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North Battleford ending proof of vax requirements at city facilities

City of North Battleford confirmed Wednesday they are lifting those restrictions
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Co-op Aquatic Centre is one of the facilities where proof of vax will no longer be required.

NORTH BATTLEFORD - The City of North Battleford confirmed Wednesday the city’s proof of vaccination or negative test requirements at their facilities will end Monday, Feb. 14.

According to their news release, this is in alignment with the Provincial Health Order change. Proof of vaccination or proof of a provincially approved negative COVID-19 test will no longer be required to enter City of North Battleford Parks and Recreation facilities. 

Face masks will be still required, where applicable, and the city continues to encourage people to physically distance where possible. 

Last November council voted to extend the proof of vaccination requirement to all of its recreation facilities including NationsWEST Field House, Northland Power Curling Centre, the Dekker Centre, Don Ross Centre, Co-op Aquatic Centre and Access Communications Centre.