Capacity limits are being increased in some Ontario sports and event venues requiring proof of vaccination, just in time to give the Toronto Blue Jays a home-field boost as they seek a playoff berth. The province has announced capacity limits at outdoor seated events will be increased to up to 75 per cent or 30,000. That includes the Rogers Centre, where the Jays open a key series against the New York Yankees tomorrow night. Indoor cinemas, concert venues, sporting events, banquet halls, convention centres, racing venues, and film studios will have capacity limits of up to 50 per cent or 10,000 people, whichever is less. Doctor Kieran Moore, chief medical officer of health, says the change is due to key public health measures stabilizing in recent days.
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With #PublicHealth & #HealthCare indicators stable and proof of vaccination now in effect, Ontario is cautiously easing capacity limits for select indoor settings where proof of vaccination is required and certain outdoor settings starting September 25. https://t.co/ut22hkP59l pic.twitter.com/BtsO8cbSs7
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) September 24, 2021
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