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Revised COVID-19 Measures come into effect on February 14


The Kahnaw�:ke COVID-19 Task Force (�Task Force�) wishes to inform Kahnawa�kehr�:non that new COVID-19 measures will be implemented, as outlined in Directive 8.

As the COVID-19 situation is stabilizing within the community, and the current State of Emergency is set to expire on February 20, 2022, the following Directives will come into effect on Monday, February 14th in preparation for the Recovery Phase.
Restaurants, Cigar Lounges, Social Clubs & Bars:

  • Maximum capacity permitted based on tables distanced 6 feet apart between different groups
  • Proof of vaccination required (currently being reviewed)
  • Masking required for all employees
  • Masking required for customers when not seated

Gaming & Bingo:  

  • Maximum capacity permitted Regular operating hours
  • Proof of vaccination required (currently being reviewed)
  • Mask required at all times for employees and customers
  • Distancing and hand sanitizing required

Indoor and Outdoor Private Gatherings:

  • No capacity limits
  • Masking recommended

Retail, Manufacturing, Churches, Funerals, Ceremonial Gatherings:

  • Maximum capacity permitted
  • Masking required while indoors


  • According to pre-approved association/league/school safety standards

Public Transportation:

  • Masking required for drivers and passengers

Live Music, Karaoke, Shows:

  • Permitted with Public Health Measures in place


  • Phased-in return to office to be determined by each organization

Although some restrictions are being relaxed, it is important to evaluate the level of risk of the activity for you and your family. You can decrease risk by avoiding certain activities and continue to follow current Public Health Measures.

For more information on the COVID-19 Vaccine, local health measures and restrictions, please visit

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