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Starting next week, the provincial government will no longer require Ontario businesses to take customers' contact tracing information, a staple COVID-19 rule that's been in place since the start of the pandemic.

On Thursday, the government announced in a press release that it will no longer require "most businesses" to collect patron information for contact tracing starting on January 31, 2022.

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A new Ontario COVID-19 support is officially opening on Tuesday to help qualified businesses financially recover from the province's latest lockdown.

Owners with businesses that were required to close or reduce capacity due to public health measures can apply for the new Ontario Business Rebate Program as of Tuesday, January 18, 2022.

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The government of Ontario has hired over 100 new safety inspectors to help enforce the new COVID-19 vaccine certificates.

The inspectors will be tasked with investigating workplaces in construction, industrial and health care settings to educate workers and businesses about providing proof of vaccination.

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The Ontario government revealed its methods to enforce the province's new vaccine certificate with businesses today amid concerns of non-compliance.

According to the government, starting on September 22, 2021, businesses and organizations will be responsible for checking proof of vaccination and identification from customers.

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