The government says it is making the changes based on high vaccination levels, stable public health indicators and requirements for vaccine certificates
TORONTO-Ontario allows cinemas, theaters, spectator sports venues and several other spaces where evidence of COVID-19 vaccination must be opened to full capacity.
The government says it is making the changes based on high vaccination levels, stable public health indicators and vaccine certificate requirements that went into effect last month.
Concert halls, meeting and event rooms, horse racing and racetracks are also among the places that are allowed to open for 100 percent capacity from kl. 12:01 Saturday.
The province says there have been a “limited number of outbreaks” in these neighborhoods and other public health measures will remain in place.
Outdoor settings, where normal maximum capacity is 20,000 people or more, can now open completely, but they must ask people to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Capacity limits remain applicable to all other settings.
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