Region of Waterloo council repeals bylaw requiring face coverings

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Area of Waterloo council has voted to repeal a bylaw requiring face coverings in indoor public locations.

As of March 21, face coverings will not be required within the following public locations within the Ontario area:

  • Shops and buying malls.
  • Indoor areas of eating places and bars.
  • Skilled providers resembling counselling, private care, funeral houses, restore and rental providers.
  • Foyer areas of economic buildings.
  • Enclosed widespread areas of multi-residential buildings.
  • Inns and motels.
  • Laundromats.
  • Indoor areas of health centres, gyms and leisure sports activities amenities.
  • Indoor live performance venues, theatres and cinemas.
  • Arcades and different indoor amusement amenities.
  • Museums, galleries, historic websites, and so on.
  • Locations of worship.
  • Municipal buildings.
  • Inside taxis, limousines and different ride-sharing autos.

Face coverings will nonetheless be required on public transportation, in bus shelters and on transit platforms throughout the area till Ontario removes this requirement. It is anticipated it will change April 27.

Faculties, hospitals, and different provincial and federal buildings had been by no means included within the area’s bylaw, and will not be affected by the change.

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