As of April 8, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., a Stay-At-Home Order is in effect for all of Ontario.

This means you must stay at home. You should only go out for necessities, such as:

  • Going to the grocery store or pharmacy
  • Accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated)
  • Outdoor exercise or walking pets in your community
  • Going to work that cannot be done remotely
  • Attending school or a post-secondary institution
  • Businesses must ensure that all employees work from home if they can
  • Do not travel outside your region or the province unless absolutely necessary

Read the full list of reasons you can go out in the regulation.

For more information regarding the Colour-code Framework, Provincial Restrictions and Return to Framework Dates, please visit  COVID-19 Public Health Advice at

At this time the  Response Framework (colour-coded zones) is paused. Restrictions are as followed:

Gatherings and close contact
All events and social gatherings:

  • Indoors: not allowed, except with members of your household (or one other household if you live alone)
  • Outside: 5 people

Religious, wedding and funeral services:

  • Indoors: 15% capacity of the room
  • Outside: the number of people that can keep two metres physical distance from each other
  • This does not apply to receptions, which are not permitted indoors and are limited to five people outdoors

Rules for all businesses
All open businesses must:

  • Screen employees (you may use the COVID-19covid 19 screening tool)
  • Post signs at all entrances informing people how to screen themselves for COVID-19covid 19 before entering (see COVID-19covid 19 Signage Questions for Businesses and Organizations)
  • Limit capacity so guests can stay at least 2 metres apart
  • Make sure anyone indoors wears a mask or face covering, including workers who have to come within 2 metres of anyone else (with some exceptions)
  • Make sure workers use personal protective equipment (PPE) that protects their eyes, nose and mouth when they have to come within 2 metres of anyone who is not wearing a mask or face covering or separated by plexiglass
  • Clean and disinfect often-touched surfaces, such as equipment, washrooms, locker rooms, change rooms and showers frequently
  • Manage line ups to make sure customers are at least two metres apart and wearing face coverings or masks
  • Create a safety plan, post it in a place where workers and patrons will see it and have it available upon request

Full List of Restrictions Available

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