Last updated: April 30, 2021 at 4:10 p.m.

On January 4, 2021, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health issued a Letter of Instruction to all employers in the City of Toronto permitted to be open under the Reopening Ontario Act. Employers permitted to be open are required to take the additional measures set out in this Letter to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

The public can learn what to expect at beaches, dog parks, parks, swimming pools, and tennis courts as well as public washrooms.

This document provides interim directions for managers and participants (i.e. garden member/gardeners) of community and allotment gardens to help reduce the risk of COVID-19. Any person that uses community or allotment gardens must do so in accordance with these directions. Community gardens exist on both City of Toronto and private property. Allotment gardens are permitted through the City of Toronto and are located on City property.  Review COVID-19 Guidance for Community Agencies for more information.

The aim and purpose of this document is to assist individuals and businesses with information related to the Ontario Government’s reopening framework as well as Toronto Public Health requirements to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It is important to know that breaches of some of these directions will constitute offences under provincial regulations or other public health legal requirements. While we aim to provide relevant and timely information, no guarantee can be given as to the accuracy or completeness of any information provided. This guidance is not intended to nor does it provide legal advice and should not be relied upon or treated as legal advice. Users seeking legal advice should consult with a qualified legal professional.

Reduce the risk of transmission

  • Stay at home when you are ill, even if symptoms are mild.
  • Keep at least a two metre/six feet distance from those you don’t live with.
  • The person responsible for a place of business or facility that is open to the public shall limit the number of members of the public in the place of business or facility so that:
    • members of the public are able to maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from every other person in the business or facility; and
    • the total number of members of the public in the business or facility at any one time does not exceed 50 per cent capacity.
      • This can be calculated taking the total square metres of area accessible to the public, dividing that number by 8 and rounding the result down to the nearest whole number.
    • Organized public events or social gatherings are not permitted indoors or outdoors. See COVID-19 Guidance for Indoor & Outdoor Events & Gatherings for more information.
    • Wear a mask in indoor public spaces, and outdoors when physical distancing is difficult.

Hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette

  • Prior to entering or exiting the gardens, every person must wash or sanitize their hands.
  • If hands are visibly soiled, handwashing with soap and water is preferred. If soap and water are not available, wipe hands clean before applying hand sanitizer (70 to 90% alcohol concentration).
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue. Immediately throw the tissue in the garbage and clean your hands.
  • If you don’t have a tissue, sneeze or cough into your sleeve or arm.
  • Avoid touching your face, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.

Declaration from garden manager and garden members

  • Each garden manager and garden member must sign the Toronto Public Health Community and Allotment Garden Declaration, which states that garden managers and members must adhere to the interim directions.
  • Signed, dated and returned declarations for all members of community gardens must be kept by community garden managers and must be made available to TPH upon request in order to investigate a positive case of COVID-19, should one be detected.
  • Signed and dated declarations are required before a garden member can participate in an allotment garden in order to prevent the spread of infection.
  • Allotment garden permit holders must keep a log of all garden visits. The log must be made available to TPH upon request to support COVID-19 contact tracing, if necessary.

Self-screening

Entrance Restrictions

  • Anyone who answers YES to any of the screening questions should stay home and not attend the community gardening.
  • No visitors are permitted to enter/access community or allotment gardens.
  • Access to the garden is only permitted to plant, maintain and harvest food. No events, training, or other programming is allowed.

Cleaning and Disinfecting Requirements

Equipment and Tools Requirements

  • Avoid sharing tools and equipment, if possible.
  • If you must share tools and equipment, clean and disinfect after each use.
  • Do not share gardening gloves. Gardening gloves should be laundered after each use.
  • Wash or sanitize your hands before putting on and after taking off gardening gloves.

Required Signage

Communications

  • Community garden managers must:
    • Provide information to garden members to ensure they are familiar with COVID-19 symptoms.
    • Where required to ensure physical distancing, create a schedule to minimize crowding at the garden and to keep attendance records to assist with contact tracing, if someone develops COVID-19.
    • Maintain an up-to-date list of members, including contact information.
    • Communicate with members frequently about these guidelines.

Gardeners who become ill while at the garden

  • People who become ill with COVID-19 symptoms while at the garden should go home immediately and self-isolate. They should also review the City of Toronto website for more information about COVID-19, including getting tested.
  • Toronto Public Health will help individuals with COVID-19 to identify who is a close contact.
    • If the person who tested positive is unsure who they interacted with at the garden, they should notify the garden manager or permit contact of the dates they visited the garden while contagious. Garden managers/permit contacts should communicate potential risk to other garden members, as appropriate. See Managing COVID-19 in the Workplace for more information on contact tracing.
  • Encourage members to download the COVID Alert app so they can be notified directly if they have been in close contact with someone who was contagious with COVID-19.

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A facility for indoor or outdoor sports and recreational fitness activities may open if it meets the following conditions, as applicable:

  • The facility must open solely for the purpose of providing space for any, some or all of the following:
    • A child care centre or authorized recreational and skill building program within the meaning of the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014.
    • Mental health or substance use support services; no more than 10 people are permitted to occupy the space.
    • The provision of social services.
  • The person responsible for the facility must:
    • record the name and contact information of every member of the public who attends the space, and
    • maintain the records for at least one month, and then shred the records.

A facility for indoor or outdoor sports and recreational fitness activities may open* if it meets the following conditions:

  • The facility must be open solely for the purpose of allowing use of the facility by:
    • persons with a disability, within the meaning of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, who:
      • have received a written instruction for physical therapy from a regulated health professional who is qualified to provide the instruction; and
      • are not able to engage in the physical therapy elsewhere.
    • support persons or service animals as may be necessary for the person with a disability; and
    • staff required to operate the facility and support the provision of the physical therapy.
  • The facility must have established a health and safety protocol for the use of the facility as required by O. Reg. 82/20. The facility must be operated in compliance with the health and safety protocol.
  • The person responsible for the facility must:
    • record the name and contact information of every person who enters and uses the facility, and
    • maintain the records for at least one month and then shred.

*It is not mandatory for the facilities to open if they do not wish to do so.

For more information, see Guidance for facilities for sports and recreational fitness activities during COVID-19 province-wide shutdown for persons with disabilities .

A facility may be open for both purposes described above if the facility meets the conditions in both subsections.

See COVID-19 Guidance: Employers, Workplaces & Businesses for more information on preventing and managing COVID-19 within your facility

No indoor or outdoor sports or recreational classes are permitted at any indoor or outdoor sports and recreational fitness facilities.

Under current provincial orders, indoor playgrounds are not permitted to open.

Owners and operators of outdoor playground and fitness equipment need to implement infection prevention and control measures to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission for users. See Provincial Orders O. Reg. 82/20 for more information.

The aim and purpose of this document is to assist individuals and businesses with information related to the Ontario Government’s reopening framework as well as Toronto Public Health requirements to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It is important to know that breaches of some of these directions will constitute offences under provincial regulations or other public health legal requirements. While we aim to provide relevant and timely information, no guarantee can be given as to the accuracy or completeness of any information provided. This guidance is not intended to nor does it provide legal advice and should not be relied upon or treated as legal advice. Users seeking legal advice should consult with a qualified legal professional.

Measures for all Workplaces, Businesses and Organizations

Review the Guidance for Employers on Preventing COVID-19 in the Workplace to plan and implement protocols to keep staff and clients safe.

Masks/Face Coverings for Staff and Participants

The use of non-medical masks or face coverings is required in all indoor public spaces under a City of Toronto bylaw and O. Reg. 82/20.

  • Organizations with indoor spaces that are open to the public must develop a policy on the wearing of masks. Use the Checklist on Mask By-law and Sample Policy.
  • Operators must ensure that any person in the indoor area of the facility (e.g., washroom), or in a vehicle that is operating as part of the business or organization, wears a mask in a manner that covers their nose, mouth and chin.
  • Masks are strongly recommended outdoors when physical distancing is difficult.
  • Not all patrons are able to tolerate a mask and may be exempted. For example, masks should not be used by children under age two, and anyone who has trouble breathing.
  • Train staff on these new requirements, including who is exempt and the proper use of a cloth mask or face covering.

Outdoor Playground and Fitness Equipment

  • Persons responsible for outdoor recreational amenities that are required to be closed shall ensure that the amenity is closed.
  • An outdoor recreational amenity may be open for persons who need access for purposes of maintenance, safety, law enforcement or other similar purposes.
  • An outdoor recreational amenity that is a park or recreational area may be open for the purposes of permitting persons to walk or otherwise move through the park or recreational area.
  • A person shall not use any outdoor recreational amenities, including the following:
    • All outdoor sports facilities and multi-use fields, including baseball diamonds, soccer fields, frisbee golf locations, tennis, platform tennis, table tennis and pickleball courts, basketball courts, BMX parks, and skate parks.
    • All portions of park and recreational areas containing outdoor fitness equipment.
    • All outdoor picnic sites and picnic tables in park and recreational area.
  • An outdoor recreational amenity that is an off-leash dog area, park bench, outdoor playground, outdoor play structure or outdoor play equipment may be open.
  • Prior to opening, inspect all fixtures and equipment to verify its safety.
  • Outdoor fixtures and equipment do not need to be sanitized.
  • Adopt strategies to encourage participants to maintain at least two metre/six foot physical distancing as much as possible.

Signage

Post signs in visible locations to remind everyone to practice public health measures. Signs can include:

  • Posters to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms, and to go home if they have symptoms.
  • Notice that the playground and fitness equipment are not sanitized.
  • Current gathering restrictions and reminder to avoid close contact with people you don’t live with.
  • Physical distancing posters, ground markers, or other cues to stay two metres/six feet apart at all times, including while waiting to use equipment.
  • Hand hygiene posters to encourage participants to practice good hand hygiene.
  • Signs are available in multiple languages.

Modify Layouts

  • Move benches, toys and equipment to ensure they are at least two metres/six feet apart, where possible.
  • Remove or block off picnic sites, picnic tables, fitness equipment and other outdoor amenities, as per provincial Shutdown orders ( Reg. 82/20, Schedule 3).

Drinking Fountains

  • Water fountains may remain open. Clean and disinfect at least twice daily.
  • Ensure all water systems are safe to use, if there was prolonged shutdown.
  • Where possible, switch drinking water fountains to touchless or foot pedal operated.

Garbage Bins

  • Install hands-free garbage bins near the playground.
  • Garbage bins have removable linings, and are changed frequently to prevent overflow.

Washrooms

  • Clean and disinfect washrooms at least twice daily.
  • High-touch surfaces made of plastic or metal, such as grab bars, railings, door handles, bathroom surfaces should be cleaned more often.
  • Ensure supplies of liquid soap and paper towels are routinely stocked.
  • Where possible, open windows to allow for air flow and ventilation.

Playgrounds used by Child Care Centres

  • General routine cleaning is acceptable.
  • Most outdoor playgrounds do not need to be sanitized. However, child care centres that have private playgrounds may consider routine cleaning of outdoor play structures and equipment. Follow the specific guidance for child care centres.

Protective Measures for Participants Using Playgrounds

  • Monitor yourself and your child for symptoms of COVID-19. Stay home if you or your child is sick.
  • If the playground is busy, find another park or go back later.
  • Teach children how to properly wash their hands, avoid touching their eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands, and to cover their cough.
  • Bring your own hand sanitizer (70-90% alcohol concentration), disinfecting wipes, bottled water, sun screen and personal items.
  • Consider bringing your own toys or sports equipment to play with. These personal items should be washed with hot soapy water when you return home.
  • Keep at least two metres/six feet from people you don’t live with, when possible.
  • Gathering with individuals outside your household is not permitted.
  • Wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces, and when it is difficult to maintain physical distancing outdoors. Do not apply a mask on children under the age of two.
  • Wash hands before and after using the playground.
  • Download the COVID Alert app so you can be notified directly if you or your family have been in close contact with someone who was contagious with COVID-19.

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  • Persons responsible for an outdoor recreational amenity that is required to close shall ensure that it is closed.
  • An outdoor recreational amenity may be open for persons who need access for purposes of maintenance, safety, law enforcement or other similar purposes.
  • An outdoor recreational amenity that is a park or recreational area may be open for the purposes of permitting persons to walk or otherwise move through the park or recreational area.
  • A person shall not use any outdoor recreational amenities, including the following:
    • All outdoor sports facilities and multi-use fields, including:
      • baseball diamonds
      • soccer fields
      • frisbee golf locations
      • tennis, platform tennis, table tennis and pickleball courts
      • basketball courts
      • BMX parks
      • skate parks
    • All portions of park and recreational areas containing outdoor fitness equipment
    • All outdoor picnic sites and picnic tables in park and recreational areas
  • An outdoor recreational amenity that is an off-leash dog area, park bench, outdoor playground, outdoor play structure or outdoor play equipment may be open.
  • Any person who uses any of the following amenities shall maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from any other person who is also using the amenity, other than a person who is a member of the same household, a member of one other household who lives alone or a caregiver for any member of either household.
    • Outdoor parks and recreational areas.
    • Off-leash dog areas.
    • Benches in parks or recreational areas.
    • Outdoor playgrounds, play structures and play equipment.

 

The following guidance should be used by owners and operators of recreational water facilities, including public pools, spas, wading pools and splash pads, to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Owners and operators are responsible for ensuring that their recreational water facility is in compliance with all orders made under the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020, in addition to O. Reg. 565/90 – Public Pools. As every recreational water facility is different, it is the responsibility of owners and operators to review their own policies, procedures, and site-specific operations, while ensuring that the appropriate infection prevention and control measures are implemented and maintained.

The aim and purpose of this document is to assist individuals and businesses with information related to the Ontario Government’s reopening framework as well as Toronto Public Health requirements to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It is important to know that breaches of some of these directions will constitute offences under provincial regulations or other public health legal requirements. While we aim to provide relevant and timely information, no guarantee can be given as to the accuracy or completeness of any information provided. This guidance is not intended to nor does it provide legal advice and should not be relied upon or treated as legal advice. Users seeking legal advice should consult with a qualified legal professional.

Closures

  • Facilities for indoor and outdoor sports and recreational fitness activities must close unless they meet the conditions set out in Reg. 82/20, schedule 2, section 48.
  • Hotels, motels, lodges, cabins, cottages, resorts and other shared rental accommodation, including student residences, must ensure any indoor pools, communal steam rooms, saunas or whirlpools, indoor fitness centres, or other indoor recreational facilities that are part of the operation of these businesses, are closed, per Reg. 82/20, schedule 2, Section 25.
  • All apartment buildings must close non-essential common areas, including, pools and spas (whirlpool, hot tubs), to be consistent with provincial restrictions, as per Toronto Municipal Code Chapter 354, Apartment Buildings.
  • Toronto Public Health (TPH) strongly recommends that all condominiums close non-essential common areas, including pools and spas (whirlpool, hot tubs) to be consistent with provincial restrictions.
    • Pools and spas that remain open in condominiums must comply with provincial gathering restrictions. At this time, the use of indoor pools and spas must be limited to only members of a single household at one time.
  • Aquatic instruction, including learn to swim and swimming classes, are currently not permitted. However, lifeguard training and certification courses are permitted as long as they meet the conditions set out in Reg. 82/20. See below for more information.

Measures for All Workplaces, Businesses & Organizations

Review TPHs Guidance for Employers on Preventing COVID-19 in the Workplace to plan and implement protocols to keep staff and bathers safe. Owners and operators must also consider the following:

  • Health screening for staff and customers
    • Actively screen every person that works at the business or organization before they enter the premises of the business or organization. See sample Staff Screening Questionnaire.
    • Post signs at all entrances to the premises in a conspicuous location visible to the public to inform individuals on how to self-screen themselves for COVID-19 prior to entering the premises.
    • Class A or supervised Class B pools: in addition to the above requirements, it is strongly recommended that owners and operators actively screen bathers before entering the facility.
  • Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • A person shall wear appropriate PPE that provides protection of their eyes, nose and mouth if, in the course of providing services, the person:
      • is required to come within two metres of another person who is not wearing a mask or face covering during any period when that person is in an indoor area; and
      • is not separated by plexiglass or some other impermeable barrier from a person described above.
    • Hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette
      • Encourage staff and bathers to practice hand hygiene prior to, during, and after use of the recreational water facility.
    • Cleaning and disinfection
      • Ensure locker rooms, change rooms, showers and washrooms are cleaned and disinfected as frequently as is necessary to maintain a sanitary environment.
      • Equipment that is rented to, provided to, or provided for the use of the public must be cleaned and disinfected between each use.
      • Rescue equipment (e.g. throwing-aids, reaching poles) and shared equipment (e.g. lifejackets, flutter boards, clip boards) must be cleaned and disinfected after each use.
    • Attendance records for contact tracing
      • Class A pools: Record the name and contact information (e.g. phone or email) of every member of the public with a date, check in and check out time.
      • Class B pools: Use a sign-in book for residents to leave their name and unit number, with a date, check in and check out time.
      • Maintain these records for a period of at least one month.
    • Managing COVID-19 in the workplace

Mandatory Use of Masks or Face Coverings

  • The use of masks or face coverings is mandatory in all indoor public settings, as per Reg. 82/20 and City of Toronto Bylaw 541-2020.
  • Masks or face coverings are strongly recommended outdoors when physical distancing cannot be maintained.
  • Facility owners and operators must develop a policy on the wearing of masks, as per City of Toronto bylaw, and train staff on the policy. More information is available here.
  • Masks or face coverings may be temporarily removed while engaging in an athletic or fitness activity (e.g. swimming).
  • Masks must be worn on the recreational water facility deck and in other areas of the facility.

Safety Plan

Business operators are required to prepare and make available a safety plan. Pools and spas located within other businesses (e.g. condo, sports facility) should be considered in that facility’s safety plan. This safety plan must:

  • Describe measures/procedures that have been or will be implemented in the business, place, facility or establishment to reduce spread of COVID-19.
  • Include measures for screening, physical distancing, masks, cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces and objects, and the wearing of PPE.
  • Be in writing and made available to any person for review on request.
  • Be posted in a visible place to come to the attention of those working or attending the location.
  • See COVID-19 Safety Plan Checklist available in: [PDF] and [Fillable PDF] and Instructions for Completing the COVID-19 Safety Plan Checklist for more information.

Capacity Limits

The following are suggestions for achieving compliance with this requirement:

  • Set a capacity limit for the number of staff and bathers allowed in the facility at any given time. Do the same for individual areas, such as change rooms.
  • The capacity limit should be based on the layout and available space within the facility to ensure ease of movement while maintaining a physical distance of at least two metres from others.
  • Post signage at the entrance stating the maximum number of bathers permitted at any one time.
  • Consider implementing appointments or time limits for the use of the facility so that capacity is more easily controlled.
  • Monitor to ensure adherence to the capacity limit.
  • Remove furniture (e.g. chairs, benches, picnic tables) to accommodate the reduced facility capacity (e.g. resting and spectator areas).

Note: Facilities must ensure that the total number of bathers permitted at any one time on the deck and in the pool does not exceed the maximum bather load as determined by O. Reg. 565/90 – Public Pools.

Staff Training

  • Staff should receive clear instructions on the mandatory mask and face covering policy, and understand who is exempt. Proof of exemption is not required.
  • Educate staff on the proper use of masks/face coverings. They should change masks when moist or dirty, but in areas away from customers (e.g. lunch room, private office).
  • Discourage staff from gathering together in common areas (e.g. lunch room). Staff must continue to maintain physical distancing in these areas.
  • Educate staff on hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette.
  • Train staff on the proper use of PPE (e.g. gloves, masks, face shield), when required. Refer to Public Health Ontario
  • Inform staff that physical distancing must not compromise safety supervision or the bathers’ safety (e.g. rescues, first aid).
  • Lifeguards who are actively providing safety supervision should not be expected to monitor adherence to measures outlined in this document (e.g. health screening, physical distancing). These responsibilities should be assigned to another staff member.
  • Train staff on safety measures to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 transmission during first aid and resuscitation. For additional information, consult industry experts such as the Lifesaving Society and the Canadian Red Cross.

Physical Distancing

  • Post physical distancing signs throughout the facilities, including at all entrances, change rooms, washrooms decks, etc.
  • Remind staff and bathers to maintain a physical distance of two metres from people they don’t live with, as best as possible.
  • Monitor capacity of the facility, change rooms and other areas as appropriate.
  • If capacity is reached and physical distancing is difficult or not possible, advise facility users to return at another time.
  • Use visual markers, stickers or pylons to encourage physical distancing, where appropriate (e.g. entrances, showers, pool deck, diving boards).
  • Stagger the flow of people entering and exiting the facility to prevent crowding.
  • Design a walking flow for the whole facility (e.g. creating one-directional walking paths with prominent signage and/or floor markings), where appropriate (e.g. showers, change rooms, pool deck).
  • Encourage physical distancing in the water and on the deck (e.g. one-directional swimming lanes with prominent signage and/or deck markings, reminders to leisure bathers).
  • Stagger times for lap swims, training and other activities or programs.
  • Remind staff and bathers not to share items including water bottles, equipment and supplies.
  • Place markers or circles so bathers know where to stand when waiting or interacting with staff.
  • Install plexiglass/barriers, if possible, where there will be close contact between staff and bathers (e.g. service counters, cashiers).
  • Block off amenities that are immediately next to each other, where possible (e.g., showers, lockers, sinks)
  • Arrange furniture a minimum of two metres apart, and place signs/notices in fixed seating spaces (e.g., poolside benches).
    • Mark furniture locations so that they may be repositioned easily (e.g. tape/paint on the floor).

Managing Lines

  • Operators must ensure that patrons lining up or congregating outside their facility:
    • Maintain at least two metres physical distancing from other groups of people, and
    • Wear a mask or face covering, unless entitled to an exemption.
  • Use visual markers, stickers or pylons to encourage physical distancing while waiting outside.

Lifeguard Training and Certification

  • The provision of health and safety training, such as lifeguard training and certification, is permitted as per Reg. 82/20 with the following conditions:
  • The instructional space enables students to maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from every other person in the instructional space, except where necessary for effective teaching and instruction.
  • The total number of students permitted to be in each instructional space at any one time must be limited to the number that can maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from every other person, and cannot exceed 10 persons.
  • Virtual classes or training are recommended, wherever possible.
  • For training that requires the instructor and/or students to be less than two metres apart, considerations should include:
    • Wearing masks (e.g. in shallow area of pool, on deck), if possible and safe to do so.
    • Practising the activity that requires less than two metres distance for as little time as possible.
    • Ensuring students and instructors keep a physical distance from each other during the class at all other times as much as possible.
  • Where possible, training should operate in cohort groups, and remain the same each time the group meets.
  • Allow adequate time to clean and disinfect any shared equipment after each use.

Water Filtration and Disinfection

  • Adequate filtration and disinfection of water should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.
  • Ensure the facility’s water filtration and disinfection systems (i.e. with chlorine or bromine) are maintained and operating properly.
  • Where required, disinfectant levels in public pools, spas, wading pools and splash pads must be maintained according to Reg. 565/90 – Public Pools.

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

  • Increase the introduction and circulation of outdoor air by maximizing the outdoor air ratio of the HVAC system settings, or by opening windows and doors, where possible. Avoid recirculating air.
  • Do not open windows and doors if doing so poses a safety risk.
  • Ensure the HVAC system(s) are properly maintained.
  • Where provided, use the highest efficiency filters that are compatible with the HVAC system.
  • Keep areas near HVAC inlets and outlets clear.
    • Seating and activities should be arranged away from areas with high airflow (i.e. not in front of air vents).
  • Rooms where indoor ceiling fans are used should have an upward airflow rotation.
  • If portable fans are used, limit the blowing of air across people and surfaces by positioning them to provide an upward movement of air.
  • For more information, review TPHs COVID-19: Transmission, Aerosols and Ventilation fact sheet.

Communication

  • Inform staff and bathers about the changes you have made to protect them against COVID-19, such as using posters, updated websites, email or social media accounts.
  • Designate a contact person (e.g. supervisor) to respond to COVID-19 concerns from staff and bathers.
  • Post information in highly visible areas, including at entrances, service counters, cashiers, and washrooms as a reminder for everyone to practice public health measures:

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