Bruce Power closes Visitors Centre in wake of Covid-19
Bruce Power has closed their Visitors' Centre temporarily in the wake of what's happening right now with Covid-19.
The issued this release to the media ~
At Bruce Power, we are taking every precaution to try and make sure people who work at – and visit – Bruce Power don’t contract COVID-19.
We also recognize our role within the broader community and are taking reasonable efforts to protect others.
The organization has taken a number of preventative actions proactively in every area of our operation.
Externally, given recent developments and uncertainty around potential spread, we have made the decision to temporarily close the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre and its programming effective immediately.
This will include next week’s planned March Break Program. We were expecting up to 1,500 visitors during the March Break program from a wide geographic area, including outside of the region, and believe out of an abundance of caution the right thing to do is to cancel these activities.
Safety is our number one value and we are committed to taking every possible action to make sure everyone who is on our premises gets home safely to their families.
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