Vaccination Policy  - 2021/22 Concert Season

November 15, 2021

As we begin our 50th anniversary season live and in-person, our primary thought is to the health and safety of our patrons, musicians and staff. The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra requires all patrons, musicians and staff to adhere to all applicable COVID-19 safety guidelines set by Provincial and Federal law, Public Health directives, and legal advice.

Effective November 1, all participants 12 years and older entering a City of Mississauga culture location will be required to provide proof of vaccination or a valid medical exemption, along with identification.

When entering the Living Arts Centre, all patrons must show:

  • * Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccination receipt or other government issued vaccination record.
  • * Acceptable identification which includes name and birth date. Photo ID is not required. Examples include birth certificate, citizenship card, driver’s license, government issued ID such as a health card, passport or permanent resident card. Expired Ontario issued ID or Canadian Passports may be provided as proof of ID only.
  • *Masks are to be worn at all times.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate our way through a unique beginning to what will be a thoroughly exciting season of live performance.

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