MINTO – The local municipal office is opening to the public in response to the recently-announced relaxation of pandemic-related public health restrictions.
“As the Province of Ontario begins to lift public health restrictions, all staff will be back in the office and the office will be fully open to the public effective Feb. 22,” states a Feb. 15 press release from the Town of Minto.
As of March 1, the public will not be required to show proof of vaccination to enter town facilities, the release states.
However, due to renovations to the council chambers, council meetings will continue virtually until completion of the renovation, the release notes.
Updated public health measures can be found by visiting covid-19.ontario.ca.
To obtain proof of vaccination click here.
The Town of Minto is reminding the public to continue to wear a mask and wash hands regularly and get vaccinated or boosted when possible.
“It is critical that everyone continues to follow these measures to keep our great community safe. Minto is a resilient community and will get through this unusual time stronger together,” the release states.
The municipality is directing individuals who have questions or concerns regarding COVID-19 to contact Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health at 1-800-265-7293 or visit www.wdgpublichealth.ca/coronavirus.