Premier Doug Ford to deliver strategy beyond Phase 3 of Ontario’s Kovid-19 restart project


Toronto-Ontario Premier Doug Ford is gearing up to launch the province’s long-standing COVID-19 re-opening strategy Friday afternoon.

The province has been in phase 3 of its reopening project for more than three months, which allowed it to reopen all indoor services with capacity limits and public health measures.

The province has lifted the capability of some large venue settings for sports and concerts, but has made no other changes to other businesses.

The restrictions on the capacity of restaurants and gyms in Ontario can be lifted next Monday, according to CTV News Toronto. Multiple sources said the Ford cabinet discussed when to dial mandatory camouflage policies in public settings.

Some sources have suggested the spring may be a potential deadline for ending the concealed order, while others said it intended to slow down public health measures in January.

The Cabinet is considering an opt-in proof of the vaccination policy for certain sectors of the economy, which will allow firms or clients to be in full capacity as long as they are required to vaccinate.

The Prime Minister made the exit strategy at 2pm on Friday afternoon, with Health Minister Christine Elliott, Chief Medical Officer, Dr.

This announcement is broadcast live on and CTV News Op.



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