With Peel headed back into lockdown starting tomorrow (Monday, November 23), a number of places will be closing down for a minimum of 28 days.
Here’s what’s closed and open in Brampton during the lockdown.
- Restaurants and bars are closed for indoor and outdoor dining, but can offer takeout, drive through and delivery.
- Non-essential retailers are closed for in-store shopping but can offer curbside pickup or delivery.
- Personal care services such as hair salons and spas are closed.
- Food courts are closed except for takeout.
- Indoor recreation facilities including indoor courts, pools, fitness centres, rinks and arenas are closed.
- Casinos and indoor movie theatres are closed.
- Post-secondary schools are closed except for virtual instruction or in-person instruction where required (such as for clinical training or the trades).
- No indoor organized public events and social gatherings are permitted.
- Brampton City Hall and corporate facilities will remain open for in-person services by appointment only.
- Schools and childcare remain open.
- Essential retailers including supermarkets, pharmacies, grocery stores, convenience stores, hardware stores and “discount and department-type stores” can remain open for in-person shopping, with a 50% capacity limit.
- Car sales centres and garden centres are open for indoor shopping by appointment only.
- Shopping malls can open for curbside pickup and are otherwise closed, except for any of its essential stores such as pharmacies and supermarkets.
- Outdoor public events and social gatherings are limited to a maximum of 10 people if physical distancing is in place. Weddings, funerals and other religious rites, ceremonies and services can go ahead with a maximum of 10 people – indoors or outdoors – and only with physical distancing in place.
Some of the closed facilities may continue to offer a few permitted services, and should be contacted directly for more information.
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With files from The Canadian Press