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Face coverings no longer required in County of Brant

County of BrantFace coverings no longer required in County of Brant

As of March 21, 2022 following provincial guidance, face coverings will no longer be required for the public to access County of Brant Community Centres and recreation programs.

Masks are encouraged but optional when visiting a County of Brant Public Library but will be required for in-person group programs.  For updates visit brantlibrary.ca.

As per provincial guidance, face masks will still be required for public transit (including Brant Transit), healthcare settings, long-term care homes and congregate care settings. 

At this time, wearing a face mask is a personal choice, and we ask that you please be kind and respectful of others.

Please continue to self-monitor and stay home if you are feeling unwell and practice physical distancing when possible.

For more information, please review the March 9 Statement from Dr Moore, Chief Medical Officer of Health.

For County of Brant COVID-19 updates, please visit www.brant.ca/COVID19.

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