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Recovery Phase - Proof of Vaccination no longer required


The Kahnaw�:ke Public Safety Commission wishes to inform the community that as of Monday, February 28, 2022, proof of vaccination (QR Code) will no longer be a legal requirement for businesses in Kahnaw�:ke. However, it will be up to the business should they prefer to continue using proof of vaccination as an option to help safeguard their employees and clientele.

�As previously communicated, the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions and measures is keeping in line with the reopening and Recovery Plan for the community,� said Lloyd Phillips, Commissioner of Public Safety. �While Proof of Vaccination will no longer be required for local businesses, we want to remind Kahnawa�kehr�:non that COVID-19 still poses a health risk, and vigilance is still required, along with assessing your own acceptable level of risk.�

For the time being, Proof of Vaccination is still required at the Kahnaw�:ke Sports Complex for all athletes, volunteers, and spectators during Kahnaw�:ke Minor Hockey Association and Kahnaw�:ke Figure Skating Club events. For details on the current restrictions, please refer to the Public Service Announcement issued today by the MCK�s Sports & Recreation Unit.

On a bi-weekly basis throughout the Recovery period, the Kahnaw�:ke Public Safety Commission, along with the collaboration of the Mohawk Council of Kahnaw�:ke (Office of the Council of Chiefs), will continue to evaluate, remove and/or reduce current COVID-19 measures and restrictions based on the situation in and around the Territory.

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