Monday 8 February 2021

Coronavirus Canada: Ontario begins phased reopening Wednesday

Global News shows that Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Health Minister Christine Elliott on Monday announced that the province would begin a phased reopening starting Feb. 10 as Coronavirus COVID-19 numbers begin to decrease.

The current stay-at-home order remains in place in most of the province.

Over the month, public health units would move to regional restrictions based on public health indicators.

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health, Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health, and Renfrew County and District Health Unit will move into the province’s previous colour-coded framework on Wednesday.

On Feb. 16, all other health units except for Toronto, Peel and York will move into the framework, with the final three regions lifting the stay-at-home order on Feb. 22.

Here are Ontario's Coronavirus COVID-19 colour codes:

Green (Prevent)

Yellow (Protect)

Orange (Restrict)

Red (Control)

Gray (Lockdown)

Coronavirus Covid-19 Cases Overview:


Total cases: 806K
Recovered: 743K
Deaths: 20,819


Total cases: 106M
Recovered: 59.3M
Deaths: 2.32M

1 comment:

  1. I am looking forward to the re-opening. There is something about a regular face-to-face conversation that is better than other communications. There is also talking to people from a distance of many meters. There is also screaming so that the person on the other side of the farm hears you.