Casinos, bingo halls, performing arts centres, and indoor theatres will fall into the closures as well.
Doris Grinspun, CEO of the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario welcomed the new measures but said the time it took for them to be announced made her question the advice the premier was receiving.
The Ontario government's October prediction that forecasts 1,000 new daily coronavirus cases by mid-October was nearly met as Friday's reported numbers hit 939 new cases - the highest single-day count to date.
Andrew Oliver, president and CEO, Oliver & Bonacini discusses the impact of latest restrictions in Ontario, specifically out of Toronto, Peel, and Ottawa as COVID-19 case numbers rise.
The Ontario government says if current trends continue, the province could experience "worst-case scenarios" seen in northern Italy and New York City earlier in the pandemic.
It's the highest single-day increase reported in the province since the pandemic began.
"We have about 50 per cent of our capacity is indoor dining, it's a very big place", he said.
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He said the government wants to help those companies hang on, and keep their workers employed.
Williams also said that tour and guide services will be limited to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors.
In Ontario, groups such as the Ontario Hospital Association and Registered Nurses' Association have called for targeted restrictions in hot spot regions. Those include closing indoor table service in restaurants, closing bars, gyms and places of worship.
For more on today's top stories and the spread of the novel coronavirus across the country, please refer to our live updates below throughout the day, as well as our COVID-19 news hub. There have been 876 school-related cases reported since the beginning of September, and they are spread across 429 schools in Ontario.
The Region of Peel, along with Toronto and Ottawa, will be rolled back to a modified version of Stage 2 in response to a surge in new cases of COVID-19.
The precise number of cases is to be officially released shortly after 10 a.m. ET, and cabinet's emergency meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m.
"That's why we are making the hard, but necessary decision to accept the health advice, and impose further restrictions in Toronto, Ottawa and Peel Region", he said.