The provincial requirement to provide proof of vaccination to access certain indoor public settings took effect today.
Huron Perth Public Health Director and Incident Manager, Donna Taylor, thanks the community for continuing to work together to stop the spread of COVID-19 and its variants.
“During the pandemic, businesses and public settings in Huron-Perth have worked diligently to operate according to many public health measures in order to protect their staff and patrons against the spread of COVID-19 and its variants. We ask that patrons and community members be understanding and supportive of owners and staff at these specified settings as they work to implement this new provincial requirement.”
Taylor says HPPH will continue to support local businesses and public settings in accessing provincial guidance and resources as more information becomes available.
HPPH continues to offer vaccination clinics in locations across Huron Perth. Clinics are open to anyone turning 12 in 2021, and older. Walk-ins are accepted at all clinics.
Ontarians can print or download their vaccination receipt from the provincial booking portal at https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/
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