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Premier Doug Ford announced Ontario's long-term plan for COVID-19 in a press conference on Friday and has announced that face masks won't be required forever.

According to a government press release, face masks could no longer be required in indoor settings as of March 28, 2022.

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Ontario will announce the exit plan from step three of the Roadmap to Reopen on Friday.

A media representative for Ontario's ministry of health told Narcity that they will be "releasing Ontario's plan to safely reopen and manage COVID-19 for the long term," right before the weekend.

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Mayor John Tory says there is "no definitive time" for when restrictions will loosen in Ontario, but he did confirm that discussions are ongoing during an interview with Breakfast Television on Thursday morning.

"Well there's discussions that are ongoing, and I've talked to the premier a couple of times about it because you know we're all aware of the fact that we need to have consistent rules and policies that apply across all sectors of the economy and that includes our friends in the restaurant business who have had really big struggles for the last number of months," said Tory.

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Ontario officially moved into step three of the reopening plan at 12:01 a.m. on July 16 and so many changes have now come into effect.

You're going to want to call up your friends because the government has new gathering rules in Ontario during step three and they are so much bigger.

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