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7 Things You Can Do In Toronto's Red Zone Right Now

Drive-in theatres and shopping malls are still a go.
Toronto's Red Zone Still Has Some Venues Open... For Now

On Tuesday, Toronto's Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa announced that more restrictions are being put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Toronto's red zone will see the closure of multiple venues on Saturday, but some spots will still remain open in the city. 

While you won't be able to go to a cinema anytime soon, you can still go catch a film at drive-in theatres. 

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COVID-19 is spreading at an alarming rate that we haven’t seen before in our city.  Dr. Eileen de Villa

Don't worry about a shaggy look, because hair salons and other personal services will also still be able to remain open.

However, any service that requires the removal of your mask, including facials, will be prohibited.

Torontonians will also still be able to get some holiday shopping in, as malls aren't going anywhere.  

On top of that, you can still attend weddings and religious services as long as they are at 30% capacity indoors, with a maximum of 50 people. 

The city also states that residents are still able to go to work and school while in the red zone as long as proper safety measures are followed. 

However, working from home is encouraged. 

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