Georgina to remove mandatory mask requirements at Town facilities

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The Town of Georgina will no longer require people entering Town facilities to wear a mask or face covering as of Monday, March 21. This is in line with the provincial measures announced March 9. The Town recognizes some people may still choose to wear a mask in public settings and encourages anyone who feels more comfortable wearing one to continue to do so.

Residents are encouraged to continue to conduct a self-health assessment for COVID-19 symptoms before entering any Town building. Anyone experiencing symptoms is asked to stay home until the symptoms have subsided.

Under the provincial regulations, masks will continue to be mandatory in high-risk settings including public transit, long-term care, health care settings and congregate care settings.

For anyone needing the COVID-19 vaccine or a booster shot, visit york.ca/covid19vaccine for a list of locations and times for clinics in York Region.

For the latest information, news and updates on COVID-19 in Georgina, visit georgina.ca/COVID-19

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