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The province has a three-step Roadmap to Reopen to safely and gradually lift public health measures in Ontario.
Reopening Step Three
As of July 16, Ontario is in Step Three of the province’s reopening plan. This permits additional indoor services and larger outdoor gatherings, including:
- Outdoor social gatherings and organized public events for up to 100 people
- Indoor social gatherings and organized public events for up to 25 people
- Indoor dining with no limits to the number of patrons per table
- Retail with capacity limited to ensure physical distancing
- Indoor religious services, rites or ceremony gatherings with physical distancing
- Indoor sports and recreational fitness facilities with capacity limits
- Personal care services with capacity limited to ensure physical distancing
- Museums, casinos and bingo halls with capacity limits
- Cinemas, concert, theatres, and other performing arts venues with capacity limits
For a full list of what’s permitted to reopen under Step Three, visit the Ontario government’s website.
Peel Public Health
Peel Public Health is leading the COVID-19 response in Mississauga. Follow these recommended actions from Peel to stay safe and take care of each other.
You must wear a mask in indoor public spaces and on MiWay Transit until March 31, 2022.
Learn more about Mississauga’s face mask requirements