Ford just released part two of his multilingual campaign to get everyone on board with Ontario's stay-at-home order.\nIn the video, the premier attempts to speak another 17 languages, "just in case some of you need a quick reminder."\nEditor's Choice: Johnson & Johnson Says Their Vaccine Is Effective With Canada Expecting 38 Million Doses\n\nGood Morning, Ontario.I want to thank everyone who has been staying at home these last few weeks. I know it’s tough, but we are starting to see our hard work pay off. In case some of you need a reminder, I’ve tried my best to be clear: please stay at home. pic.twitter.com/Wvur2UsD6S— Doug Ford (@fordnation) January 29, 2021\n\nFord starts out by demonstrating "stay home" in sign language. He then attempts to convey the same message in Gujarati, Dutch, Bengali, Mohawk, Serbian, Hebrew, Patois, and several others.\nThe premier released his first video last week, in which he says "stay home" in 21 different languages.\nThe video quickly became a target of parodies by local comedians, including YouTuber Brittlestar who shared his own hilarious take on the clip.\nToronto-based comedian Neema Nazeri posted his own Doug Ford-inspired "Stay Home" parody on Instagram, one-upping the premier with 23 accents. \nFord recently extended Ontario's stay-at-home order by an additional two weeks.\nHealth officials said on Thursday that while our measures to combat transmission seem to be bringing case numbers down, the new variants pose a significant threat. \nIt seems that Ford will stop at nothing to ensure that all Ontarians hear his message loud and clear.