As per the latest news release from APH, new restrictions are being imposed effective Wednesday, November 17, at 12:01 a.m.
Requiring Sault Ste. Marie businesses and organizations to reinstate recently lifted provincial capacity limits and physical distancing requirements, and strengthening masking requirements both indoors and outdoors.
Masking is required on the premises of businesses and organizations, and at organized public events, both indoors, and outdoors where physical distancing of at least two metres cannot be maintained.
Requiring anyone aged 12 years and older in Algoma to provide proof of identification and vaccination if they are entering an indoor facility to actively participate in, coach, officiate, volunteer, or spectate at an organized sport.
As of the effective date, we will be going back to 50% capacity at our arenas, masking is still required, and anyone aged 12 and older who actively participate in organized sports, are now also required to show proof of vaccination (not just coaches, officials, volunteers and spectators) or a valid medical exemption.
We will continue to provide updates as we receive them.