Here is a summary of how the latest COVID shutdowns Ontario wide which came into affect April 3 will affect Niagara for the next four weeks. The government’s website states that the new measures are intended to save lives, prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed, protect in-person learning and keep children in schools, allow for more time to vaccinate Ontarians and stop the spread of COVID-19 in communities. The shut down decision was made in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts.
All stores are open with limited shoppers allowed in at a time.
Grocery stores are at 50 percent capacity, other retail is allowed 25 per cent capacity indoors.
Restaurants are open only for takeout, delivery and drive-through service.
At this time they are staying open.
Organized events are down to 5 people maximum, with the exception of households that live together or members of one household with a single person who lives alone .
Gyms are closed as well as well as most outdoor sports facilities, including day camps.
Hair salons, spas and similar types of businesses are now closed.
The government recommends staying at home as much as possible.
No changes. All previously scheduled vaccination clinics offered by Niagara Health and Niagara Region Public Health will continue.
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