Ontario plans to transition into the primary phases of its reopening plan three days ahead of schedule. This includes loosening restrictions on retail and outdoor activities the government said. According to the government, the decision was finalized based on vaccination rates and the “continuing improvements in key public health indicators.”
Premier Doug Ford took the time to thank Ontarians for their “enormous sacrifices” and gave credit to the immunization campaign for allowing it to happen. The province’s plan is called the Roadmap to Reopen and originally was supposed to begin phase one of the plan on June 14. Instead, it will be in effect at 12:01 ET Friday.
Phase 1 will allow for larger outdoor gatherings, patio dining will allow up to four people, and non-essential retail to open at 15 per cent capacity. On top of that outdoor religious services, group exercise, and day camps for children can commence, with the proper limitations and health measures in effect.
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