Over 12 years previous? You should present proof of COVID-19 vaccination at Oshawa’s services

If you are 12 years old or older, you must now provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination at all Oshawa City facilities, including recreational facilities.

The city of Oshawa announced this earlier this week. The requirement includes all trainers, officials and other volunteers entering a recreational facility.

From January 4th, all citizens over 12 years of age must present an extended vaccination certificate with QR code when entering the municipal leisure facilities in order to provide proof of a complete vaccination against COVID-19. The obligation to present the improved vaccine certificate also applies to anyone who comes to Oshawa City Hall or the Oshawa Animal Service. Digital and paper vaccine certificates with QR codes are accepted.

As of January 10th, anyone with a legitimate medical exemption must present an extended vaccination certificate with a QR code in order to gain access to all city facilities.

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