Ford Reportedly Wants To Slash Indoor Gatherings To 10 People In Toronto
The 6ix could be headed backwards in its reopening plan. Premier Doug Ford is reportedly considering reducing Toronto's indoor gatherings to 10 people after a recent surge in COVID-19 cases.
At the moment, no formal decision has been made. However, sources told CP24 that both indoor and outdoor events could be limited.
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Potential new indoor gathering limit in Toronto
Outdoor gatherings are also expected to be cut, limiting them to just 25 people.
This new move would also apply to both Peel and Ottawa, who have also seen an increase in cases.
Currently, indoor gatherings stand at 50 people, while outdoor gatherings are at 100.
Toronto confirmed 77 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.