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COVID-19 restrictions are lifting across Ontario faster than some establishments anticipated, and not everyone is ready to get rid of them just yet.

On February 14, Premier Doug Ford announced that the timeline for Ontario to drop restrictions was being sped up, with an end to capacity limits and proof of vaccination.

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Well, it's official, the Ford government has dropped their updated timeline for when restrictions will ease up in Ontario, and it's starting on Thursday.

As of February 17, at 12:01 a.m., a slew of public health measures will be lifted in Ontario, which will affect capacity limits and gathering sizes.

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Ontario officially moved into a modified Step Two of reopening on January 5 with (semi-) new COVID-19 restrictions in place.

This means indoor social gatherings have been reduced to five people, schools are switching to virtual learning for at least the next two weeks, and indoor dining and gyms are now temporarily closed.

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Starting this weekend, Ontario's new COVID-19 restrictions will start and there are updated rules around gatherings, restaurants and other businesses.

The provincial government announced additional measures on December 17 that are meant to slow the spread of the Omicron variant.

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Yet another region in Ontario is reinstating some stricter COVID-19 health measures due to a rise in cases.

As of November 27, a class order will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. in Kingston, as well as the Frontenac and Lennox & Addington regions, implementing stricter indoor social gathering capacities at private dwellings.

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