Update: April 04, 2022
The Capitol Centre has now updated capacity limits to 100%. This is an adjustment up from our self-imposed 75% limitation since March 1, 2022. Mask wearing is now optional. Mask or no mask, we will support you.
We encourage you to self-screen and if you are exhibiting symptoms or have been in close contact with a positive COVID case, please complete the following self-assessment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
Update: March 1, 2022
The Capitol Centre loosened restrictions on March 1st, 2022 in accordance with provincial guidelines. Proof of vaccinations no longer required. We also opted to maintain a 75% capacity restriction for the month of March to allow a period for staff, volunteers and patrons to adjust to the ongoing changes.
Other health and safety measures in placed included self-screening before entering and mask requirements. Masks may be removed when consuming food or beverages while seated. If you are feeling unwell, please refrain from visiting.
We continue to follow public health and government authority advice and update as needed.
See up to date info from our local health unit: myhealthunit.ca.
Capitol Centre’s COVID-19 Safety Measures:
- The building is routinely sanitized and cleaning routines have been enhanced. We have also purchased a new industrial spray sanitizing machine for disinfecting large areas in between events.
- New electronic (emailable) tickets and onsite portable ticket scanners enhance touch-free service.
By purchasing an event ticket, the purchaser acknowledges that their contact information may be shared by the Capitol Centre with the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit if needed for the purpose of COVID-19 contact tracing.