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Meet in Canada

On July 19th, the Government of Canada announced that on August 9, fully vaccinated American citizens and permanent residents (currently residing in the US) will be able to travel to Canada for non-essential travel. On September 7, the same will be extended to fully-vaccinated nationals from other countries.  For the full announcement, please see the Government of Canada press release: https://lnkd.in/g2s-2W3  

This news, which is based on data and scientific evidence, is a positive and critical step for the recovery of Canadian tourism and business events sectors. We can’t wait to welcome back fully vaccinated delegates from around the world.    

  • For gathering restrictions by province click here 
  • For guidance for travellers coming from the US click here 
  • For guidance for travellers coming from outside of the US click here
  • For a full list of resources for meeting planners click here
  • For the Travel Wizard tool click here
  • For the latest information on travel to Canada, please visit the Government of Canada website: https://lnkd.in/eTFsCGG 
     
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Where Can I Meet?

Due to the evolving nature of the COVID-19 Pandemic, gathering restrictions vary by jurisdiction across Canada. The following map and chart gives up-to-date data information on local gathering guidelines. 

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Find out if you can travel to Canada

Global Affairs Canada has launched a tool, Travel Wizard, to help Canadian citizens and foreign nationals determine if they can travel to Canada by answering a few simple questions. Find out more here.

We're here to help during this challenging time. Gathering restrictions vary by jurisdiction across Canada. Use the table below to help guide your planning with information about the current restrictions in place, listed by province or territory. Make sure to check back regularly to ensure you have the most up-to-date information.

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Alberta

Calgary, Edmonton, Banff | Lake Louise, Jasper
Calgary, Edmonton, Banff | Lake Louise, Jasper
Current Phase/Stage

Proof of vaccination, a privately-paid-for negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours or a medical exemption will be required to access non-essential businesses and events that implement the Restrictions Exemption Program. Businesses that do not implement this program have additional restrictions.

For those who choose to provide proof of vaccination to access non-essential businesses and events: until October 25, anyone aged 12 and older must show proof of one dose taken at least 2 weeks earlier. As of October 26, anyone aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated with the second dose received at least 2 weeks earlier.

Masks are mandatory in all indoor public spaces and on public transit.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

Fully vaccinated people: Indoor private social gatherings are limited to 2 households to maximum 10 fully vaccinated people aged 12 and older. There are no restrictions on children under 12.

Unvaccinated people: Indoor social gatherings are not permitted for people aged 12 and older who are unvaccinated.

Outdoor private gatherings: Outdoor private social gatherings can have maximum 20 people with 2 metres physical distancing at all times.

Outdoor public gatherings: Events and facilities that are fully outdoors (excluding washrooms) have no capacity restrictions but people must maintain 2 metre physical distancing between households or 2 close contacts for those living alone.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are exempt from the Restrictions Exemption Program; however, attendees must be with household members only or 2 close contacts for those living alone. Amenities at accommodation establishments are limited to 33% maximum capacity

Restaurants and Dining

All licenced establishments, including restaurants, bars and nightclubs, that implement the Restrictions Exemption Program can resume regular operations; to access, people are required to show proof of vaccination, a privately-paid-for negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours or a medical exemption.

For establishments that do not implement the Restrictions Exemption Program, indoor dining is not permitted. Outdoor dining will be permitted for 1 household with up to 6 people per table or 2 close contacts for those living alone. Liquor sales must end at 10pm and consumption by 11pm.

British Columbia

Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, Whistler
Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, Whistler
Current Phase/Stage

BC is in Step 3 of its 4-step Restart Plan.

As of October 12, masks are mandatory throughout British Columbia in indoor public spaces for anyone aged 12 and older.

Eastern Fraser Health region (Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Hope and Mission): As of September 28, proof of full vaccination is required to access some events, services and businesses for anyone aged 12 and older.

Rest of province: Proof of vaccination is required to access some events, services and businesses. As of September 13, anyone aged 12 and older must be partially vaccinated (1 dose). As of October 24, anyone aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated.

Events, businesses and services will ask to see proof of vaccination and valid government ID.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

Northern Health region (except Kitimat, Terrace, Kitimat, Haida Gwaii, Prince Rupert, Stikine, Nisga’a, Telegraph Creek, Snow Country and Prince RupertNisga’a): As of October 15, people aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated to attend indoor and outdoor personal gatherings. Indoor personal gatherings can have 1 household plus maximum 5 people and outdoor personal gatherings can have 1 household plus maximum 25 people.

As of October 15, indoor and outdoor personal gatherings are restricted to fully vaccinated people only. Indoor personal gatherings may have maximum 5 people and outdoor personal gatherings may have maximum 25 people.

Proof of full vaccination for anyone people aged 12 and older is required to attend organized gatherings. Indoor organized gatherings can have maximum 50 people and outdoor organized gatherings can have maximum 100 people. Masks are mandatory and all organized events must have a safety plan in place.

Northern Health region (Terrace, Kitimat, Haida Gwaii, Prince Rupert, Stikine, Telegraph Creek, Snow Country and Nisga’a): Indoor personal gatherings can have maximum 5 guests or 1 additional household. Outdoor personal gatherings can have maximum 50 people.

A COVID-19 safety plan is required for all indoor and outdoor organized gatherings with more than 200 people.

Eastern Fraser Health region (Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Hope and Mission): As of September 28, indoor personal gatherings may have maximum 5 guests or 1 additional household unless all attendees aged 12 and older are fully vaccinated. Outdoor personal gatherings may have maximum 10 people unless all attendees aged 12 and older are fully vaccinated.

Organized gatherings and events are not permitted unless all participants aged 12 and older are fully vaccinated.

Interior Health region: Indoor personal gatherings may have maximum 5 guests or 1 additional household. Outdoor personal gatherings may have maximum 50 people. Proof of vaccination is required to attend many organized gatherings. As of September 13, wWith proof of full vaccination (2 doses), indoor public gatherings can have maximum 50 people or 50% capacity, whichever is greater, and o. Outdoor organized gatherings can have 5,000 people or 50% capacity, whichever is greater.

Indoor organized gatherings of less than 50 people do not require proof of vaccination, but contact info (name and phone number) of all attendees must be collected and kept for 30 days. From September 13 to October 23, with proof of partial vaccination (1 dose), indoor public gatherings can have maximum 50 people and outdoor public gatherings can have maximum 100 people.Outdoor organized gatherings of less than 100 people do not require proof of vaccination.  

Rest of province: All public health measures have been lifted for indoor and outdoor personal gatherings.

Proof of vaccination is required to attend many organized gatherings. As of October 25, proof of full vaccination is required for iIndoor and outdoor organized gatherings, which can operate at full capacity can have maximum 50 people or 50% capacity, whichever is greater. Outdoor organized gatherings can have 5,000 people or 50% capacity, whichever is greater.

Hotels and Accommodation

Northern Health region (except Terrace, Kitimat, Haida Gwaii, Prince Rupert, Stikine, Telegraph Creek, Snow Country and Nisga’a): As of October 15, people aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated to attend indoor and outdoor personal gatherings at vacation rentals. Indoor personal gatherings can have 1 household plus maximum 5 people and outdoor personal gatherings can have 1 household plus maximum 25 people.

Eastern Fraser Health region (Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Hope and Mission): As of September 28, indoor personal gatherings at vacation rentals are limited to 5 people plus the occupants unless all attendees aged 12 and older are fully vaccinated. Outdoor personal gatherings at vacation rentals are limited to 10 people plus the occupants unless all attendees aged 12 and older are fully vaccinated.

Interior Health region: Gatherings at vacation rentals (e.g. houseboats, Airbnbs) are limited to 5 people plus the occupants.

Rest of province: Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place

Restaurants and Dining

Northern Health region (except Terrace, Kitimat, Haida Gwaii, Prince Rupert, Stikine, Telegraph Creek, Snow Country and Nisga’a): As of October 15, proof of full vaccination for people aged 12 and older is required to access all licensed establishments, establishments that offer table service and tasting rooms without full meal service. Alcohol cannot be served between 10pm and 9am. Bars and nightclubs that do not offer full meal service are closed. Fast food restaurants and unlicensed cafes without table service can either offer takeout only or require people aged 12 and older to provide proof of vaccination.  

Eastern Fraser Health region (Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Hope and Mission): As of September 28, proof of full vaccination for anyone people aged 12 and older is required to access all restaurants, cafes, pubs, breweries and nightclubs.

Rest of province: Proof of vaccination is required to access all restaurants, cafes, pubs, breweries and nightclubs. As of September 13, anyone people aged 12 and older must be partially vaccinated (1 dose). As of October 24, anyone people aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated.

Manitoba

Winnipeg, Churchill
Winnipeg, Churchill
Current Phase/Stage

All regions in Manitoba are in the orange (restricted) response level.

Masks are mandatory throughout Manitoba in indoor public spaces and on public transit for anyone aged 5 and older.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

As of October 5: There are no limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences for fully vaccinated people aged 12 and older as well as children under the age of 12.

If any unvaccinated or partially vaccinated people are present, indoor gatherings at private residences are limited to members of 1 other household; outdoor gatherings can have up to 10 people.

There are no limits on public indoor gatherings for fully vaccinated people aged 12 and older as well as children under the age of 12. If any unvaccinated or partially vaccinated people are present, indoor public gatherings can have up to 25 people or 25% capacity, whichever is lower.

Outdoor public spaces, including fairs and festivals, can have up to 50 people unless higher attendance is approved by public health officials.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place.

Restaurants and Dining

People aged 12 and older must show proof of vaccination for indoor and outdoor dining at all restaurants, bars and other licenced establishments.

Proof of vaccination is required for dine-in at food courts.

New Brunswick

Fredericton, Saint John
Fredericton, Saint John
Current Phase/Stage

As of October 22, a circuit breaker is in place in all of Zone 5 (Campbellton region).

As of October 8, a circuit breaker is in place in Zone 1 (Moncton region) as far north as and including Sainte-Anne-de-Kent and including Havelock in Zone 2; the northern portion of Zone 3 from and including Deerville and Florenceville-Bristol, but excluding Hayesville and Parker Ridge; and all of Zone 4 (Edmundston region)Zone 1 – Moncton region as far north as and including Sainte-Anne-de-Kent; Zone 3 –­­­ upper Saint John River valley north of and including Florenceville-Bristol; and Zone 4 – Edmundston region.

As of September 22, pProof of full vaccination along with government-issued ID is required for people aged 12 and older to access certain businesses and settings. See the full list here.

New Brunswick is in Phase 3 of its 3-phase provincial reopening plan, Path to Green.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

Circuit breaker regions (Zone 1 (Moncton region) as far north as and including Sainte-Anne-de-Kent and including Havelock in Zone 2; the northern portion of Zone 3 from and including Deerville and Florenceville-Bristol, but excluding Hayesville and Parker Ridge; all of Zone 4 (Edmundston region); all of Zone 5 (Campbellton region))Zone 1 – Moncton region as far north as and including Sainte-Anne-de-Kent; Zone 3 – upper Saint John River valley north of and including Florenceville-Bristol; Zone 4 – Edmundston region):

As of 6 pm October 8, no private indoor or outdoor gatherings are permitted; people must limit contacts to those in their household.

Rest of province: As of October 12, indoor private gatherings are limited to a household plus 20 consistent contacts. Outside private gatherings have no capacity limits as long as physical distancing is in place.

As of September 22, proof of full vaccination along with government-issued photo ID is required for people aged 12 and older to attend indoor organized gatherings, such as banquet halls and conference/convention centres. See the full list here.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations can resume regular operations.

Restaurants and Dining

Proof of full vaccination along with government-issued ID is required for people aged 12 and older to access indoor and outdoor dining at restaurants and bars, other food and drink establishments and nightclubs.

Newfoundland and Labrador

St. John's, Fogo Island
St. John's, Fogo Island
Current Phase/Stage

As of October 22, proof of full vaccination via the NLVaxPass and valid ID will be required for people aged 12 and older to access certain businesses and settings. People aged 19 and older must present one photo ID or two pieces of non-photo ID (both must include their name and at least one must have their date of birth)See a list here.

As of October 12, Newfoundland & Labrador is at Alert Level 2.

Newfoundland and Labrador is in Step 2 of its 3-step provincial reopening plan, Together. Again.

Masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces and on public transit throughout Newfoundland and Labrador for anyone aged 5 and older.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

As of October 22, proof of full vaccination via the NLVaxPass and valid ID will be required for people aged 12 and older to attend any gathering hosted at a recognized business or organization, or other venue used to host gatherings. People aged 19 and older must present one photo ID or two pieces of non-photo ID (both must include their name and at least one must have their date of birth).

Informal private indoor gatherings can have the number of people who can fit into the space with physical distancing.

Formal gatherings of maximum 500 people indoors or outdoors are permitted with physical distancing.

Large indoor and outdoor venues with a capacity of 500 people or more, including theatres and performing arts, entertainment and sports venues, can have separated cohorts with physical distancing.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place.

Campsites are permitted to open for day use and overnight use subject to the Guidelines for Campgrounds General Restrictions.

Restaurants and Dining

As of October 22, proof of full vaccination via the NLVaxPass and valid ID will be required for people aged 12 and older to access indoor seating at restaurants, cafes, bars and other licenced establishments. People aged 19 and older must present one photo ID or two pieces of non-photo ID (both must include their name and at least one must have their date of birth).

Proof of vaccination will not be not required for outdoor patio seating, take-out and drive-through.

All restaurants and licenced establishments can resume regular operations with the exception of self-serve buffets (still prohibited) as long as physical distancing can be maintained.

Northwest Territories

Yellowknife
Yellowknife
Current Phase/Stage

Northwest Territories is in the Indoor Gatherings phase of its reopening plan, Emerging Wisely 2021: Step by Step Together.

Masks are mandatory throughout the Northwest Territories in indoor public spaces.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

As of October 20 in Hay River and October 14 in Yellowknife, N’Dilo and Dettah: All indoor private gatherings are prohibited with people outside a household. Outdoor public gatherings can have maximum 25 people with physical distancing. 

As of October 20 on K’atl’odeeche First Nations Reserve Lands and October 14 in Behchoko: All indoor and outdoor gatherings are prohibited with people outside of a household.

Rest of NWT: Most indoor and outdoor gatherings, both private and public, and including business gatherings like tradeshows and conferences, can have up to 200 people

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place.

Restaurants and Dining

As of October 20 in Hay River and As of October 14 in Yellowknife, N’Dilo and Dettah: Restaurants, bars and lounges can have maximum 10 people for indoor dining and 25 people for outdoor dining with physical distancing and exposure control plans in place. All previous exemptions for restaurants and bars will no longer apply.

As of October 20 on K’atl’odeeche First Nations Reserve Lands and October 14 in Behchoko: Dining establishments are limited to takeout only.

Rest of NWT: Restaurants, bars and lounges can operate at maximum capacity or 200 peopl

Nova Scotia

Halifax
Halifax
Current Phase/Stage

As of October 4, Nova Scotia is in Phase 5 of its reopening plan. Proof of full vaccination is now required for people aged 12 and older to access certain businesses and settings. See the full list here.

Masks remain mandatory throughout Nova Scotia in indoor public spaces and on public transit for anyone aged 5 and older.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

As of October 4,physical distancing and gathering limits are lifted for formal gatherings hosted by a recognized business. Proof of full vaccination is required for people aged 12 and older to participate in most indoor and outdoor public events and activities that bring groups of people together, including festivals, special events, concerts and conferences hosted by a recognized business or organization. See the full list here.

Proof of vaccination is not be required for business meetings/activities where the general public is not present, or for outdoor events held in public spaces with no specific entry point, such as street festivals.

Informal social gathering limits remain in place: up to 25 people indoors and 50 people outdoors.

 

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place.

Both provincial and private campgrounds may open.

While accommodations are not subject to proof of full vaccination, some businesses may still introduce their own vaccination requirements for guests.

Restaurants and Dining

As of October 4, proof of full vaccination is required for people aged 12 and older to access full service at restaurants, food establishments and other licenced establishments, both indoors and outdoors.

Restaurants and licenced establishments can operate indoor and outdoor seated service at full capacity.

Proof of vaccination is not required for take-out and drive-through.

Nunavut

Iqaluit
Iqaluit
Current Phase/Stage

Nunavut is guided by Nunavut’s Path: Living with COVID-19, an approach that supports the territory in its long term response to COVID-19.

Masks are mandatory across Nunavut.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

As of October 8 in Coral Harbour: Gatherings in homes are not permitted. Outdoor private gatherings are limited to 5 people. Indoor public gatherings are not permitted. Outdoor public gatherings must have 2 metre physical distancing in place.

Rest of Nunavut: Gatherings in homes are limited to a household plus 15 people. There are no restrictions on outdoor gatherings. Indoor public gatherings can have maximum 50% capacity or 50 people, whichever is less. Indoor gatherings in community halls, conference spaces, and within government and Inuit organization facilities can have maximum 75% capacity or 100 people.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place.

Restaurants and Dining

As of October 8 in Coral Harbour: Restaurants are limited to takeout only. Bars are closed.

Rest of Nunavut: Restaurants and other licenced establishments can have maximum 75% capacity. 

Ontario

Toronto, Ottawa, Niagara Falls, Waterloo Region
Toronto, Ottawa, Niagara Falls, Waterloo Region
Current Phase/Stage

Ontario is in Step 3 of the Roadmap to Reopen.

As of September 22, proof of full vaccination (full series of doses + 14 days) plus proof of government-issued identification showing name and date of birth is required for people aged 12 and older to access certain businesses and settings, with a focus on indoor settings. Find additional details here.

 

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

Proof of full vaccination (full series of doses + 14 days) plus proof  of government-issued identification showing name and date of birth is required for people aged 12 and older to attend indoor meeting and event spaces, such as banquet halls and conference/convention centres. Outdoor venues with a usual capacity of 20,000+ people will also require proof of full vaccination.

As of October 9, capacity at indoor meeting and event spaces is limited to the number of people who can maintain 2 metre physical distancing. Capacity limits have been lifted to allow 100% capacity for outdoor meetings and event spaces.

Indoor social and organized gatherings can have up to 25 people. Outdoor social and organized gatherings can have up to 100 people.

Other restrictions may apply.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place. Indoor recreational facilities that are part of the operations can open with restrictions.

Overnight camping at campgrounds and campsites, including in Ontario Parks, can operate.

Other restrictions may apply.

Restaurants and Dining

Proof of full vaccination (full series of doses + 14 days) plus proof of government-issued identification showing name and date of birth is required for people aged 12 and older to access indoor dining at restaurants and bars, and other food and drink establishments without dance facilities. It is also required for both indoor and outdoor areas of food or drink establishments with dance facilities, including nightclubs, restoclubs and other similar establishments.

Indoor and outdoor dining is permitted at restaurants, bars and other food or drink establishments with no limits to the number of patrons per table, and with 2 metre physical distancing in place.

Nightclubs can open to 25% capacity or 250 people, whichever is less, and with 2 metre physical distancing in place.

Other restrictions may apply.

Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown
Charlottetown
Current Phase/Stage

As of October 5, the P.E.I. Vax Pass policy is in effect. People aged 12 and older must show proof of full vaccination (2 doses + 14 days) along with photo ID to access certain businesses and settings. See a list here.

Masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces.

Prince Edward Island is in Step 4 of its 5-step provincial reopening plan, Moving Forward 2021.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

As of October 5, proof of full vaccination (2 doses + 14 days) is required for people aged 12 and older to attend organized gatherings, such as conferences and trade fairs. These gatherings can have cohorts of up to 200 people indoors and up to 400 people outdoors, with no limit on the number of cohorts. See a list here.

Personal gatherings can have up to 20 people indoors or outdoors.

 

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place.

Restaurants and Dining

As of October 5, proof of full vaccination (2 doses + 14 days) is required for people aged 12 and older to access dine-in service at restaurants, cafés, bars and other licenced establishments, both indoors and outdoors. Maximum seating capacity is 100 people inside and 200 people outside.

Proof of vaccination is not required for take-out and drive-through.

Quebec

Montréal, Québec City, Tremblant
Montréal, Québec City, Tremblant
Current Phase/Stage

All regions are in Level 1 – Vigilance (green) of Quebec’s regional alert system.

vaccine passport is required by Quebec residents aged 13 and older to access many events, services and businesses. See the full list here. People who reside outside Quebec must show printed proof of vaccination, combined with identification.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

Quebec residents aged 13 and older must show their vaccine passport to access meetings, conventions, festivals and other events. See the full list here. People who reside outside Quebec must show printed proof of vaccination, combined with identification.

Private indoor gatherings can have up to 10 people from different households or all occupants of 3 households. Private outdoor gatherings can have up to 20 people from different households or all occupants of 3 households. People who have received two doses of vaccine can gather in private homes without distancing measures or masks.

Organized activities in indoor public settings can have up to 25 people with physical distancing in place. Organized activities in outdoor public settings can have up to 50 people. 

Meetings, conventions, shows and exhibitions can have a maximum of 250 seated participants.

Indoor auditoriums and stadiums with assigned seats can have a maximum audience of 7,500 people. Outdoor auditoriums and stadiums with assigned seats can have a maximum audience of 15,000 people.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place.

Restaurants and Dining

Quebec residents aged 13 and older must show their vaccine passport to dine or drink (indoors and outdoors) at all restaurants, bars, breweries and taverns.

People who reside outside Quebec must show printed proof of vaccination, combined with identification.

Restaurant indoor dining can have up to 10 people or 3 private residences per table. Outdoor dining can have up to 20 people per table.

Bars, breweries, taverns and casinos can open to maximum 50% capacity; alcohol sales must cease at 1am and establishments must close by 2am. Indoor dining can have up to 10 people or 3 private residences per table. Outdoor patios can have up to 20 people per table.

All establishments are required to capture the contact information of patrons.   

Saskatchewan

Regina, Saskatoon
Regina, Saskatoon
Current Phase/Stage

Saskatchewan is in Step 3 of the Re-Opening Roadmap.

As of October 1, proof of full vaccination is required for people aged 12 and older to access some businesses and event venues. See the list here.

Masks are mandatory throughout Saskatchewan in indoor public spaces.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

As of October 18, proof of full vaccination proof of full vaccination or a privately-paid-for negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours is required for people aged 12 and older to access some event venues that bring groups of people together, including conference centres, meeting rooms and banquet facilities.

There are no limits on gatherings at private residences.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations can resume regular operations.

Restaurants and Dining

As of October 18, proof of full vaccination or a privately-paid-for negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours is required at point of entry for people aged 12 and older to access seated dining in restaurants, bars, nightclubs and other licenced establishments. This also includes fast-food restaurants, liquor manufacturers conducting retail liquor sales and liquor stores that hold a liquor restaurant or tavern permit.

As of October 1, proof of full vaccination is required for people aged 12 and older to access indoor dining at restaurants, bars, nightclubs and other licenced establishments.

Proof of vaccination will not be required for food establishments that primarily offer fast food, takeoutpickup or at food courts

Yukon

Whitehorse
Whitehorse
Current Phase/Stage

Yukon is guided by Forging Ahead, The Yukon’s Continuing Response to COVID-19.

While masking is not required in public spaces, the Chief Medical Officer of Health recommends wearing a mask in certain situations. Some facilities and businesses may choose to maintain their own policies on health measures, including mask use.While masking is not required in public spaces, the Acting Chief Medical Officer of Health strongly recommends wearing a mask in all indoor public spaces. Some facilities and businesses may choose to maintain their own policies on health measures, including mask use.

As of November 30, proof of full vaccination will be required for people aged 12 and older to access all non-essential services.

Domestic Conferences and Large Gatherings

Until November 30, people are advised to limit social gatherings to 20 people indoors if everyone is fully vaccinated and to 6 people if not everyone is fully vaccinated.

As of November 30, proof of full vaccination will be required for people aged 12 and older to attend events.

Hotels and Accommodation

Accommodations are open with control/safety measures in place.

Restaurants and Dining

All restaurants and other licenced establishments can resume regular operations.

Until November 30, people who are not fully vaccinated are advised to avoid restaurants and other licenced establishment for 10 days after travel outside of the Yukon.

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