Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, stated that most of the province’s remaining provincial masking requirements, including on public transit, will expire as of 12:00 a.m. on June 11, 2022.
On June 11, 2022, remaining Directives will also be revoked and replaced with Ministry of Health guidance for health care workers and organizations. This includes guidance on when masks should be worn in hospitals and other health care settings.
Masks will still be required in long-term care and retirement homes and masking is recommended in higher-risk congregate living settings, such as shelters and group homes.
While masking requirements are expiring, organizations may implement their own policies. Ontarians should continue to wear a mask if they feel it is right for them, are at high risk for severe illness, recovering from COVID-19, have symptoms of the virus or are a close contact of someone with COVID-19.
The province will continue to monitor for any significant changes, including any new variants of concern.
Please see here for the full government press release.