Hugs are making a comeback! 10 people can now be together without having to stay at a distance. Ontario social circles are here and the province has a step-by-step guide for building the perfect one.\nBy now you've heard the good news that you can finally hug your family and friends again now that Ontario has introduced social circles.\nWith those groups, you don't have to keep up physical distance and can hug to your heart's content.\nIf you've been trying to figure out just who to include in your new 10 person bubble, the province as a guide for that.\nYou have to start with your current circle.\nThat means the people you live with or who come into your home regularly like family members, roommates, another parent to your child that doesn't live with you or a babysitter or caregiver.\nIf your current circle is less than 10 people, you can add to it.\nRemember though, if you add people who live outside of your home, anyone in their household also has to be included.\nAlso, everyone that you live with has to be part of the same circle.\nThe province suggests asking yourself if the person you want to add lives with or comes into close contact with anyone else regularly.\nOntarians are encouraged to form social circles of up to 10 people that you don’t need to #PhysicalDistance with. This could include family, friends, and neighbours. Everyone in a household belongs to the same circle and can only be a part of one circle. https://t.co/ec37Gpps7H pic.twitter.com/gO3cnMBoBB— ONTHealth (@ONThealth) June 12, 2020\nOnce you figure out who you want to be in your circle whether it be exactly 10 people or less than that, you have to get agreement from everyone.\nWith that, people have to agree to only be in that one and physical distance from anybody not in.\nThen you have to keep your social circle safe.\nThat includes keeping a physical distance from people outside of it and following other public health advice like hand washing.\nIf someone in your group feels sick, they should tell the other people and self-isolate before getting testing.\n#PhysicalDistancing is not needed within your social circle. BUT if you feel sick, immediately stop contact with anyone in your circle, isolate yourself & contact your local public health unit, primary care provider or visit an assessment centre. https://t.co/ec37Gpps7H pic.twitter.com/dSxwMWRpYk— ONTHealth (@ONThealth) June 12, 2020\nAfter that, all that's left to do is be true to your circle.\nNobody should be in more than one.\nOntario Premier Doug Ford admitted that these new bubbles will be hard to enforce because of how big the province's population is.\nHowever, he's putting his trust in Ontarians.\n"The social circle police aren't going to be knocking on your door. We trust you're gonna be doing the right thing," he said.