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Update on Ontario’s Proof of Vaccine Requirements for Condominiums

Michelle Kelly
Publication date:
January 13, 2022
Article Summary: 

The article provides an update on Ontario's proof of vaccine requirements for condominiums. It clarifies that proof of vaccination is not required for accessing common elements exclusively used by owners and residents, even if they include amenities like fitness areas and meeting spaces. However, if condominiums choose to open these amenities, they must comply with specific operating requirements, including contact tracing, screening, face covering rules, and cleaning protocols. Owners operating businesses within commercial or mixed-use condominiums must adhere to the proof of vaccination requirements set by the Ontario government. The article also mentions the uncertainty of the future due to the COVID-19 situation, implying that requirements may change based on public health measures.


Ontario, Proof of Vaccine Requirements, Condominiums, Amenities, Common Elements, Operating Requirements, Commercial Condominiums, COVID-19, Public Health Measures, Uncertainty.

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Michelle Kelly
Update on Ontario’s Proof of Vaccine Requirements for Condominiums
January 13, 2022
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