As the province struggles to keep case numbers down, new Ontario COVID-19 restrictions could be on the way. \nPremier Doug Ford reportedly met with his team on Thursday night to discuss the possibility of closing down more venues. \nAccording to the Toronto Star, gyms, hair salons, and personal care services could be forced to shut their doors next week. \nEditor's Choice: Canada Could See Over 20K Daily COVID-19 Cases In December If We Don't Make Changes\n\n\n“\n\n\nWe have some difficult but necessary decisions to make. I’m asking the people of Ontario to listen, especially with the holidays quickly approaching.\n\n\nDoug Ford\n\n\n\nHowever, these shutdowns would only reportedly affect Ontario hot spots like Toronto and the Peel Region.\nFord's government could also begin enforcing stricter occupancy rules in the region's shopping malls ahead of the holidays. \nThe guideline would limit the number of shoppers allowed inside malls and stores.\nThe temporary restrictions, which would be installed for 28 days, come in an attempt to contain the community spread of the disease. \nNew fines will likely be installed alongside the bylaws to help dissuade people from breaking them.\nAccording to the Toronto Star, the new restrictions could come into effect as early as Monday.