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LaSalle Lifts Mask Mandate In Accordance With Provincial Measures

Friday March 18th, 2022, 3:25pm


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The Town of LaSalle says masks will no longer be mandatory at the LaSalle Civic Centre or the Vollmer Complex beginning on Monday March 21st as part of the province’s reopening plan.

Officials say although wearing a mask is no longer mandated, the Town says they recognize that some patrons may feel more comfortable wearing a mask in public settings and they are welcome to do so.

“While COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted, it may take some time for everyone to adjust,” the Town said in a statement. “Please be kind and respectful to one another.”

The Town says the current regulations also allow the procedure for swimming lessons to change. For swimming lessons in the spring session (beginning on April 11th), parents will no longer be required to enter the water with their children in Preschool 1-5 or Swimmer 1 and 2 classes.

Under the provincial regulations, masks will continue to be mandatory in high-risk and congregate settings including public transit. This means that LaSalle Transit riders are still required to wear masks while on the bus. This requirement ensures transit continues to be a safe and reliable mode of transportation.

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