COVID-19 News & Updates

Vaccination Certificate QR code

Use Verify Ontario to make it quicker, easier & safer to get proof of vaccination at your door.
Its time to download the App! We will be sharing some how to videos and information about how to use the app that is designed  for scanning proof of vaccination. Watch for another upcoming video on how to download your enhanced vaccination certificate.
PLEASE NOTE: any previous QR codes that were created prior to the Verify Ontario Scanner that were placed in your Apple or Google wallet will NOT function with this scanner and should be removed from your wallet.

New Requirement for Proof of Vaccination

Supporting communications
On this page, you’ll find easy-to-use tools and resources designed to support local community communication efforts. Use these materials to provide your networks with accurate, verified information about COVID-19covid 19 and help people make informed decisions.
You’ll find:
factsheets to download and print
infographics to print or share online
videos to share on social media
shareable messages for your communication materials

To register & participate in the Rapid Screening Program

Watch here our short video on how to use the FREE rapid antigen screening kits being distributed in North Grenville!

To register & participate in the Rapid Screening Program visit our website to book your training, and to pick up a two-week supply of test kits.
This program is available to ALL businesses in North Grenville with under 150 employees. Together we can help keep our community safe!

Ontario extends nearly all emergency orders under Reopening Ontario Act another 30 days

TORONTO -- Ontario has announced it is extending nearly all emergency orders under the Reopening Ontario Act (ROA) for an additional 30 days.
The government made the announcement on Saturday morning, saying the extension of most orders under the ROA will help to "preserve our health care capacity and protect Ontarians until everyone can be vaccinated."
The orders under the ROA, which were set to expire on Jan. 20, have been extended until Feb. 19.