Today, the Ontario government is anticipated to announce that it will extend and modify its vaccine certificate restrictions.
According to a senior government source, the province’s strategy does not call for the rules requiring immunization certificates to be lifted in January.
Instead, the measures will stay in place as they are until further notice.
The province has previously said its timeline for loosening restrictions could be reviewed based on COVID-19 indicators.
The source says the proof-of-vaccination system will also be updated so that the certificate equipped with a QR code is the only version accepted.
The source says the province is also moving ahead with a plan to have medical exemptions for COVID-19 shots verified by public health units.
Source_ The Canadian Press