It looks like you will be holding onto your mask until at least the summer. \nThe City announced on Wednesday that Toronto face coverings will continue to be mandatory until at least June. \nEditor's Choice: York Public Health Says People Are Catching The U.K. Variant On Two-Minute Shopping Trips\n\n\n\nJune 8\n\n\nThe date the bylaw will stay in place. \n\n\nToronto approved the extension of its temporary mask bylaw until 12:01 a.m. on June 8, the date set for their City Council meeting. \nThis means that residents are required to continue to wear coverings in indoor public settings and common areas in apartments.\nIt is also still recommended to wear a face mask whenever it is not possible to keep your distance. \n"These bylaws are a temporary and necessary response to the ongoing pandemic," read a statement from the City. \nThe announcement comes in the same week that these bylaws were set to expire across the city. \nHowever, it is recommended that Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health will check-in monthly to see if these bylaws still need to be in place.