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KFL&A one of three Ontario public health regions to have COVID-19 restrictions lifted

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Ontario begins phased reopening Wednesday, majority of regions to remain in lockdown The province’s regional move to lifting restrictions is being embraced by Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce CEO Karen Cross.“For our members, it is a great day for businesses to get back to our new normal.” said CrossCross says she’s been fielding calls from Chamber members even before Premier Doug Ford’s 1 p.m.

announcement.“What does this mean for me? What can I do? How can I open? When can I open?” Cross told Global Kingston, describing some of those calls.Cross says many of the Chamber’s more than 800 members have been able to adapt and offer online ordering and curbside pickup, but that’s not the case for all businesses.“Some of the hardest-hit.

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