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You won't be able to stay at your favourite bar until 2 a.m. starting soon, and you might want to take a rain check on any New Year's Eve plans.

The Ontario government just announced additional measures will be put in place in response to the Omicron variant, and restaurants, bars and establishments serving food or drink will be getting a whole host of new restrictions.

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The University of Guelph is considering enforcing a curfew after a COVID-19 outbreak on campus.

President Charlotte Yates announced on Sunday that the new safety measures would target student residences. 

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The majority of residents support a curfew in Ontario, according to a new poll from Leger and the Association of Canadian Studies.

Sixty-two percent of the 602 surveyed Ontarians said they would support the provincial government's decision to implement a curfew, but 45% of Ontarians said they didn't believe that specific restriction would help stop the spread of COVID-19.

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Premier Doug Ford might be following the lead of Quebec Premier François Legault and announcing an Ontario curfew later this week.

According to an article from Global News, Doug Ford and the Ontario government are considering implementing a curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., similar to the one Quebec announced last week.

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After Quebec Premier François Legault announced a 4-week provincial curfew on Wednesday, Premier Doug Ford said that a curfew in Ontario wasn't off the table.

However, Dr. Colin Furness, assistant professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, said to Narcity in an email that a curfew would have a limited impact right now — for a few reasons.

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