Measures by Region
As of March 8, all regions were back in theresponse framework.
Check which zone your region is in. Regions are based on public health unit boundaries. Find your public health unit.
Besides the provincial health measures listed on this page, there may also be additional local restrictions or requirements. Find these restrictions on your local municipality or public health unit’s website, which is linked from the map and the table.
It includes targeted, preventative public health measures and restrictions that we can introduce and remove incrementally for each region, based on case data and predetermined indicators. This allows us to respond to the changes in . case data in your region or community
Each week, we will review the data in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, local medical officers of health and other health experts and decide if we need to make any changes to the levels regions are in. Changes are confirmed and announced by the province on Fridays and become effective the following Monday.
Public health regions will stay in their level for at least two weeks. The government will then assess the impact of public health and workplace safety measures to determine if the region should stay where they are or be moved to a different level.
Please continue to monitor which zone your health region is currently in and adhere to the Ontario COVID-19 Regulations. For more details on the requirements for each zone: