COVID-19 Sample Clauses

COVID-19. Residents acknowledge that in March 2020 the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic of the virus leading to COVID-19. The Governments of Canada, the Province of Ontario, and local Governments responded to the pandemic with legislative amendments, controls, orders, by-laws, requests of the public, and requests and requirements to Humber (collectively, the “Directives”). It is uncertain how long the pandemic, and the related Directives, will continue, and it is unknown whether there may be a resurgence of the virus leading to COVID-19 or any mutation thereof (collectively, “COVID- 19”). Without limiting the generality of the foregoing paragraph, Humber shall not be held legally responsible or be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement for any damages or loss arising out of or caused by:
COVID-19. Employees of Contractor and/or persons working on its behalf, including, but not limited to, subcontractors (collectively, “Contractor Personnel”), while performing services under this Agreement and prior to interacting in person with City employees, contractors, volunteers, or members of the public (collectively, “In-Person Services”) must be fully vaccinated against the novel coronavirus 2019 (“COVID-19”). “Fully vaccinated” means that 14 or more days have passed since Contractor Personnel have received the final dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series (Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech) or a single dose of a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine (Xxxxxxx & Xxxxxxx/Xxxxxxx) and all booster doses recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Prior to assigning Contractor Personnel to perform In-Person Services, Contractor shall obtain proof that such Contractor Personnel have been fully vaccinated. Contractor shall retain such proof for the document retention period set forth in this Agreement. Contractor shall grant medical or religious exemptions (“Exemptions”) to Contractor Personnel as required by law. If Contractor wishes to assign Contractor Personnel with Exemptions to perform In- Person Services, Contractor shall require such Contractor Personnel to undergo weekly COVID-19 testing, with the full cost of testing to be borne by Contractor. If Contractor Personnel test positive, they shall not be assigned to perform In-Person Services or, to the extent they have already been performing In-Person Services, shall be immediately removed from those assignments. Furthermore, Contractor shall immediately notify City if Contractor Personnel performing In-Person Services (1) have tested positive for or have been diagnosed with COVID-19, (2) have been informed by a medical professional that they are likely to have COVID-19, or (3) meet the criteria for isolation under applicable government orders.
COVID-19. I accept and understand that, due to the global pandemic involving COVID-19, by attending this event I am placing myself at serious risk of contracting COVID-19, which may lead to serious injury and death. I accept and certify that I do not have any COVID-19-related symptoms, and if I do, I will immediately leave the event. I UNDERSTAND AND AGREE, ON BEHALF OF MYSELF, AND ANY AND ALL SPOUSES, HEIRS, ASSIGNS, PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES, AND NEXT OF KIN THAT MY SIGNING OF THIS DOCUMENT CONSTITUTES:
COVID-19 a. Licensee and University acknowledge that the full impact of COVID-19 is not currently known or reasonably foreseeable. In the event that circumstances related to COVID-19, or to any reoccurrence of the COVID-19 virus, reasonably prevent or hinder a party’s performance hereunder, the party whose performance is affected may invoke the Force Majeure clause of this Agreement and be excused from liability for its failure or delay in performing its obligations hereunder, even if the circumstances related to COVID-19 were foreseeable at the time of the partiesexecution of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in no event shall Licensee be excused from paying any fees or amounts owed for the period of time during which Licensee occupied the housing facility.
COVID-19. Since January 1, 2020, the Company and the Significant Subsidiaries have (i) complied, in all respects, with all all statutes, rules, or regulations applicable to their respective businesses and operations relating to COVID-19, including those relating to (A) shelter-in-place, quarantine and other similar orders, (B) the maintenance of safe and acceptable working conditions, and (C) employee benefits, privacy or labor and employment, including with respect to the furlough or termination of employees, the reduction or modification of compensation or employee benefits or the administration of employee leaves of absence, except, in each case, where such failure would not reasonably be expected to result in a Material Adverse Change.
COVID-19. The parties acknowledge the existence of “COVID-19”. The Recipient must notify the Ministry (as soon as reasonably practicable) where the implications of “COVID-19” may impact on, or prevent the delivery of the Project or any part of the Project. For the avoidance of doubt, the Recipient will deliver all parts of the Project that are not impacted by “COVID-19”. In the event that that there is a reasonable likelihood that the Project will not be completed by the Completion Date, then this Agreement may be varied by agreement in writing between the parties.
COVID-19. Except as disclosed in the Public Disclosure Record or as mandated by or in conformity with the recommendations of a Governmental Authority, there has been no material closure, suspension or disruption to, the operations or workforce productivity of the Corporation or the Subsidiaries as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic and, except as disclosed in the Public Disclosure Record, any such government mandatory closures have not materially affected the Corporation or its Subsidiaries, on a consolidated basis. The Corporation has been monitoring the COVID-19 Pandemic and the potential impact on all of its operations and has put in place measures it considers reasonable and in accordance in all material respects with the recommendations of Governmental Authorities to ensure the wellness of all of its employees and surrounding communities where the Corporation and the Subsidiaries continue to operate.