Proof of vaccination required to access the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto


The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto has announced that proof of vaccination is required to access the museum as of today. (Photo by Janet Kimber)

“As of September 22, 2021, people ages 12 and older must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to visit the Aga Khan Museum, subject to accommodations required by the Ontario Human Rights Code,” the Aga Khan Museum said in a statement.

The statement further added this is in response to a public health order by the Government of Ontario.

“To make your visit as smooth as possible, be prepared to present proof of vaccination along with identification upon entry to the Museum,” the statement said.

The museum also added that masking and physical-distancing measures also remain in effect.

This comes as the Ontario Health announced that individuals are required to provide proof of vaccination to access certain businesses and settings, starting today.

Thousands of non-essential businesses and settings, including restaurants, gyms, theaters, bars, sports venues, casinos, and cinemas are among the locations where the proof vaccination is required.



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