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Coronavirus: A look at new restrictions under Ontario’s stay-at-home order

COVID-19 infections that threaten to overrun the health-care system.Residents will be required to stay home, leaving only for essentials like work, food, health-care services, work or exercise, for at least 28 days.The state of emergency gives police and bylaw officers authority to enforce the public health rules with tickets.Here’s a look at what the new restrictions mean.

Ontario declares 2nd state of emergency, issues stay-at-home order — Indoor social gatherings and events barred except among people in the same household.— Outdoor gatherings limited to five people, with “limited exceptions.”— Religious services, weddings, funerals and other ceremonies limited to 10 people with physical distancing and face coverings.— Employers should.

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