The premier says that he's relying on the public to follow the rules instead of putting up roadblocks in Ontario to curb intra-provincial travel. \nPremier Doug Ford told CTV's Your Morning on Tuesday that he doesn't plan on barring Ontarians from travelling to areas with lower transmission rates but also indicated that "everything is on the table." \nEditor's Choice: 11 Students From Ontario Were Just Caught Partying At A Cottage In Quebec\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nWe can't be putting roadblocks up on Highway 11 and stopping [...] people from moving from Point A to Point B.\n\n\nDoug Ford \n\n\n"It's hard to police an area with close to 15 million people — the size of California and Texas."\n"We've been relying on the people of Ontario to follow the guidelines and protocols laid out by the chief medical officer," he said. "I have confidence in the people of Ontario. We've been working well together."\n"What's good for Kenora isn't always good for Toronto and Peel and York, where the vast majority of cases are happening right now," he said. \nToday, 27 public health units re-entered the provincial COVID-19 framework. Ford maintains that this is not a reopening, but a cautious "transitioning."\n"We're still going to have the strictest restrictions in the country," said Ford. \nToronto, Peel, York, and North Bay Parry Sound will remain under the stay-at-home order until at least February 22. Then, these regions could immediately go into the grey-lockdown zone, according to Ford.