Just over a month after Ontario implemented social distancing rules, it seems some people have already had enough. At the weekend, protestors were spotted at Queen's Park, and they were speaking out against COVID-19 restrictions. Holding signs that read “COVEXIT" and “I NEED A HAIRCUT,” anti-lockdown protestors in Toronto were in full-force.\nIt was not a quiet weekend at Toronto's Queen's Park. On Saturday, a group of protestors gathered to speak out against COVID-19 restrictions, and to urge the province to reopen non-essential businesses.\nReportedly chanting “Open up Ontario,” the activists congregated outside of the legislature, and demanded that the provincial restrictions were lifted immediately.\nOne person at the scene also reported chants of "the virus is a hoax" and "fear is the virus."\nDemonstrators were allegedly calling for an end to the shutdown of many services, including local businesses, public spaces and, according to the signs, barber shops and hairdressers.\nCBC News reports that the protest drew up to 200 people at its peak, many of whom held signs with very specific messages.\nThose involved in Saturday's demonstration carried signs with notes such as "COVEXIT," "I NEED A HAIRCUT" and "REAL EYES, REALIZE, REAL LIES."\nWe are on our way to Kensington Market to support local businesses with our weekly grocery shopping and we passed by what appears to be an idiot march at Queen's Park pic.twitter.com/6Im0PbhJHW— MGKovid-19 (@mightygodking) April 25, 2020\nLive at Queen's Park in Toronto, protestors chant "The virus is a hoax" and "Fear is the virus" as they demonstrate against strict coronavirus shutdown measures. pic.twitter.com/D8JrkLgGpu— Barrett Wilson (@BarrettWilson6) April 25, 2020\nOntario protestor says: “if only our ‘lamestream media’ treated Trudeau the way they do Trump in the United States.”He says the entire media is bought off. pic.twitter.com/9lmR3KyDng— Barrett Wilson (@BarrettWilson6) April 25, 2020\nOne incorrectly spelled sign from the protest reads, “LOCKDOWN DAMAGE WILL BE WOSRE THAN THE VIRUS,” while another says, “SIGN UP HERE TO DIE FOR THE ECONOMY.”\nIn another image, two people can be seen holding signs that read, “FREE THE STRONG,” and also “PROTECT THE VULNERABLE.”\nWhile one lady carries a sign that reads, "REAL EYES, REALIZE, REAL LIES," somebody else holds one that says, "I NEED A HAIRCUT."\nAnother simply says, “COVEXIT.”\nImages from the current #endtheshutdown #protest in #toronto (I am not protesting, I am here covering this independently - I am wearing mask/gloves and distanced) #queenspark @blogTO @nationalpost @globalnewsto pic.twitter.com/LsF8e371Cj— Klara Quinton (@KlaraQuinton) April 25, 2020\n#Toronto #protests #COVID19 #QueensPark (I am not protesting, I am covering independently, socially distanced and wore protective gear) pic.twitter.com/Yj551OvpBy— Klara Quinton (@KlaraQuinton) April 25, 2020\nProtesters claim “we will keep doing this every week” #COVID19 #Toronto #Protest #queenspark (I am not protesting, I am following social distancing and wearing protective gear, and covering this independently) pic.twitter.com/Khz8QyVstY— Klara Quinton (@KlaraQuinton) April 25, 2020\nSpeaking about the protests in Toronto, Ontario Premier Doug Ford blasted the "bunch of yahoos" that were involved.\nIn response to a question about the demonstrations, Ford explained, "It’s irresponsible, reckless and it's selfish."\n"There's no one that wants to open up the economy more than I do, and everyone else," he added, "but we're going to do it responsibly."\nProtesters not social distancing. Letting kids play together. Images from the current #endtheshutdown #protest in #toronto (I am not protesting, I am here covering this independently - I am wearing mask/gloves and distanced) #queenspark @blogTO @nationalpost @globalnewsto pic.twitter.com/8CLBPteY0p— Klara Quinton (@KlaraQuinton) April 25, 2020\nProtesters shouting “we don’t want loans we want back to work” Images from the current #endtheshutdown #protest in #toronto (I am not protesting, I am here covering this independently - I am wearing mask/gloves and distanced) #queenspark @blogTO @nationalpost @globalnewsto pic.twitter.com/dzoecAJJal— Klara Quinton (@KlaraQuinton) April 25, 2020\nThe province has been under a state of emergency for just over 40 days, and the region's non-essential businesses have remained closed as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise.\nAs of Monday, there were 14,856 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ontario. 892 people have died.