As of Tuesday, 27 public health regions have moved into the COVID-19 Response Framework. \nThis means that multiple regions have now entered different coloured zones, including Ontario's red zone. \nIf you are now in red control, here is everything that you need to know. \nEditor's Choice: Here's What You Can Do In Each Colour Zone When Most Of Ontario Reopens On Tuesday\n\nWho is currently in the red zone?\nAs of Tuesday, February 16, 2021, there are a total of 11 public health units in the red zone. \nThe regions that are now in the red are as follows: \n\nChatham-Kent Public Health \nCity of Hamilton Public Health Services \nDurham Region Health Department \nHalton Region Public Health \nMiddlesex-London Health Unit\nRegion of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services \nSimcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit \nSouthwestern Public Health \nThunder Bay District Health Unit\nWellington-Dufferin Guelph Public Health \nWindsor-Essex County Health Unit \n\nHowever, the government states that every two weeks they will be evaluating each region. \nThrough this evaluation, they will determine if more regions need to enter this zone or if some regions can leave it. \n\nWhat can you do in the red zone?\nResidents entering the red zone will have a lot more to do than they could in the lockdown. \nFor starters, restaurants and bars will now be open for indoor dining. However, capacity restrictions remain tight with only 10 people permitted indoors at a time.\nEstablishments must also stop serving alcohol by 9:00 p.m. and be closed by 10:00 p.m.\nGyms and fitness centres are open as well, but face similar restrictions with just 10 people allowed in areas with weights or exercise equipment.\nNon-essential retailers including big box stores can operate at 50% capacity.\nCasinos and some personal services, such as salons are also allowed to open in this zone. \n\nWhat is still closed in the red zone?\nIt's worth noting that while things are starting to open, the government still warns that residents should be staying home when possible. \nWhen it comes to your social circle, you should also still keep it in your household. \nIn the red zone, cinemas will remain closed. However, drive-in theatres are still permitted to be open. \nPersonal care services that require you to take off a face mask will also not be allowed to operate. \nSaunas, steam rooms, bathhouses and "other adult venues" are still closed.\nPerformance arts venues will also be closed unless it is a drive-thru.