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LIBRO CENTRE - COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS AS PER WECHU INSTRUCTION
Submitted By Webmaster on Saturday, January 1, 2022
Based on the latest directives issued by the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, the Libro Centre has revised their policies and access procedures accordingly.


For a complete list of revised protocols and procedures please click the link below:

LIBRO CENTRE COVID RESTRICTIONS AS PER WECHU INSTRUCTIONS

To highlight some of the new protocols:

As of December 19, 2021
- The Libro Centre occupancy will be limited to 50% capacity.
- No food or drink permitted.

As of January 4, 2022
-Anyone entering the Libro Centre that requires proof of vaccination, must produce the enhanced vaccine certificate with QR code provided by the Ontario government and proof of I.D. Any receipt, either on paper or by screenshot, without a QR code WILL NOT be accepted. 


AMHA has updated our 'Libro Centre Access' page to match these latest requirements. LINK




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