Last updated: June 16, 2022 at 4:47 p.m.
|Long-term care and retirement homes||Masks are mandatory in all long-term-care and retirement homes, including the City-operated long-term care homes.|
|Shelters||Masks are mandatory in shelters, 24-hour respite and 24-hour women’s drop-in sites.|
|TTC Wheel-Trans||Masks are mandatory for customers and employees using TTC’s Wheel-Trans.|
Masks are not mandatory on the TTC, GO Transit, UP Express, and City-operated ferries.
Masks continue to be mandatory on TTC’s Wheel-Trans.
The TTC and GO Transit are strongly recommending customers continue to wear masks while on vehicles and in stations.
|Hospitals and other healthcare settings||Many hospitals and healthcare settings in Toronto have mask policies in place. Please check with the hospital or healthcare facility you are going to for their masking requirements.|
TPH strongly recommends wearing a well-fitting, high quality mask, especially in crowded indoor public settings. All people in Toronto should still follow all public health guidance to protect reopening progress. The latest guidance from Toronto Public Health is available in the COVID-19: Reduce Virus Spread Guide. Anyone who is eligible and has not gotten vaccinated against COVID-19, including a booster dose, is urged to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
This guide is not legal advice. To ensure compliance with all applicable provincial regulations, individuals and businesses should consult applicable Regulations and/or seek legal advice.