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Stay-at-Home Order in Effect Across Ontario

By Ontario Volleyball, 04/08/21, 12:15PM EDT


The Government of Ontario announced that it will impose a Provincewide Stay-At-Home order. Starting Thursday, April 8 at 12:01 a.m., all Ontario communities and Public Health Units (PHU) will require everyone to remain at home with the exception of going out for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy and accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated). The order will be in effect for 28 days, after which the Government will evaluate the possibility of lifting or extending restrictions. 

The Stay-At-Home orders will mean that no organized indoor and outdoor activity is allowed. Gathering indoors with individuals who live outside of your home is illegal. Individuals may go outside for outdoor exercise, however, and parks may remain open.

Clubs are encouraged to stay in contact with their local PHU during the Stay-At-Home order.

The OVA will continue to update the membership as changes and/or developments are made.

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