Ontario Declares Third ‘State of Emergency,’ Issues Month-Long Stay-at-Home Order

Premier Doug Ford announced Wednesday that Ontario will enter a state of emergency for the third time, and the entire province will be put under stay-at-home order for four weeks starting Thursday in the government’s effort to stem the spread of COVID-19, the disease the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus causes. The stay-at-home order will go into effect on April 8 at 12.01 a.m. “The COVID-19 situation is at a critical stage and we must act quickly and decisively to stay ahead of these deadly new variants,” Ford said. “By imposing these strict new measures we will keep people safe while allowing our vaccination program to reach more people, starting with our high risk population and identified hot spots.” The move, which comes shortly after the “emergency shutdown” announced last week, will require Ontarians to remain at home except for purposes deemed essential, such as going to the grocery store …

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