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April 24: Non-essential workplaces will remain closed until at least May 6
Publication
Toronto Star, 24 Apr 2020
Description
Creator
Benzie, Robert, Reporter
Media Type
Text
Item Type
Newspaper clippings
Description
The Ontario provincial government extended the state of emergency until at least May 6, keeping all non-essential businesses and services closed, restricting social gatherings to five or fewer people unless living under the same roof, and limiting long-term care home and retirement home staff from working in more than one home.

Under the legislation of the time, emergency orders need to be renewed every two weeks.
Publisher
Torstar
Place of Publication
Toronto, ON
Date of Original
24 Apr 2020
Date Of Event
24 Apr 2020
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Ford, Doug, Premier
Language of Item
English
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April 24: Non-essential workplaces will remain closed until at least May 6


The Ontario provincial government extended the state of emergency until at least May 6, keeping all non-essential businesses and services closed, restricting social gatherings to five or fewer people unless living under the same roof, and limiting long-term care home and retirement home staff from working in more than one home.

Under the legislation of the time, emergency orders need to be renewed every two weeks.