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    Ontario’s Ford Government has announced its three-step plan to reopen the province. On May 22, outdoor recreational amenities will be open to the public said the government. The first amenities include places like golf courses and tennis courts. Outdoor limits on gatherings will be also be increased to allow these amenities to be used by 5 people. Activities include driving ranges, soccer, and other sports fields, tennis, basketball courts, and skate parks. However, there are no outdoor sports or recreational classes permitted.

    Even though the stay-at-home order expires on June 2, most non-essential businesses will be forced to close until the province starts its three-tier plan. The government said step one of the plan will likely begin on June 14.

    Step one of the plan will require 60 percent of adults in Ontario have received their first dose. There will be a focus on resuming outdoor activities with smaller crowds. Non-essential retail stores can operate at 15 percent capacity. Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people and limited outdoor dining will be allowed.

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