On Friday Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa issued orders under the Health Protection and Promotion Act to close four dining and drinking establishments “until they satisfy conditions to limit COVID-19 transmission in these settings.”
Today, Toronto Public Health has identified three of the restaurants and bars that were served closing orders, with the fourth still in process. All of the establishments identified, MARBL, King Taps, and Casa Mezcal, are located on King Street West.
#BREAKING: Toronto Public Health has identified MARBL, King Taps, and Casa Mezcal, all along King Street West, as the three restaurants and bars ordered closed. A fourth establishment is still in the process of being served.
— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) September 26, 2020
Ontario reported another 435 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. People in their 20s and 30s make up nearly half of the total.
With Ontario’s 435 new cases, people in their 20s and 30s make up almost half of them pic.twitter.com/0Y2LbP1Q8o
— Lorenda Reddekopp (@CBCLorenda) September 26, 2020
The King Street businesses will be allowed to reopen when de Villa is satisfied that each establishment has complied with her order. City enforcement teams of Toronto Police, bylaw officers, and Toronto Public Health officers will ensure compliance with the orders until they are lifted.