No limit to people who may attend:
- indoor or outdoor gatherings at private residences;
- gyms and fitness centres;
- personal services such as hair and nail salons;
- day camps;
- retail, markets, garden centres and malls;
- restaurants, bars and food courts (no immunization requirement);
- casinos and bingo halls (limited to fully vaccinated people);
- professional sports/performing arts events (limited to fully vaccinated people);
- horse and auto racing (limited to fully vaccinated people).
Masks are no longer required but are strongly recommended in indoor public settings for everyone who is not fully immunized, including children under 12.
Unvaccinated people who are close contacts with a COVID-19 case are required to complete a 14-day self-isolation. People who are both fully vaccinated and asymptomatic are exempt from quarantine.
Gatherings and events:
Capacity at private events such as weddings, funerals, banquests, receptions and self-help group are limited to 50 people or 50 per cent capacity, whichever is larger.
Dance floors remain closed and activities that encourage close gathering and mingling are not recommended.
Indoor community, cultural and religious gatherings are limited to 150 people or 50 per cent capacity, whichever is larger.
Outdoor community, cultural and religious gatherings are limited to 1,500 people or 50 per cent capacity of the place, whichever is lesser.
Events with more than 1,500 fully immunized participants maybe be permitted with a plan approved by the public health office.
In most cases, unvaccinated children under 12 may attend if accompanied by fully vaccinated household members.
No limit on participants, including games, practices, competitions/tournaments, day camps, rehearsals and recitals. Spectator capacity limited to 50 per cent, including other teams who are not active on the field at play. This applies to both indoor and outdoor venues. Larger capacity events may be permitted with a plan approved by public health.
Permitted with camper cohorts limited to 15 participants, which no activities or mingling between cohorts and a plan approved by public health.