By The Canadian Press
Some Ontario businesses will be allowed to open their doors today after being closed for two months in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The province is starting the first stage of its economic reopening today, giving the green light to retailers, some sports centres, vehicle dealerships and other businesses to resume.
But the provincial government stresses those businesses still have to comply with public health guidelines such as physical distancing as they welcome customers.
The province ordered the closure of all businesses deemed non-essential in mid-March and recently allowed those with street entrances to offer curbside pickup.
Ontario reported 304 more cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the provincial total to 22,957.
There have been 1,904 deaths related to the virus so far, including 23 that were reported Monday.
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