On Friday, Doug Ford announced that some of the province's hot spots will be going into lockdown starting next week.
While multiple venues will be forced to close their doors, there still are a few things that will remain open during the Toronto and Peel lockdown.
You won't be able to go to any gyms, shopping malls or hair salons, but you can still go to school. Restaurants will be limited to take-out and delivery.
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Christine Elliott, Ontario's Minister of Health, announced on Friday that along with schools, childcare will also keep their doors open.
Pharmacies, doctors, dental offices and other essential services will also remain open as long as they follow social distancing rules.
You'll still also be able to grab some food, as Elliott reveals that grocery stores won't be closing their doors.
Shopping centres and restaurants can also still do pick-up and delivery.
Both regions will go into lockdown on Monday, November, 23 at 12:01 a.m.