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    Next week, Premier Doug Ford’s government is set to announce its new plan for lifting more COVID-19 restrictions in Ontario. Currently, the province is in Step 3 of its reopening plan and senior officials in the government say the “Roadmap to Reopen” will be cautious. The lifting of pandemic measures will end capacity limits in all locations that require proof-of-vaccinations. These places include restaurants, bars, gyms, and clubs.

    Ontario entered Step 3 of its reopening in mid-July and officials say it is time to uncover a “revised pandemic plan”. Restrictions will lift if the province continues its success with vaccinated people and keeping the Delta variant at bay. In an interview, the official said “We owe people a clear plan to exit the roadmap… The work began months ago, we are finalizing plans now and we expect to release it late next week.”

    Not every public health measure will be lifted, such as the mandatory indoor-masking requirement. The plan will also indicate measures for locations that do not require proof of vaccinations such as places of worship.

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