What does it mean to show proof of a Medical Exemption?

A medical exemption is the original signed letter from a physician or nurse practitioner that includes:

  • The name of the person in the written documentation that matches the identification provided
  • The physician's or nurse practitioner's information is complete by including:
    • Name, phone number, contact information, professional registration number, and signature of the physician or nurse practitioner
    • Statement that there is a medical reason for the individual's exemption from being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and
    • The duration the exemption is valid.

Further information of the Alberta Government's requirements can be found here.

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1. What is the Restrictions Exemption Program (REP)?
2. How will this be implemented?
3. What is considered proof of vaccination?
4. What does it mean to show proof of a negative COVID test?
5. What does it mean to show proof of a Medical Exemption?
6. Where is this program taking place?
7. What if I need to enter the building to pay an invoice or register my child for programming?
8. Do I have to show proof of vaccination to watch my children's programs or bring them to swimming lessons?
9. Does my child have to show proof of vaccination?
10. What if I only have one dose of the vaccine?
11. Where can I get a rapid test?
12. Do I still have to wear a mask?