BRAMPTON, ON (March 1, 2022) – Effective March 1, proof of vaccination will no longer be required, and remaining capacity limits will be lifted at Brampton recreation centres and performing arts venues. These measures follow the Government of Ontario’s announcement from February 14 and guidance from Peel Public Health.
Those visiting Brampton recreation centres or performing arts venues will still be required to wear a non-medical mask indoors, and practice physical distancing. Residents are asked to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering City facilities, and stay home if feeling unwell.
Recreation Centres are open for registered and drop-in programming. Pre-registration is not required for visits to recreation centres, however it is recommended that visitors purchase their services online in advance of their visit as all services are on a first-come, first-served basis. Browse and register for available programs at www.brampton.ca/registerforprograms, by calling 311, or in person at any City recreation centre.
Performing Arts Venues
Performing arts venues, including The Rose, reopen to full capacity on March 1, 2022. Buy tickets and learn more at www.therosebrampton.ca.
Residents are reminded that the City has extended its COVID-19 Mandatory Face Mask By-law at all City facilities.
Under the COVID-19 Mandatory Face Mask By-law, non-medical masks are required in all indoor public spaces in Brampton. Scarves, bandanas, neck gaiters or neck warmers and masks with exhalation valves are not acceptable forms of face coverings. Also under the by-law, masks may only be removed for consumption of food or drink if an individual is seated in a designated area for that purpose.
The City thanks residents for continuing to do their part, physically distancing, practicing good hygiene and wearing masks to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
City of Brampton Media Relations