York Region joining Toronto, Peel and Ottawa in modified Stage 2  Toronto SunView Full coverage on Google News
York Region has been ordered to join hotspots Toronto, Peel and Ottawa in a modified Stage 2 on Monday, closing indoor dining and beverage service in…

York Region joining Toronto, Peel and Ottawa in modified Stage 2 | Toronto Sun

York Region joining Toronto, Peel and Ottawa in modified Stage 2 | Toronto Sun

York Region will join the other COVID-19 hotspots in Ontario in reverting to a modified Stage 2, forcing the closure of indoor dining, gyms and movie theatres.York Region will join the other COVID-19 hotspots in Ontario in reverting to a modified Stage 2, forcing the closure of indoor dining, gyms and movie theatres.

York Region will revert to modified Stage 2 amid concerns over rising COVID-19 cases | CTV News

The tighter measures take effect Monday and will be in place for 28 days

No gyms, no indoor dining: Ontario pushes York Region back into Stage 2 | National Post

No gyms, no indoor dining: Ontario pushes York Region back into Stage 2 | National Post

York Region will join Toronto, Peel and Ottawa in moving into a modified version Stage 2 as it deals with a surge in new COVID-19 cases, Premier Doug Ford said Friday.York Region will join Toronto, Peel and Ottawa in moving into a modified version Stage 2 as it deals with a surge in new COVID-19 cases, Premier Doug Ford said Friday.

Gyms, indoor dining rooms, and movie theatres will be closed in York Region for 28 days starting Monday as the area joins Toronto, Peel Region, and Ottawa in a modified version of Stage 2.Gyms, indoor dining rooms, and movie theatres will be closed in York Region for 28 days starting Monday as the area joins Toronto, Peel Region, and Ottawa in a modified version of Stage 2.

York Region moving to modified version of Stage 2 starting on Monday, Premier Doug Ford announces | CP24.com

“I hate doing this my friends,” said Ontario Premier Doug Ford as he announced he was plunging York Region into a modified version of Stage 2 lockdown,…

FUREY: Fact-free Ford strikes again with York Region restrictions | Toronto Sun

FUREY: Fact-free Ford strikes again with York Region restrictions | Toronto Sun

Ford announced on Friday that York Region has two days left before it enters a modified Stage 2. The closures, which will take place as of 12:01 a.m. on Monday, will include indoor dining in restaurants and bars, gyms, theatres, and more.When asked why the premier is giving York Region a weekend's worth of notice, while Toronto, Peel, and Ottawa only got approximately 11 hours, Ford spoke on the livelihoods of small businesses. Editor's Choice: Ontario Is Getting Its First Big Snow Storm Of The Season This Weekend “ Everyone’s stuck with food, millions and millions of dollars of inventory, in their freezer and fridges. Premier Doug Ford He expressed concern about the impact of the closures on small businesses, especially all of the wasted food. Ford encouraged York residents to order takeout this weekend to help them "clear out their fridges." "I hate doing this,' he said, "But you know what really kills me? That [these restaurants] only get two days' notice to deplete their inventories." The closure will last 28 days, at which point the provincial government will re-evaluate the restrictions."Help these folks deplete their inventories."

York Region Restaurants Allowed To Stay Open All Weekend So They Can Clear Their Fridges - Narcity

It's official, new restrictions apply to long-term care homes in Ontario's COVID-19 hotspots, including Toronto, Peel, and Ottawa.It's official, new restrictions apply to long-term care homes in Ontario's COVID-19 hotspots, including Toronto, Peel, and Ottawa.

Long-term care home residents in COVID-19 hotspots not allowed to go out - 680 NEWS

News that the province is rolling back York Region into a modified Stage 2 raises questions about what this means for Peel Region, which was rolled back last week.At a press conference today, Premier Doug Ford announced that York Region (Markham, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Newmarket, Whitechurch-Stouffville, East Gwillimbury, Aurora, Georgina and King) would be rolled back to a modified Stage 2 due to a “concerning” rise in cases and possible negative impacts on hospital capacity.

Could York Region's rollback into Stage 2 mean Peel's rollback is extended? | insauga.com

Ontario announced stricter health measures for York Region on Friday in an effort contain what the province is calling an "alarming" surge in COVID-19 cases.

Ontario's York Region latest to face stricter COVID-19 restrictions as cases rise - BNN Bloomberg

"I hate doing this," said Premier Doug Ford following his announcement that will suspend indoor dining and close down gyms, cinemas, casinos after this weekend"I hate doing this," said Premier Doug Ford following his announcement that will suspend indoor dining and close down gyms, cinemas, casinos after this weekend

Province confirms York Region is moving to modified stage 2 - NewmarketToday.ca

Indoor dining, gyms and cinemas will close in York Region, including Markham, Vaughan and Richmond Hill, for 28 days starting October 19Indoor dining, gyms and cinemas will close in York Region, including Markham, Vaughan and Richmond Hill, for 28 days starting October 19

York Region to enter modified Stage 2 on Monday - NOW Magazine

York Region will enter a modified Stage 2 next week, as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the jurisdiction, Premier Ford said on Friday.York Region will enter a modified Stage 2 next week, as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the jurisdiction, Premier Ford said on Friday.

Premier Doug Ford said that the measure takes effect Monday at 12:01 a.m. and will last for a period of 28 days. Premier Doug Ford said that the measure takes effect Monday at 12:01 a.m. and will last for a period of 28 days. 

York Region moving to ‘modified Stage 2’ amid spike in coronavirus cases | Globalnews.ca

The tighter measures kick in on Monday.The tighter measures kick in on Monday.

Ontario's York Region Shifts Back To Stage 2 As COVID-19 Cases Surge | HuffPost Canada