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Oct 7/21


Ontario has released its guidance and rules for the upcoming holidays in the province. Please see below:

The province says indoor gatherings with people from outside your household are allowed this year, as long as they follow the current provincial gathering limits. Ontario's gathering limits are currently 100 outdoors and 25 indoors.

"We are able to gather together with friends and family for Thanksgiving this year provided public health rules are followed," Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore said Thursday. The province says that virtual gatherings are still the safest way to celebrate, especially if people in the group are unvaccinated. Within a group of fully vaccinated individuals, face covers are no longer necessary. 

With people from multiple households who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated or status is unknown, you should wear a face covering and physically distance, the province says. The province is asking hosts to create a list of guests attending in case local public health unit need it for contact tracing. No one should attend if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are mild, the province says.

If you are unsure if you should attend a gathering you can use the following link to screen before you go

Please review the following link, for more detailed information on how to safety participate in Fall Celebrations :


The Team at Wilstar Management would like to wish you and your family a Safe & Happy Thanksgiving weekend.