Sara
Newbie July 2020 Ontario

Tent - outdoor or indoor?

Sara, on July 14, 2021 at 17:44 Posted in Ontario 0 3
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Can someone help me. Is a tent considered an indoor venue? If it’s outside at a staffed venue?

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Latest activity by Tracy, on July 20, 2021 at 10:33
  • Tracy
    Frequent user August 2021 Ontario
    Tracy ·
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    A tent that is not enclosed is considered outdoor, the regulation states:


      • If an outdoor area is covered by a roof, canopy, tent, awning, or other element - at least two full sides of the entire outdoor area must be open to the outdoors and must not be substantially blocked by any walls or other impermeable physical barriers.
      • Limit capacity under the tent/canopy to ensure physical distancing can be maintained.
      • Arrange tables and chairs to promote physical distancing.
      • Require masks or face coverings if physical distancing cannot be maintained.

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  • Hank
    Featured September 2021 Ontario
    Hank ·
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    Anything where two sides are fully open is considered outdoor. So this could be two "walls" or an open roof + one side.

    So as long as you're not using one of those circus tents where every side is draped off and you have to "open" a doorway, it's outdoor.

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  • Tunisha
    Featured October 2021 Ontario
    Tunisha ·
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    Hello Sara,


    I would think that it would be considered outdoor even though using a tent. As it is not an actual building… maybe I am wrong. 😂
    Let’s see what others say…
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