Access to some on-campus services impacted as Durham Region enters Red-Control zone

WHAT

Today Durham Region enters the Red-Control zone which has impacted some on-campus services. In-person classes are not affected.

WHEN

Monday, November 23

DETAILS

On Friday, November 20, Premier Doug Ford announced that as part of several province-wide COVID-19 restrictions, Durham Region will enter the Red-Control zone as of Monday, November 23 to further prevent the spread of COVID-19.

This change will impact access to some on-campus services and facilities – however, all currently scheduled in-person classes and labs will not be affected.

Impacted services:

  • Closed:
    • 2200 North (restaurant at Campus Ice Centre)
  • Gathering limits for:
    • Athletic facilities– a maximum of 10 people per room indoors, or 25 people outdoors, at:
      • Campus Ice Centre (excluding 2200 North)
      • Campus Fieldhouse
      • Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre, including The FLEX (area with weights or exercise equipment) and indoor track.
    • Food services – seating restrictions may take place within indoor dining areas based on Provincial recommendation. For an updated list of campus operations and restrictions, please check the Campus Operations chart.
    • Bistro ’67 – maximum 10 people seated indoors with no more than four people per table. Please visit bistro67.ca for more dining restrictions and details.

Note: If Durham Region Public Health posts additional restrictions, this list will be updated accordingly.

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