These are the settings still subject to capacity limits in Ontario
Ontario capacity limits have now been lifted in a majority of spaces that require proof of vaccination.
This means no more rules on the amount of people inside most restaurants, bars, gyms, casinos, salons or event spaces.
However, the province has identified some settings in Ontario that will need to remain under capacity limits and physical distancing measures.
The government intends to lift capacity limits at these settings as of Nov. 15
The province says organized public events, such as Remembrance Day ceremonies and Santa Claus parades, will also remain under capacity limits. However, Ontario will be expanding the amount of people allowed to attend in the near future.
Lifting capacity limits comes as part of Ontario's strategy to begin removing public health measures incrementally, over the next six months.
The province says it also plans to remove the requirement for proof of vaccination, along with indoor mask mandates by March 2022.
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