Check out details for Step 1, June 11th affecting Cannabis Retail Stores, Liquor Stores, Restaurants and Bars and other food or drink establishments, gathering limits, Casino, Bingo Halls, and Gaming Establishments, Horse Racing, and Construction here: How the Public Health Measures Under Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen Affect AGCO Regulated Sectors

The Ontario Government released a three-step Roadmap that will guide a safe and gradual reopening of the province and the lifting of public health measures based on ongoing progress of provincewide vaccination rates and improvement in key public health and health care indicators.

The government will enter Step 1 of the Roadmap on Friday, June 11, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. The Government has indicated that the province will remain in each of the steps for at least 21 days to evaluate any impacts on key public health indicators.

For ease of reference, the AGCO is highlighting relevant information regarding the current public health measures affecting each of its regulated sectors for Step 1 of the province’s Roadmap to Reopen.

For detailed information on all the measures planned for each of the three steps, including the measures before entering Step 1, please consult the government’s Roadmap to Reopen website.   

Local Measures from Niagara Regional Public Health Section 22:

Licensees are reminded that they must also continue to follow Niagara Regional Public Health, Section 22 in addition to the provincial health measures.

Public Health will continue to educate the public on orders issued under Section 22 of the Health Protection and Promotion Act. Information is available on our COVID-19 Guidance for Businesses webpage:

Business owners and operators can contact the COVID-19 Infoline for questions related to the Section 22 class order Monday to Friday from 9:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. at 905-688-8248, press 7 (toll-free at 1-888-505-6074) or email [email protected]

Sector-Specific Guidelines

COVID-19 Guidance for Community – Under FAQ “What does Ontario’s reopening plan mean for dining in Niagara?”

  • Public Health will continue to evaluate its ongoing need as we proceed through reopening.

For information on the provincial public health and workplace safety measures, we encourage you to visit the government’s COVID-19 website.

Business Development Department

City of Niagara Falls

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