COVID Protocols at GNAG
Updated Feb 4 at noon
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Vaccine: GNAG strongly recommends full vaccination for all clients and staff but will no longer be requiring proof of vaccination as of Sept 6, 2022. We will review our policy on a seasonal basis or as directed by OPH.
Starting February 6, 2023 masking will be optional for staff, volunteers and participants in all GNAG programming.
We encourage you to do what feels comfortable for you and your family. Should you have any questions or concerns about this policy change you can reach out to any member of the management team.
As always, should you feel unwell we ask that you stay home. If you are unsure about your symptoms, you can review an online screening method at this link , and you can find a pdf version attached to this email.
We continue to follow the advice as set out by public health with regards to masking and the Covid-19 virus.
Is it ever mandatory to wear a mask at GNAG?
The attached document also explains that after illness or close contact with somebody who has COVID-19 it is mandatory to wear a mask (pg 4 &5). Essentially, the answer is for 10 days following any illness or contact but the document explains it in more details. If you have been sick or exposed to COVID-19 we ask that you follow these rules while at GNAG. If you are ever unclear about the masking policy or illness please reach out to any member of the management team.
You can find the details at this link.
- As always, this situation continues to evolve. Please be assured our team will monitor the Provincial and OPH requirements for any changes and GNAG will adjust its protocols accordingly and reserves the right to reinstate the masking policy should public health mandates change and/or new scientific evidence emerge.