Ontario Vaccine Certificates Don't Need To Be Shown If You Are Doing These Things
Vaccine certificates start on September 22.
Ontario vaccine certificates will be put in place starting September 22 and you will need them to access settings such as restaurants, movie theatres and more.
However, there are a few exemptions that will not require you to show proof of vaccination, according to the government.
In a press release that was sent to Narcity, it was revealed that vaccine certificates will not be used for medical care and grocery stores.
On top of this, you will be exempted from showing your certificate when entering an indoor setting to only:
- Use a washroom
- Pay for an order
- Access an outdoor area that can only be accessed through an indoor setting
- To place or pick up an order
- To purchase admission
- To make a retail purchase
- Necessary for the purpose of health and safety
Also, residents will not have to show proof of vaccination if you attending a wedding or funeral service. However, you will not be able to attend any social gatherings that follow, including a reception that is in an event space.
It is also important to note that children under 12, those with medical exemptions and those under 18 who will be entering indoor facilities for sports will also not need to show proof of vaccination.