Last updated on
January 15, 2021 at 1:08 p.m.
Find out what COVID-19 public health measures and restrictions are in place for Mississauga.
A provincial state of emergency and a stay-at-home order are in effect.
No indoor gatherings are allowed, except with the people you live with. If you live alone or are a single parent, you may consider having exclusive, close contact with another household.
Limit of 5 people for outdoor organized public events and social gatherings, with physical distancing
Organizers of private gatherings that exceed these limits can receive a minimum fine of $10,000 and a temporary closure order. Individuals can also receive tickets of $750.
Weddings, funerals and other religious services, rites or ceremonies
Limit is 10 people indoors or 10 people outdoors with physical distancing
Virtual and drive-in gatherings, events services, rites or ceremonies are allowed
Stay at home order
A stay at home order is in effect for all of Ontario. You should only go out for essential reasons such as:
Going to medical appointments
Going to work or school
Supporting vulnerable community members
Going to a bank
Accessing government services
Getting exercise or walking a dog
Full provincial restrictions on Ontario.ca Municipal by-laws
A face covering or face mask in indoor public spaces is required under a City By-law until June 30, 2021.
Learn more about Mississauga’s face covering requirements Section 22 class order for workplaces
Peel Public Health issued a class order for workplaces under Section 22 of the Health Protection and Promotion Act on November 16, 2020. It includes reporting requirements for probable and confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the workplace.
Get details about the Section 22 class order from the Region of Peel