Beer & Analytics Event Attendance Policy
- All ticket holders must provide proof of Covid-19 double vaccination in order to attend the event.
- Prior to arriving at the event, visit Ontario COVID-19 Vaccination to access a legal copy of your vaccination receipts. Download the latest receipt that clearly indicates you’ve received 2 valid doses. Please print a hard copy or save the receipt to your phone to bring along with your ticket.
- Your ticket to the event is void and you will be denied access to the event if you do not show valid proof of vaccination with a matching government issued photo ID.
- If you have Covid-19, are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms, or have a temperature above 37.6℃, please stay home and immediately self-isolate and do not attend the event. Contact us to receive a refund on your ticket.
- Masks must be worn when interacting with staff and/or in areas when social distancing is not an option, including during speaker presentations.
- Masks are not required to be worn while seated or while eating and drinking.
- These measures will be enforced by staff and security. Violators will be asked to adhere to the rules or will be escorted off the property.
People are still anxious about socializing even after more than two years in isolation. The rituals around greeting someone can be nerve-wracking nowadays. It’s stressful being around people and not knowing their social distancing preferences. Do you go in for a handshake? A fist bump? An awkward little wave? An unfriendly step back? BondBands wanted to fix this problem and offer individuals the opportunity to communicate their preferences on social distancing in a fun and effective way.
Bronson is excited to be partnering with BondBands to offer a simple solution to the socializing predicament amid the pandemic. Upon arrival at Beer & Analytics, attendees can pick up either a red, yellow, or green bracelet to subtly indicate to others their preferred level of social interaction.
Quick Facts about Vaccinations from the Ontario Government
- All vaccines delivered as part of Ontario’s vaccine rollout provide high levels of effectiveness against hospitalization and death from COVID-19 and its variants, including the Delta variant. During July 2021, unvaccinated individuals were approximately eight times more likely to get infected with COVID-19 compared to those who were fully vaccinated.
- Evolving evidence around the Delta variant shows that it is more transmissible and has a higher likelihood of causing severe illness and outcomes in those infected.
- To date, more than 20 million of doses have been administered in Ontario. More than 81 per cent of Ontarians aged 12 and over have received at least a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and more than 73 per cent have received both doses.
- Individuals can prove they are fully vaccinated by showing the physical or emailed receipt that was provided to them at the time of vaccination. Vaccination receipts can also be downloaded or printed through the provincial portal or by calling the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900. This version of the vaccine receipt contains a watermark and a digital signature to deter forgery.
- On July 16, 2021, the province moved into Step Three of the Roadmap to Reopen, based on the provincewide vaccination rate and continued improvements in key public health and health system indicators.
- Local medical officers of health have the ability to issue Section 22 orders under the Health Protection and Promotion Act, and municipalities may enact by-laws, to target specific transmission risks in the community and help protect Ontarians from COVID-19.
- Ontario’s Updated COVID-19 Vaccination Eligibility
- Ontario mandates Immunization Policies for Long-Term Care Homes
- For resources in multiple languages to help local communication efforts in responding to COVID-19, visit Ontario’s COVID-19 communication resources webpage.
- COVID-19: Health, safety and operational guidance (2021-22)
- Visit Ontario’s website to learn more about how the province continues to protect the people of Ontario from COVID-19.