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Sandy Shore Cottages Luxury Resort operates 

in compliance with legal requirements and the advice, recommendations and instructions of public health officials, recommendations and instructions on physical distancing, cleaning or disinfecting.

Signing Cottage/ or Boat Rental Agreement you accept social and financial responsibilities to prevent covid 19 spread and confirm you know are responsible for:

1.    Screening

We require all our guests to screen themselves for symptoms of COVID-19covid 19 before entry!!!

Guests can use the online screening tool to meet this requirement.

2.    Following all Government regulations, rules and recommendations. 

And the most important rules:

Can members of the same household be outside together? What about members of multiple households?

Ontarians are still allowed to exercise or gather outside with members of their household but not members of other households. All people who are seated together at an outdoor table must be members of the same household, a member of one other household who lives alone or a caregiver for any member of either household.


Those who live alone will be permitted to gather outdoors with one other household. Dog-walking is still permitted.

Will Ontarians be allowed to leave home to pick up takeout? Or for curbside pickup of general merchandise?

Ontarians can leave home for curbside pickup and takeout orders. Non-essential retail stores, including hardware stores, alcohol retailers and those offering curbside pickup or delivery, can only open between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Sector-specific public health and workplace safety measures and public health advice

This is only a summary of the measures in effect in Ontario. It is not intended to be legal advice or an interpretation of the law. Read the regulations for more details on the requirements for each zone:

2.1          General advice

General public health measures and advice for all zones

Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others. You are strongly advised to:

  • stay home as much as possible and leave only for essential purposes (work, school, food, health care, assisting vulnerable individuals or physical activity)

  • avoid social gatherings

  • limit close contacts to your household (the people you live with)

  • work from home if possible, and allow your employees to work from home if they can

  • avoid travel except for essential reasons

Follow public health advice:

  • stay home if you have symptoms, even if they are mild

  • wash your hands thoroughly and regularly

  • cover your cough

  • download the COVID Alert mobile app

  • get tested if you have symptoms compatible with COVID-19covid 19, or if you’ve been advised of exposure by your local public health unit or through the COVID Alert mobile app

Close contact, face coverings, gatherings and events

Limit close contact to your household (the people you live with).

Individuals who live alone, including seniors, may consider having exclusive, close contact with another household to help reduce the negative impacts of social isolation.

Maintain at least two metres of physical distancing from everyone else.

Wear a face covering or mask:

  • any time you are with someone who is not in your household

  • if physical distancing cannot be maintained

  • if wearing one is required

You must wear a face covering or mask and maintain physical distancing during permitted organized public events or social gatherings with individuals outside of your household.

Follow provincial and local restrictions on public and private gatherings.

Additional advice for Red–Control

  • Families should not visit any other household or allow visitors in their homes – people who live alone can gather with one household

  • Everyone should avoid social gatherings

Additional advice and measures for Grey–Lockdown

  • No indoor organized public events and social gatherings are permitted, except with members of the same household – people who live alone can gather with one household

2.2          Travel

Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others. Avoid travel except for essential reasons.


Within Ontario

Travel between regions will greatly increase the potential for spikes in community spread and can undo the progress we have made.

You should avoid travelling outside your region except for essential reasons.

Inter-provincial and international travel

Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health strongly advises that travel out of the province should be limited to essential purposes only.

When you return to Canada from abroad, you must:

  • follow federal government rules related to testing and quarantine

  • quarantine and stay home for 14 days whether you have symptoms or not

Should you have any questions, please call:

416-837-0852 Natalia

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