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Current Status: Ontario is now in Step 1 of the Roadmap to Reopen

Toronto is currently in Step 1 of the province's three step Roadmap to Reopen. This means that public health measures are being safely and gradually lifted based on provincewide vaccination rates and key public health indicators.

Know before you go

Making plans during this time may be more challenging than usual. So we've curated links to the most up-to-date travel information and safety guidelines to help you make more informed decisions. As an added measure, we also recommend that you visit the official website for your intended destinations to learn more about venue-specific guidelines.

The Canada/U.S. border is closed to all non-essential travel but remains open for the shipment of goods and key supplies. Learn more from the Canada Border Services Agency.

Under the Reopening Ontario Act, wearing masks or face coverings is mandatory in all indoor public settings across Ontario, including in vehicles being operated as part of a business or organization.

Air travellers must take a COVID-19 molecular test upon arrival while at the airport and again later in their mandatory 14-day quarantine. They must wait for their results while staying in a government authorized hotel.

Restaurants are open for outdoor dining, takeout and delivery. All indoor dining is currently closed.

All retailers with street-facing entrances are open for in-person shopping with capacity limits. Grocery stores, convenience stores and pharmacies are open for in-person shopping at a maximum capacity of 25%.

Playgrounds, parks and outdoor sports facilities, such as outdoor pools, golf courses, tennis courts, basketball courts and skate parks are open with restrictions.

Stay connected

While the situation remains fluid, we'll continue to provide the most current travel information on this page as we work under the government’s guidance. Check back regularly for updates.