Toronto, Peel move into lockdown Monday as Ontario tries to stop COVID-19 'worst-case scenario'
2020-11-20 from cbc.ca
Toronto and Peel Region are moving into "lockdown" effective midnight Monday as Ontario tries to curb a steep rise in COVID-19 cases, Premier Ford announced Friday.
The lockdown will last a minimum of 28 days, equal to two incubation periods, and the province says it will fine people $750 for violating public-health rules.
"Further action is required to prevent the worst-case scenario," Ford told reporters.
Meanwhile, Durham and Waterloo regions are moving into the red "control" zones, while Huron-Perth, Niagara, Simcoe-Muskoka, southwestern Ontario and Windsor are moving to the orange "restrict" zone.
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