Public health releases guidelines for Canadians fully vaccinated against COVID-19

The Public Heath Agency of Canada has released its official guidelines for Canadians who have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

With over 75 per cent of eligible Canadians with one dose and 27 per cent fully vaccinated, the guidelines are intended to share what activates are safe to do.

Residents will still need to follow their local public health restrictions.

According to the guidelines, physical distancing and masks are not required for fully vaccinated residents in the following circumstances:

  • Outdoors with a group of fully vaccinated individuals
  • Indoors with a small group of fully vaccinated individuals
  • Outdoors with people from multiple households who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or their vaccination status is unknown

If you are a greater risk of serious illness, these are the circumstances where fully vaccinated residents should consider wearing a mask and physical distance from others:

  • Indoors with people from multiple households who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or their vaccination status is unknown
  • Indoors or outdoors in a large crowd where people are closely gathering, e.g. a concert, house party or sports event.

It is recommended to continue wearing a mask indoors for those who are partially vaccinated or have not been vaccinated yet.

The full guidelines can be read below:

Vaccinated Against Covid 19 Public Health Measures by CityNewsToronto on Scribd

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