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COVID-19 VACCINATION PROTOCOL - UPDATE
Submitted By Marketing on Wednesday, September 22, 2021
TODAY'S UPDATE OF THE TOWN OF OAKVILLE'S COVID-19 VACCINATION PROTOCOL IS BELOW...

Effective immediately, for youth born in 2009 (or earlier 13-17y), who are participating in organized sports with our CORE youth organizations, will be allowed access facilities if they show proof of vaccination of their first or second shot, along with identification, up to October 31, 2021. Note: youth in this category attending as spectators (or for any other purpose) are still required to show proof of FULL vaccination. 


After that point, all individuals 12 and up are expected to be fully vaccinated, as defined by the province.  

For individuals born in 2010, who are not yet eligible to receive their vaccination, we will work with our sports organizations to ensure they are able to continue participating assuming the provincial regulation will allow.


Thank you for your patience and we appreciate you support through this!

Please visit the Town of Oakville's website for full details on the Covid-19 Vaccination Protocol -
https://www.oakville.ca/
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