What's open and closed due to COVID-19 in Brampton
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, here's what's closed and open in Brampton.
What's closed in Brampton due to COVID-19:
The following locations are closed to the public, and programs and activities at these locations are cancelled.
- All City facilities including City Hall (closing Monday, March 16)
- Recreation and community centres (closing Monday, March 16)
- Brampton Library branches (closing Monday, March 16)
- Brampton Performing Arts Venues including The Rose Brampton (closing Monday, March 16)
- March Break camps (closing Monday, March 16)
What's open in Brampton:
- Brampton Transit continuing to provide regular service
- Grocery stores
- Most stores and shopping centres (possibly at reduced hours)
- Movie theatres
- Most restaurants are open but call ahead
- Critical services, including Fire and Emergency Services, Traffic Services, By-Law Enforcement, Road Operations, Security Services, Animal Services and POA Courts operating as normal
Residents are reminded to practice good hygiene, wash hands frequently, avoid contact with those who are sick, and stay home if becoming sick.
"The City of Brampton is taking the additional steps of closing services and facilities, and postponing events and programming in order to limit the spread of COVID-19,” said Mayor Patrick Brown.
“These important steps will protect the safety and health of Brampton residents. We recognize the impact these closures have on residents and are continually evaluating and responding to this evolving situation. We encourage residents to follow recommended hygiene practices and forego unnecessary use of Brampton Transit."
To stay updated on COVID-19 in Peel, visit peelregion.ca/coronavirus.
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