In an attempt to make sure that nothing is lost in translation about Ontario's stay-at-home order, Ford just spoke 21 different languages in under a minute.

In a video posted on his social media on Thursday, the premier urged Ontarians to stay home in languages like Russian, Farsi, Arabic, French, and Polish.

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"There is one thing uniting Ontarians right now and that is: stay-at-home," he said.

In addition to the stay-at-home order, the premier issued a state of emergency in Ontario for the second time during the pandemic. 

Despite this, though, police were called to 11 large gatherings in a single night in Toronto and laid multiple charges.

Ford insists that there's nothing confusing about staying home to save lives. It seems that he's going above and beyond to make sure that every Ontarian gets the message.

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