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Ontario Government Lifting Capacity Limits on Businesses, Social Gatherings Early

Starting today, there will be no capacity restrictions on restaurants, gyms, and cinemas that must screen patrons for vaccination against COVID-19.

As COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to drop in the province, the Ontario Government is lifting all most indoor capacity limits, signalling a gradual return to “normal.”

Restaurants, gyms, and movie theatres that are currently required to implement the government’s vaccine passport system will no longer have capacity restrictions.

In addition, most other indoor spaces that use the vaccine passport system have had their capacity limits removed. Sports arenas and theatres will increase to a maximum capacity of 50 percent.

Indoor social gatherings and public events can now have a maximum capacity of 50 people. Settings considered to be higher risk, such as nightclubs and sex clubs, will be allowed to operate at 25 percent capacity.

Outdoor social events can host up to 100 people, and organized outdoor events of any kind have no limit on the number of attendees.

The Ontario Government has indicated that all capacity limits will be lifted on March 1 as long as COVID-19 related hospitalizations continue to decline.

Masking will continue to be required in most indoor settings.

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