The City of Burlington will follow the direction from the Provincial government and will no longer require visitors to city recreational facilities to show proof of vaccination.
The City’s Mask Bylaw and Physical Distancing Bylaw have both been repealed effective March 22, 2022 in City facilities.
The City is continuing to follow the direction and guidance of the Province and the Regional Medical Officer of Health in making its decisions. These decisions help protect our community and City staff and limit the spread of COVID-19.
Passive screening for the public visiting City facilities will continue to be in place. Members of the public who wish to continue to wear their mask in City facilities are welcome to do so. Daily active screening and masking remains a requirement for City staff.
Ringette Association of Burlington participant COVID-19 screening:
Ringette Ontario Vaccination Requirement
Ringette Ontario Vaccination Policy will stay in place for the remainder of the 2021-2022 season. The Ringette Ontario Vaccination Policy states that all participants within ringette that are ages 12 and up must be fully vaccinated to take part in any Ringette Ontario programming.
An individual is considered fully vaccinated if they have received:
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at COVID@burlingtonringette.com
The city of Burlington will be conducting independent validations to ensure we comply with this order and there are consequences for non-compliance.
The Ringette Association of Burlington has done an exemplary job at meeting all COVID related expectations and received praises for our safety protocols and compliance. We trust we will all continue to help so our players can continue to enjoy the sport they love.
Thank you for your cooperation.
You can find further information at the links below.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs - City of Burlington
Proof of Vaccination Guidance for Businesses and Organizations under the Reopening Ontario Act (gov.on.ca)
Ringette Ontario COVID Information