Ford says there will be 'further restrictions moving forward'

Justin Trudeau looks on during a news conference in Ottawa Ontario Canada

The Ontario Medical Association also joined the calls for stricter measures and a stay-at-home order to address the increase in COVID-19 cases.

"We're going to have further restrictions moving forward very, very quickly". That could be extended if the situation doesn't improve, TPH noted.

Dr. Eileen de Villa of Toronto, Dr. Lawrence C. Loh of Peel Region, and Dr.

The decision comes a day after neighbouring Peel Region opted to shut down its schools on Monday.

Caitlin Clark, spokesperson for Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce, said the provincial government believes schools are safe and not sources of transmission.

"Don't close elementary schools".

The president of the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario said all schools in hot spot regions should move to online learning until all teachers can be vaccinated. Restaurants - which were allowed to reopen outdoor dining only a week earlier - were limited to takeout and delivery orders, supermarkets and pharmacies were ordered to operate at 50 per cent capacity, and other retailers were told to reduce to 25 per cent capacity.

Ford says officials will send mobile units into COVID-19 hotspots and to companies to ensure that they "target these businesses".

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"Going to the malls is not essential", the Premier said.

Tory stressed that the plan was contingent on the availability of vaccine supply in the coming weeks.

In recent months, it has shifted in a descending order through the oldest age groups in the province, with Toronto now starting to give the shot to people 60 years and older at its six mass vaccination sites.

ICU doctors have said numerous patients they're treating these days are essential workers who got infected in the workplace.

Since that time, Ottawa Public Health has reported 2,346 new cases of COVID-19.

Ontario's active caseload is only a few thousand cases below its January peak, and only a few hundred patients away from its maximum COVID-19 hospitalization burden.

In a Twitter thread, Etches said she is "in the process of reviewing the COVID data in schools to advise on an approach to take for schools in Ottawa".

Ontario is also moving into a second phase of its vaccination campaign, which includes inoculating essential workers who can not work from home, people with high-risk health conditions and communities that have been disproportionately impacted by the virus.

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