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Toronto’s mayor, top doctor recommend lifting stay-at-home order, moving back into grey zone

After 100 days in lockdown, Toronto's mayor and top doctor said Wednesday they're ready for the province to lift a stay-at-home order for the city. Toronto will be staying in lockdown, but moving into the grey zone of the province’s colour-coded reopening framework. Speaking to reporters, Dr. Eileen de Villa, the city’s medical officer of health, called the move a “modest step toward flexibility,” but said its success will come down to “our choices in our daily lives.”
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