As of March 12, 2022, the government has removed the requirement for caregivers and visitors to show their vaccine passport. Nonetheless, all caregivers and visitors will continue to be screened for COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival at our facilities. They will also need to wear a mask, wash their hands and comply with infection control guidelines throughout the visit.
- Residents may receive up to ten caregivers or visitors at the same time for indoor visits, space permitting.
- Caregivers and visitors are permitted in common areas, space permitting. When in the common areas, caregivers and visitors need to maintain two-metre physical distancing with other residents and healthcare workers.
- Caregivers and visitors are permitted to eat and drink inside a resident’s room, as well as in designated common areas, where available. While eating in the room with the resident, the caregiver and/or visitor need to be at least one metre away.
- Caregivers and visitors may accompany residents circulating throughout the site but must wear masks and maintain physical distancing at all times. Residents should also wear a mask if tolerated and maintain physical distancing while circulating throughout the site.
See also the section on Caregivers.