What's Open Toronto
We want to make sure that you stay up to date with the latest restrictions in Toronto and surrounding areas.
As more information becomes available, we will update this list!
Last updated on November 20th -
The Ontario Government has implemented a Colour - Coded System -
- Green - Prevent: focusing on education and public awareness, as well as safety measures in the workplace. The equivalent of the loosest restrictions allowable under stage 3.
- Yellow - Protect: enhanced target enforcement, fines and education to limit transmission.
- Orange - Restrict: implement enhanced measures, restrictions and enforcement while still avoiding closures.
- Red - Control: broad-scale measures across multiple sectors to control transmission. The equivalent of modified stage 2 restrictions.
- Lockdown - a measure of last and urgent resort: widespread restrictions, including closures, to halt transmission. The equivalent of modified stage 1 or pre-stage 1 measures. Declaration of emergency is possible.
What Colour - Coded Category is Toronto and the GTA In?
Premier Doug Ford has announced that as of 12:01 on Monday morning, Toronto and Peel Region will be moved into a lockdown.
- Schools and child care centres will remain open
- Restaurants will only be open for takeout, drive-through and delivery
- Religious services and weddings will be limited to 10 people indoors
- In person retail shopping will not be permitted, but stores can open for delivery or curb side pickup
- Malls will be closed, but stores will be open for curb side pickup
- Personal care services like barbers and salons will be forced to close
- Supermarkets, convenience stores, grocery stores, hardware stores and the LCBO and Beer Store will be open
- The lockdown will be in place for at least 28 days.
Halton, York, Hamilton will all remain in the red zone.