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Current public health measures

The Ontario government has released details to gradually ease public health measures starting on January 31.

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Starting January 31, Ontario will begin the process of gradually easing public health restrictions. City services will be adjusted pending the release of provincial regulations. Learn more about the impact on City of Mississauga services.

Changes to capacity limits

  • Increasing social gathering limits to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors
  • Increasing or maintaining capacity limits at 50 per cent in indoor public settings including:
    • restaurants and bars
    • retailers and shopping malls
    • gyms
    • cinemas
    • meeting and even spaces
    • recreational amenities
    • museums
    • religious services
  • Spectator areas of facilities such as sporting events, concert venues and theatres permitted to operate at 50 per cent seated capacity or 500 people, whichever is less

Effective February 21 and March 14, additional steps to ease public health measures will be implemented.

Proof of vaccine opt-in

Under current provincial regulations, you must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination to access certain indoor businesses and settings.

Travel regulations

There are federal government requirements for travelling domestically and internationally. Depending on your travel plans, you may need to get tested, show your proof of vaccination, or quarantine if you are not vaccinated. Travellers are required to organize testing and travel requirements according to the current regulations.

Effective October 30, travellers who are 12 years of age or older and travelling by air, rail or boat within Canada are required to be fully vaccinated.

Peel Public Health

Peel Public Health is leading the COVID-19 response in Mississauga. Follow these recommended actions from Peel to stay safe and take care of each other.

Municipal by-laws

You must wear a mask in indoor public spaces and on MiWay Transit until March 31, 2022.

Learn more about Mississauga’s face mask requirements