Ontario extends stay-at-home order to June 2




As the number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario remains high , the Stay-at-Home order has been extended until June 2. It was set to expire on May 20.

Premier Doug Ford said,“We need to do everything in our power to protect this summer for all Ontarians,”  “These are precious weeks we won’t put to waste”said Ford.

What this means:
The COVID-19covid 19 Response Framework (colour-coded zones) is paused.

We must all follow temporary restrictions and public health and workplace safety measures.

The Stay-at-Home order is in place until June 2, 2021, as the province continues to deal with the impacts of COVID-19.

Stay at home
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:

the grocery store or pharmacy
health care services (including going to medical appointments or getting vaccinated)
outdoor exercise or walking pets in your community
work that cannot be done remotely
child care or school