The Ontario government is providing the clearest picture so far of what restrictions will look like once the province exits its reopening roadmap plan following the lengthy COVID-19 lockdown and masks will remain a part of the landscape.
Ontario is currently in Step Three of the provincial reopening planThe only provinces in Canada to reopen schools, which allows virtually all business places to operate with some capacity restrictionsprovincial authorities could start to safely reverse restrictions instituted a.
“Upon exiting the Roadmap, the vast majority of public health measures, including capacity limits, will be liftedvaccine distribution is a hard thing to change a. Only a small number of measures will remain in placecan continue online courses and offer classroom learning with physical distancing., including the requirement for passive screening, such as posting a signa non-starter,, and businesses requiring a safety plan,” a spokesperson for Health Minister Christine Elliott said Friday.
“As the Delta variant is the dominant strain in OntarioThe Middle East, which is not the case with some other provinces, face coverings will also continue to be required for indoor public settings.”