Here is a place to stay if you need to keep away from others. The new Toronto isolation centre for COVID-19 has officially opened and the rooms are actually so nice. It's completely voluntary for people to go there.\nAs of September 12, the centre is open for people who have COVID-19 or those who are at risk of getting the virus from someone in their household.\nToronto Public Health case managers will offer people a stay at the centre but the decision to go there is completely up to the person.\nEditor's Choice: Kyle Lowry Has The Most Wholesome Reaction To The Raptors Leaving The NBA Bubble (VIDEO)\nFor people who are at risk because of someone they live with, staff will also figure out if they qualify based on the individual person's needs.\nWhere exactly the centre is in the city hasn't been revealed but we now know that people will be housed in an unoccupied hotel.\nThe City of Toronto tweeted a photo of a room in the centre and it looks like a typical hotel room.\nThere's a huge bed, a headboard with a light in it if you want to do some reading at night and a sitting area with a couch for lounging during the day.\nThe centre provides a safe, comfortable place to self-isolate, primarily for people with #COVID19 infection. A stay at the centre will be offered by @TOPublicHealth Public Health case managers and the decision to accept a stay at the centre is entirely voluntary. pic.twitter.com/jBGXtG9QLi— City of Toronto (@cityoftoronto) September 12, 2020\nThis is a place for people to safely self-isolate while being comfortable at the same time.\nIt's in a low-density area so that there is quiet and privacy.\nPeople who choose to stay at the centre will get their own room and meals.\nThey will also have daily contact with Toronto Public Health for guidance through the 14-day isolation period.\nThere is room for up to 140 people to stay.\nToday, I had the pleasure of joining Health Minister Patty Hadju and Dr. Eileen de Villa to announce the opening of an isolation centre in Toronto. This centre will play a key role in our continued response to COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/hPJcK760MX— John Tory (@JohnTory) September 11, 2020\nToronto's new centre is modelled on similar places in other cities where there's been a struggle for people to self-isolate because of how many people live in their household.\nThis has been fully funded by the federal government.\nOn September 12, Ontario reported over 200 new cases of COVID-19 for the second day in a row.