What is allowed to reopen? – .

What is allowed once Ontario enters Stage 2 of its plan to reopen COVID-19 – .

TORONTO – Ontario is set to take the next step in its plan to reopen on June 30, allowing for small indoor gatherings and the resumption of personal care services for the first time in months.

The province was originally scheduled to move to Stage 2 on July 2, but, citing the drop in the number of cases and hospitalizations linked to COVID-19, the government decided to move forward a few days earlier.

Here’s a full list of what will be allowed from June 30:

• Outdoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to 25 people

• Indoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to five people

• Core and other selected retail trade allowed at 50% capacity

• Non-essential retail authorized at 25% of capacity

• Personal care services where face coverings can be worn at all times can resume at 25% of capacity

• Outdoor dining with up to six people per table, with exceptions for large households

• Religious services, interior rites or ceremonies, including weddings and funerals, permitted up to 25% of capacity per room

• Outdoor fitness classes limited to the number of people who can maintain a physical distance of three meters

• Outdoor sports without contact or modified to avoid contact, with no specified limit on the number of people or teams participating, with restrictions

• Night camps for children operating in a manner consistent with safety guidelines produced by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health

• Outdoor sports facilities with spectators authorized at 25% of their capacity

• Open-air concert halls, theaters and cinemas, with spectators allowed at 25% of their capacity

• Outdoor horse races and motor circuits, with spectators allowed at 25% of their capacity

• Open air fairs, rural exhibitions, festivals, allowed at 25% of capacity and with other restrictions


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