PHOTOS Canada's Ontario imposes measures to blunt virus transmission

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Canada's Ontario imposes measures to blunt virus transmission

China.org.cn

19:30, January 07, 2022

A cinema is seen closed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Jan. 5, 2022. In response to recent trends that show an alarming increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the Ontario government on Wednesday started to impose measures to blunt transmission of the virus for at least 21 days, including closing gyms, theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries and banning indoor dining at restaurants. (Photo: Xinhua)

The closed dining area of a Burger King is seen in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Jan. 5, 2022. In response to recent trends that show an alarming increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the Ontario government on Wednesday started to impose measures to blunt transmission of the virus for at least 21 days, including closing gyms, theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries and banning indoor dining at restaurants. (Photo: Xinhua)

The food court with closed dining area is seen at a shopping center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Jan. 5, 2022. In response to recent trends that show an alarming increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the Ontario government on Wednesday started to impose measures to blunt transmission of the virus for at least 21 days, including closing gyms, theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries and banning indoor dining at restaurants. (Photo: Xinhua)

A woman wearing a face mask walks past the closed Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Jan. 5, 2022. In response to recent trends that show an alarming increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the Ontario government on Wednesday started to impose measures to blunt transmission of the virus for at least 21 days, including closing gyms, theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries and banning indoor dining at restaurants. (Photo: Xinhua)

A man wearing a face mask walks past a closed fitness club in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Jan. 5, 2022. In response to recent trends that show an alarming increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the Ontario government on Wednesday started to impose measures to blunt transmission of the virus for at least 21 days, including closing gyms, theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries and banning indoor dining at restaurants. (Photo: Xinhua)

A cinema is seen closed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Jan. 5, 2022. In response to recent trends that show an alarming increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the Ontario government on Wednesday started to impose measures to blunt transmission of the virus for at least 21 days, including closing gyms, theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries and banning indoor dining at restaurants. (Photo: Xinhua)

The closed dining area of a Burger King is seen in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Jan. 5, 2022. In response to recent trends that show an alarming increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the Ontario government on Wednesday started to impose measures to blunt transmission of the virus for at least 21 days, including closing gyms, theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries and banning indoor dining at restaurants. (Photo: Xinhua)

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