COVID-19 Status in Alberta
COVID-19 has brought many changes to our daily lives. Certain restrictions were imposed on the territory of Canada to protect the population. Many establishments, including casinos in Alberta and other provinces, were closed until the epidemiological situation improved.
In 2021, the government began a phased reopening plan, which provided that many establishments would gradually return to work by lifting COVID restrictions. Thus, by June 2022, the last restrictions were removed in all provinces of Canada.
Alberta’s previously closed venues have reopened and today operate without capacity limits. You no longer need to provide a vaccination certificate to visit a casino. The masking requirements have also become optional. And most importantly – restaurants, bars, event centers, spas, and pools work at full capacity to make your rest more convenient!
However, to protect yourself and others, the authorities recommend getting vaccinated. Minister of Health Jason Copping said that COVID-19 is still present, so to keep Albertans safe, the government will provide necessary vaccines, antivirals, and rapid tests.
Even though Alberta casino COVID restrictions have been lifted, establishments are working hard to keep the environment safe. Disinfecting tables, doorknobs, and other surfaces is an important step in preventing the spread of various diseases, including COVID-19.