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North Grenville lifts proof of vaccination requirements, capacity limits for recreation facilities

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With some public health restrictions easing across Ontario, the North Grenville Municipal Centre arena is operating at full capacity again. 

Capacity limits and proof of vaccination requirements have been lifted at all recreation and event facilities in North Grenville. 

Anyone attending a recreation facility will still need to wear a mask, except when they’re eating, drinking or exercising. You’ll also still need to use the provincial screening tool, and you’re still being encouraged to socially distance yourself from other people. 

The municipality announced the change March 1st, saying it comes on the advice of the province and the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit. 

Mayor Nancy Peckford says she appreciates the community’s patience so far, and its support going forward. “We are very hopeful that the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is in sight,” she says. “That said, we urge you to use caution and continue to follow public health measures.”

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