City of Kingston to lift all vaccine, masking requirements along with province

Kingston City Hall. CKWS TV / Megan King

Following the direction of the provincial government, the City of Kingston will be lifting all COVID-19 restrictions put in place during the pandemic.

Those include the vaccine passport, masking in indoor settings as well as passive COVID-19 screening questions.

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Affected facilities include:

  • all recreation facilities including Artillery Park Aquatic Centre and the INVISTA Centre
  • cultural facilities and museums including Kingston Grand Theatre
  • City Hall and administrative buildings such as 1211 John Counter Blvd., and Housing and Social Services at 362 Montreal St.
  • Kingston Frontenac Public Library branches
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“We understand that everyone is emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic at their own pace. Please respect and be considerate of individuals who prefer to wear a mask when indoors or in groups after the mandate is lifted on March 21,” says Brandi Timpson, manager of emergency preparedness.


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