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    Today, the government in Ontario lifted capacity limits for restaurants, gyms, casinos, and some other locations where proof of vaccination is required. The province said this is another step forward at achieving its goal of removing all public health measures by late March. Any museums, galleries, places of worship, and personal care settings that require proof of vaccination will also be able to lift capacity limits.

    Ontario’s Premier Doug Ford unveiled this development on Friday after explaining plans for the pandemic long term. All public health measures and mask mandates will be lifted by late March if the province is in a safe position. The proof of vaccination requirements will start to be given early next year and will start with restaurants, bars, gyms, and casinos in January.

    Health officials in Ontario said the daily case numbers have been on a downward trend. On Monday morning, the number of cases globally was more than 243.7 million cases of COVID-19, according to Johns Hopkins University’s coronavirus tracking tool.

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