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OTM COVID-19 Vaccination Policies

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Osgoode Township Museum’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policies

 
The Museum continues to navigate the pandemic to support its community members. In accordance with a directive from the City of Ottawa, the Osgoode Township Museum is implementing the following COVID-19 vaccination policies:
 
Proof of Vaccination for Participants and Visitors

  • Beginning September 22, 2021, OTM staff will verify that everyone who enters the museum buildings (age 12+) is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (two Health Canada or World Health Organization COVID-19 vaccines, plus 14 days);
  • Visitors and participants entering the buildings will be required to show their vaccine certificates (either digital or paper copy) and identification confirming their name and date of birth;
  • Repeat visitors and participants will only need to confirm their vaccine status on their first visit on or after September 22,2021.

 
Vaccine Requirements for Staff, Volunteers and Student Interns

  • Beginning September 22, 2021, all OTM staff, volunteers and student interns are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (two Health Canada or World Health Organization COVID-19 vaccines, plus 14 days).

We appreciate your patience, understanding and support in the effort to reduce the transmission of COVID-19.

If you have any questions about OTM’s COVID-19 vaccination policies, please email manager@osgoodemuseum.ca.

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