Toronto will stay masked up until into the new year.
Toronto City Council approved a motion on Friday extending the city’s mask bylaws until January 2022, citing continued spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19.
The bylaws require masks to be worn in all indoor areas, including businesses, workplaces and common areas of apartment and condo buildings.
The extension keeps the bylaws in place until 12:01 a.m. of council’s first meeting in January 2022.
Dates of 2022’s city council meetings have not yet been set.