For now, as Ontario moves in to the next phase of the Roadmap to Reopen on February 21, 2022, based on the province wide vaccination rate and continuing improvements in key public health and health system indicators, the following changes can be implemented:
- OUTDOOR visits are permitted, currently up to 100 people. During outdoor visits, screening, medical masks, and eye protection are MANDATORY.
- INDOOR visits are permitted, currently up to 50 people), they must be scheduled and supervised. Screening, medical masks and eye protection are MANDATORY.
- NON-ESSENTIAL VISITS in congregate living settings will be permitted to resume, in alignment with provincial social gathering limits.
- NON_ESSENTIAL OVERNIGHT ABSENCES for residents will be permitted to resume, in alignment with provincial public health measures. Upon return the person must pass COVID -19 screening and complete a rapid antigen test.
Video: All About the COVID-19 Vaccines with Doctors Sharffaf & Robinson
Please view below BPACL communications and memorandums for review
Please view below, updates from MCCSS regarding COVID-19
COVID-19 Information By And For People With Disabilities
Adapted by the Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities (H-CARDD) Program. hcarddcovid.com/info hcardd.ca
See links below to websites relevant to COVID-19
Grey Bruce Public Health Website