Events During COVID-19

COVID-19

Effective March 1: Many public health measures rescinded. See Step 2 for more information.

Last Updated: March 1, 2022

Before Your Event

Effective March 1, there are no capacity limits on entertainment venues. Gathering limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings are rescinded.

Public Health Guidance for Events

While mandatory public health measures have been lifted as of March 1, we continue to encourage Albertans to follow public health precautions:

Prepare Your Guests

  • Advise your guests to stay home if they are sick or have COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Remind your guests they are not permitted to attend if they are required to isolate or quarantine.

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At Your Event

  • If someone shows up with symptoms of illness, kindly ask them to leave the event.
  • Improve natural ventilation by opening windows and doors to the outside if possible.
  • Encourage all guests to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses, by:

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After Your Event

  • If you are contacted by an attendee who has COVID-19, work together with that person to help notify other attendees who could have been exposed. You must not disclose the identity of the person with COVID-19 to the other event attendees.
  • People who were exposed to COVID-19 at the event can visit ahs.ca/infoforclosecontacts for information and recommendations.

Additional Information

  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19 you should isolate immediately and use this COVID-19 Assessment & Testing Tool to help you decide if you should talk to someone about your symptoms and whether you need to be tested for COVID-19.

Individuals looking for general COVID-19 information are encouraged to visit ahs.ca/covid or alberta.ca/covid19.

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