Starting on Tuesday at 12:01 a.m., 27 health regions are moving into Ontario's COVID-19 Response Framework. \nUnder this plan, regions will move into the green, yellow, orange, red or grey zone depending on the amount of COVID-19 cases they are experiencing. \nCurrently, no matter what the colour, every region is being told to stay home when possible and only keep your social circle to your own household. \nHowever, what is open in your region differs depending on what zone you are in. \nEditor's Choice: This Massive Ontario Home For Sale Is Under $800K & Has Stunning Views Of The Water\n\nGreen, Yellow and Orange Zones\nResidents in green, yellow and orange zones are allowed to shop indoors, so long as COVID-19 measures are in place. \nRetail stores, restaurants and bars are all allowed to open their doors. \nGyms and other fitness centres are permitted to hold 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors, while cinemas, personal care services and casinos are also permitted to open. \nThere are a few differences between these three zones, such as the hours of operations for restaurants and the number of people that are allowed in a retail store at one time. \nFor example, those in the green are allowed to dine under normal hours, while those in the yellow must close at 12 a.m. and those in the orange must close at 10 p.m. \nIt's also worth noting that under the orange zone all personal services that require you to remove your face mask are prohibited. \n\nRed Zone\nWhile the red zone still sees many of the same locations open as the previous zones, the restrictions are a bit tighter. \nRestaurants and bars can still serve customers inside. However, they must limit the number of people indoors at one time to 10.\nDining establishments must stop serving alcohol by 9:00 p.m. and close by 10:00 p.m.\nGyms can operate, but the maximum capacity for indoor exercise areas is limited to 10.\nCinemas are closed under the red zone. However, drive-in theatres are permitted to stay open. \n\nGrey Zone\nAlso known as the "lockdown zone," the grey section of Ontario's colour-coded reopening sees a lot more businesses shuttered. \nBars and restaurants are closed for dining but are still permitted to stay open for takeout or curbside pickup. \nGyms, cinemas and all personal care services also remain closed under this zone. \nHowever, non-essential stores can open, but they must restrict their capacity to 25%. \nEssential businesses like grocery stores, pharmacies and convenience stores will also remain open.