Current measures in Peel
Peel moves to Step 3 of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen
As of July 16, more indoor activities with larger numbers of people can resume. Requirements for personal public health measures, such as masks and physical distancing, remain in place.
Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen
Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen is a 3-step plan to safely and gradually lift public health measures and reopen the province. The plan is based on current trends in key public health and health care indicators, which includes provincial vaccination rates. Learn more about the Ontario government’s Roadmap to Reopen.
Step 3 of the Roadmap to Reopen focuses on resuming additional indoor activities with larger numbers of people. Public health measures and restrictions, such as masking and physical distancing, remain in place.
Some examples of permitted activities include:
- Outdoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to 100 people, while maintaining physical distancing between members of different households
- Indoor social gatherings and organized public events with up to 25 people.
- Essential and nonessential retail can be open with capacity limited to the number of people that can maintain 2 meters of physical distance.
- Personal care services including services requiring the removal of a face covering, with capacity limited to the number of people that can maintain a physical distance of 2 metres.
- Indoor religious services, rites or ceremonies with physical distancing.
- Indoor dining permitted with no limits on the number of people per table. Physical distancing and other restrictions remain in effect.
- Indoor sports and recreational fitness facilities with a maximum of 50% capacity of the indoor space.
- Some recreational activities and outdoor attractions, with capacity limits and other restrictions.
Learn how the current measures impact residents, businesses, and public spaces in Peel:
Additional details on COVID-19 health and safety measures for businesses in Peel, including a store capacity calculator, can be found on our Businesses page.
Continue to follow these public health measures to protect yourself and others from COVID-19:
- Limit close contact to the people you live with and your essential supports (such as caregivers).
- Practice public health precautions such as physical distancing, wearing masks, and washing hands.
- Stay at home and get tested when feeling sick, even with mild symptoms.
- Get vaccinated to have the best protection for yourself and your loved ones.