World news – CA – Simcoe Muskoka introduces restrictions on orange on Monday


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The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit will move to the county’ orange restriction ‘level on Monday, November. 23, as more control measures are taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Ontario Minister of Health Christine Elliott announced today that several regions will move towards increasing restrictions within the color-coded Ontario COVID-19 Response Framework, including the Toronto and Peel District lockdowns..

Subject to orange restrictions, all restaurants and food and beverage establishments should close by 10 AM. M. And stop serving alcohol by 9 p. M. A maximum of four people can be seated together, and no more than 50 people can be seated inside. The same rules apply to meeting and event venues, cinemas, casinos, game halls, and performing arts facilities. Strip clubs should be closed.

Sports and leisure facilities are limited to 50 people per facility (excluding arenas, swimming pools, community centers, or multi-purpose facilities), and fitness classes / lessons capacity is still limited to 10 people. . No spectators are allowed except for parents and guardians to supervise children. Sports teams or leagues may still number up to 50.

Personal care services including steam rooms, saunas, jacuzzis, floating pools and sensory deprivation discs should be closed.. Services that require removal of face coverings are prohibited.

According to a press release from the provincial government, public health data from each district will be reviewed weekly to determine whether health units should remain in place or move to a higher level. Each health unit will remain at the level it was placed in (or move to a higher level) for at least 28 days.

The county has also announced additional visitor restrictions for health units with an orange level or higher. Primary caregivers, staff, and support workers who provide direct care to residents will now be tested weekly (instead of every other week).

In the Health Unit of Simco Muskoka District, the Medical Officer of Health Dr.. Charles Gardner has issued an order that limits all internal visits to long-term care homes in the area to one primary visitor at a time.

The Gray Bros Health Unit has moved to the yellow category (out of green), which will require restaurants, bars, cinemas, casinos and performing arts centers to close at midnight and stop serving alcohol at 11 pm. M. A maximum of six people can be seated together. Workers within two meters of a client and not wearing a face covering (such as a servant) must wear eye protection. Gyms are limited to 10 people per class and 50 people per room (for weights or exercise equipment) and people in the room or class must be within three meters.

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