The province said on Wednesday that the orders would be in effect until May 19.
The declaration, which was first introduced on March 17, extends the closure of outdoor equipment in parks and recreational areas, non-essential workplaces, public places, bars and restaurants, and restrictions on social gatherings.
It also prevents staff from working in multiple retirement or long-term care homes.
In addition, the province is extending emergency electricity tariff relief until the end of May.
Tariff relief applies to families, farms and small businesses.
Customers who pay electricity rates based on time of use will continue to be billed at the lowest price, known as off-peak prices, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
“During this extraordinary time, many people are struggling to pay the bills because they do the right thing by staying at home, as well as our farmers and those whose businesses have closed or suffered traffic losses. client, “said Prime Minister Doug Ford in a statement. Wednesday.
“Although we are making progress in our fight against this COVID-19 epidemic, we are not out of the woods yet. Extending this lower electricity rate will leave more money in people’s pockets until businesses can start reopening and people can go back to work. “