The province has officially lifted mask mandates in most settings, but there are still some spaces where a mask is required.
Ready or not, mask mandates have been removed for retail settings, in restaurants and schools. COVID-19 requirements for businesses, including screening employees, also comes to an end today.
While you’ll no longer need to wear a mask in most settings, officials strongly encourage everyone to continue wearing them.
Toronto has also lifted the City’s mask by-law, in line with the province’s timeline.
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Here’s where you will need to continue wearing a mask:
- Public transit
- long-term care homes
- retirement homes and other healthcare settings
- jails and congregate care and living settings
Masking in these settings will be lifted on April 27, when all COVID-19 public health measures in the province will come to an end.