On January 31st, the City of Toronto is resuming many services and reopening facilities as Toronto and all of Ontario enter the next stage of the Province of Ontario’s reopening framework. This next phase of reopening allows for the restart of many businesses and services, including recreational programs and centres, with public health requirements and capacity restrictions in place to protect residents and staff.
As of 31st morning, Toronto residents are also permitted to eat indoors at bars and restaurants, resume going to gyms and gather with up to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors, subject to capacity limits and public health measures. Theatres and museums are also permitted to open.
The City has now updated the COVID-19: Guide for Residents with the latest information on what is and is not permitted under the new provincial regulations. For up-to-date information about impacted City services, residents are encouraged to visit the City’s COVID-19: Changes to City Services webpage.