Ontario removing capacity limits on public venues

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Cinemas, theatres, spectator sports venues and several other spaces in Ontario where proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required can open at full capacity this weekend.

The government said Friday the decision was based on high vaccination levels, stable public health indicators and the vaccine certificate requirements that took effect last month.

 

Jinentonix

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And yet restaurants are still having their capacity limited, even on their patios.

Paying attention yet?

Meanwhile Freeland insisted we listen to health officials and limit travel to essential purposes. Huh, who knew Groper flying to Tofino with his family was "essential" travel". Meanwhile Freeland was talking from D.C. What the fuck is she doing in D.C. that's so essential it can't be done by phone or video conferencing?

Think about it. Our employees, and yes that's what politicians are, are telling us what do to while doing whatever the fuck they want. Do as we say, not as we do.
And Groper has announced that not all civil servants will be force vaccinated. I can only assume it's because those in the relevant sectors don't deal directly with the public in person and have no social life outside of work? I fail to see why someone working at an Amazon warehouse in Canada has to be vaccinated or else, but people working in the CRA processing centers don't have to be vaccinated to keep their jobs.

Are you paying attention yet??
 

Ron in Regina

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Ontario removing capacity limits on public venues? Good on them!! Saskatchewan did the same a few months ago when the numbers were low and we had 70% of the population being vaccinated.​

 
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The hard work is paying off. Looking forward to removing those vax passes 😃

Ford to speak this Friday on plans to move Ontario out of Step 3

TORONTO -- Ontario’s proof of vaccination requirements could eventually be downgraded to a voluntary program, as the provincial government considers a new set of measures to ease businesses out of pandemic restrictions.

Sources with knowledge of the plan say the Ford government is working on a post-Step three strategy that will lift capacity limits on businesses where vaccine certificates are required — a plan that will be announced next week.