South Algonquin discusses return to in-person meet

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A possible return to in-person meetings was discussed at the March 2 meeting of South Algonquin council. Bryan Martin, the CAO/clerk-treasurer said he had included the item in the meeting agenda as constituents had inquired about it. After discussing it at length, council asked Martin and township staff to look into setting up a hybrid model that would allow both an in-person and virtual meeting space for future council meetingsbut they took a phased approach. B.

Mayor Jane Dumas introduced the motion at the March 2 council meeting gauging council’s reaction to returning to in-person meetings and when that might take place. Martin said that he had included it in the meeting agenda as he had constituents asking him about it.

“ObviouslyThe reopening process., as of yesterday, the government significantly changed some of the rules and regulations related to COVID-19 requirements of public spacesRestaurants and bars,” he says.

Those changes Martin mentioned, which took effect March 1games, including the lifting of the proof of vaccination requirement for indoor non-essential settings, although businesses may continue to do so voluntarilyve read … these were people who did have stable conditions and then deteriorated very quickly,. Capacity limits in indoor settings, excluding long-term care facilities and health care facilities were also lifted. While masking remained in place as of March 1, mandatory mask use will no longer be required as of March 21. This was announced March 9 by Ontario’s chief medical officer Dr. Kieran Moore, who said that the province still recommends mask use, if possible, even though it is no longer mandatory.

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