On Thursday, the Ontario government announced that the entire province would move into a shutdown on April 3. \nWhile regions will see tighter restrictions, such as the closure of outdoor patios, there are still a few things that you can do this weekend. \nEditor's Choice: Ontario's Shutdown Officially Starts This Saturday & Here Are The Rules\n\nCurrently, the government is still encouraging people to get outside and you can gather with five other people outdoors. \nYou are also still allowed to see members of the same household. If you live alone, you can join one other family. \nIn-person shopping will also remain open but will be restricted to 50% capacity for grocery stores and other essential services and 25% for big box stores and other retail.\nWeddings, funerals and religious services are still allowed to take place but will be reduced to 15% capacity indoors.\n\nWhat is closed under the new shutdown? \nWhile you are still able to have small outdoor gatherings and get outside, there are some things that will close under the new shutdown. \nBoth indoor and outdoor dining at restaurants is not allowed. \nAll indoor gatherings with people outside of your household are also prohibited. \nOn top of this, personal care services and fitness centers will also remain closed.