Ontario Announces Second Province-wide Shutdown
In a press conference Thursday afternoon, the Ontario government announced the second province-wide shutdown for Ontario.
The shutdown will begin on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at 12:01 am. The shutdown will last at least four weeks.
Everyone must work from home unless they must be on-site at their workplace
Indoor organized public events and social gatherings are not allowed, except with members of the same household
Individuals who live alone may gather with another household
Outdoor organized public events and social gatherings must not exceed 5 people.
Supermarkets and other stores that primarily sell groceries, convenience stores and pharmacies - 50% capacity
All other retail, including discount and big box retailers, liquor stores, cannabis stores, hardware stores and garden centres - 25% capacity
Weddings, funerals and other religious services, rites or ceremonies - 15% capacity
Restaurants - Takeout, Drive-Thru and Delivery only
Libraries - Contactless Curbside, Delivery or Pick-Up only
Amusement parks, water parks
Bathhouses and sex clubs
Casinos, bingo halls and gaming establishments
Concert venues, theatres and cinemas (includes drive in or drive through events)
Horse racing (open for training only, no races or spectators)
Indoor and outdoor recreational amenities
Museums and cultural amenities
Personal care services
Ski hills, golf courses and driving ranges
Tour and guide services
Zoos and aquariums (permitted to operate for the care of animals)
More details are available on the province's website here.