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Current Covid-19 Measures


Health, Social, and Professional Services

The following services can remain open by appointment only as long as public health orders and sector guidance is followed. Appointments should be limited to one-on-one services.
Regulated health services can open by appointment only
-physicians, dentists
-physical therapists
-optometrists
-chiropractors
-hearing aid practitioners
-acupuncturists
-naturopaths
Non-regulated health services can open by appointment only
-massage therapists (a prescription or referral is no longer required)
-manual osteopaths
-kinesiologists
-athletic therapists
Professional services can remain open by appointment only:
-lawyers
-mediators
-accountants
-photographers
Social services can remain open for in-person services including:
-social, protective or emergency services
-shelters for vulnerable persons
-not-for-profit community kitchens, religious kitchens and soup kitchens
Home-based businesses should follow the restrictions for the type of service they provide.


Personal and wellness services

Mandatory, additional restrictions for high case regions – Effective at 11:59 pm on May 9
Personal and wellness services, including hair salons, barbers, nail salons, aestheticians, tattoos and piercing, must close.
Walk-in services are not permitted.
Appointments should be limited to one-on-one services.
Businesses must follow all current public health guidance.
Home-based businesses must follow the restrictions for the type of service they provide.
Personal services include:
-aesthetics, manicure, pedicure, body waxing, make-up
-body, nose and ear piercing, and tattoos
-artificial tanning and spray tanning
-facial, eyebrow and eyelash treatments
-cosmetic skin and body treatments
-laser hair and tattoo removal
-hairstyling and barbering
Wellness services include:
-floatation tanks
-reflexology
-colonic irrigation


Personal Fitness

Fitness, performance & recreation activities – indoor and outdoor
Mandatory, additional restrictions for high case regions – Effective at 11:59 pm on May 9
Indoor activities
All indoor sport, performance and recreation activities for youth and adults are prohibited.
Indoor fitness and recreation facilities must close, including for 1-on-1 training.


Retail Services – Pharmacy

Mandatory, additional restrictions for high case regions – Effective May 5
Retail services must limit customer capacity to 10% of fire code occupancy (not including staff) or a minimum of 5 customers.
Shopping mall capacity limits will exclude common area square footage.
Curb-side pick-up, delivery and online services are encouraged.

For more information, please call our office.