairs support the Province’s move effective today to lift capacity limits in restaurants and gyms, and the further reopening plan outlined last week.”

As part of the Province’s plan, provided there is no surge in hospitalizations associated with the virus, all remaining restrictions in Ontario could end as early as March 28, 2022.

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