Residents are about to see major changes as we head into the Toronto and Peel lockdown.\nAs of Monday, November 23 at 12:01 a.m. both regions will see multiple stores and venues close their doors.\nWe've asked you what you want to know about the newest restrictions and how it will affect your day-to-day, and we're here to give you the answers.\nEditor's Choice: Here Are The Things That Will Remain Open During Toronto & Peel's Lockdown\n\nWhen will the lockdown start and when will it end?\nAccording to Doug Ford, Toronto and Peel will be moving into lockdown on Monday, November 23, at 12:01 a.m. \nRegions are expected to remain in their new zones for 28 days, which means Toronto and Peel can expect to stay in lockdown until at least December 21. \nHowever, it is still unclear if these restrictions will last longer. \n\nWhat's closing?\nThe Ford government announced on Friday that multiple venues will be forced to close on Monday. \nGyms, sports facilities, cinemas, casinos, museums, and personal services will all have to shut their doors. \nRestaurants will remain closed for indoor dining but can stay open for take-out and delivery.\nShopping malls and other non-essential services will also have to close but will be able to remain open for pick-up and delivery. \nReligious services and weddings will be restricted to 10 people indoors and 10 people outdoors.\n\nWill dental offices be closed? \nAll essential businesses are still allowed to remain open during the new lockdown. \nThis means that health services such as pharmacies, dentist offices and doctor offices will all remain open to the public. \nHowever, these offices are required to follow social distancing protocols with capacity limits. \n\nWhat about hair salons? \nSadly, we must all say goodbye to a good hair day — at least for now.\nThe Ontario government announced on Friday that hair salons and barbers will be some of the services that are required to close. \nOther personal care services, such as nail salons will also be forced to shut their doors. \n\nIs York Region included in the lockdown? \nOn Friday, York was able to avoid being put into lockdown by the government. \nHowever, the region still remains in the red zone and is under certain restrictions. \nOutdoor gatherings can only reach 25 people and indoor gatherings can only reach 10. \n\nSchools will be closed too?!?\nNo. If you are a student, you will still need to attend classes.\nBoth primary and post-secondary schools will remain open during the lockdown. \nIn fact, Ford stated that the lockdown measures are being put in place to get the community spread under control so that we can protect in-class learning.