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Proof of vaccination no longer required for Georgina recreation programs

Georgina lifting public health measures for indoor facilities
March 3, 2022
Amanda Persico

Following the province’s announcement on lifting public health measures, the town is following suit.

Georgina is lifting some of its public health measures for indoor recreation facilities. Proof of vaccination will no longer be required and capacity limits will be lifted.

Face masks while indoor and physical distancing guidelines still remain in place.

Residents visiting any Georgina facility are encouraged to complete a COVID-19 health assessment prior to entering the building.

Anyone experiencing symptoms are asked not to visit the facility until symptoms have subsided.

York Region Public Health’s vaccination clinic at the Georgina Ice Palace is open Thursday to Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. The vaccine clinic, which is scheduled to close March 27, is available for appointments and walk-ins.

To book an appointment and for more information, visit

The GO-VAXX bus will be at the Pefferlaw Lions Hall, 38 Pete’s Lane, on March 11, noon to 8 p.m. offering first, second and booster doses by appointment or walk-ins.

For more information,

All outdoor amenities such as the ROC and the Pefferlaw Ice Pad remain open, weather permitting. Visits to the ROC must be purchased pre-registered and purchased in advance.

For more information or to book a visit the ROC, visit

For more information on the Pefferlaw Ice Pad, visit

All branches of the Georgina Public Library are open. For more information and current hours, visit

The Georgina Civic Centre remains closed to the public. Resident can call 905-476-4301, Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Many services are available online.

For more information, visit