Southwestern Public Health and Middlesex London Public Health are moving to orange on Monday. Haldimand Norfolk and Huron Perth are going to Yellow.
OXFORD COUNTY - Southwestern Public Health, which includes Oxford County and London Middlesex Public health are moving the orange tier of the Keeping Ontario Safe and Open Framework on Monday.
The Province made the announcement this afternoon. Haldimand Norfolk is moving to yellow, as is Huron Perth.
Here is the complete list from the Province on regions that will be moving to different levels starting on Monday:
Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit; and
Thunder Bay District Health Unit.
Niagara Region Public Health.
Chatham-Kent Public Health;
Middlesex-London Health Unit; and
Southwestern Public Health.
Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit; and
Huron Perth Public Health.
Grey Bruce Health Unit.
Every other health unit will stay the same. Moving to Orange means you can have 10 people inside your home or 25 outdoors. It also means restaurants can have 50 people inside at one time with a limit of 4 people sitting together. They must be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
This is also good news for sports and other recreation activities. A maximum of 50 people can be indoors for things like hockey or dance. Cinemas and Casinos can also open with a maximum of 50 people inside.
You can find out exactly what it means for us to be in the orange tier online here.