Ontario’s vaccine passport: What you need to know – CBC

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination system takes effect Wednesday to enter restaurants, bars, gyms, cinemas

Sep 22, 2021

A COVID-19 vaccine passport system kicks in Wednesday in Ontario, requiring people to show proof of vaccination for entry into thousands of non-essential venues across the province.

Restaurants, bars, sports venues, gyms, theatres, cinemas and casinos are among the locations where staff must ask patrons to show certification that they received two doses of an approved vaccine at least two weeks before, along with identification that matches their vaccination document.

Here’s what you need to know about how Ontario’s vaccine passport system will work.

Proof of vaccination document
Ontarians can download their proof of vaccination from this provincial government website. You need your OHIP card to log in to the site. Once you download the certificate showing you’ve had two doses of vaccine, you can either print a hard copy or store the PDF on your phone.

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/covid-19-ontario-vaccine-passport-proof-vaccination-1.6182533

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