Ontario is scheduled to start Step 2 of its COVID-19 reopening on June 30. This will allow small indoor gatherings to resume and personal care services can begin operating. Originally, the province was set to move on July 2, but with the declining case counts and increased vaccination efforts, the government moved it up earlier.
Specifically, Outdoor social gatherings can allow up to 25 people. Indoor social gatherings will be allowed but only up to five people. Essential and other select retail stores can let 50 per cent capacity and non-essential retail stores can open at 25 per cent capacity. Personal care services where masks are mandatory can operate at 25 per cent capacity. Outdoor patios and dining will allow up to six people per table, with exceptions to larger households.
Indoor religious services including weddings and funerals are permitted at 25 per cent capacity. Outdoor fitne4ss classes with limits on the number of people maintaining physical distancing. Outdoor sports with contact or modified to avoid touching, are permitted with no specific limits. Overnight camps for children can operate with safety guidelines from the government. Outdoor sports facilities with fans can allow 25 per cent capacity. Outdoor concerts, theatres, or cinemas can run with 25 per cent capacity.
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