Starting today, Ontarians will no longer be required to wear masks in schools, retail establishments, or most other public locations. In a tweet on March 21, Premier Doug Ford praised residents for their assistance in getting Ontario to this next stage of the COVID-19 pandemic’s end. “Today is a watershed moment in our struggle against COVID. “Ontario is now at a point where we can safely remove the mask mandate in most circumstances thanks to your hard work, sacrifice, and determination to rise to the occasion,” he wrote. Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, said on March 9 that required masking restrictions would be repealed in most public venues, with the exception of some crowded indoor locations such as public transportation, health care settings, long-term care facilities, and shelters. By the end of April, the province wants … Continue reading Ontario Lifts Mask Requirements In MOST Public Spaces. Yet Still Want To Mask Their Children.
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