On Friday, Doug Ford announced that Toronto and Peel Region will be shutting down amid a major surge in COVID-19 cases.\nThis will take immediate effect on Monday, November 23 at 12:01 a.m.\nHowever, York Region, just north of Toronto, will stay in the red zone which means stores will remain open.\nThe move has created a Twitter trend with people online anticipating hundreds of shoppers flocking to malls on the outskirts of lockdown regions.\nVaughan Mills is apparently one of the victims. And we have the memes to prove it.\nEditor's Choice: A New 'Family Photo' Of Justin Trudeau & World Leaders For The G20 Has The PM Standing Out\nThis tweet compares the possibility of non-residents coming in numbers to shop at Vaughan Mills. It goes as far as to compare the possible crowd to a scene from the film World War Z featuring Brad Pitt.\nThe GTA when they realize Vaughan Mills is still open pic.twitter.com/Ho0g5UJkwu— Ehdrian (@ehdrian_) November 21, 2020\nOthers took this time to think of the retail workers in the mall who may have to deal with the onslaught of shoppers headed their way.\nA moment of silence to all the retail workers at Vaughan Mills for the next few weeks.— Romina J (@filinadiangirl) November 20, 2020\nVaughan Mills sweetie i am so sorry that they did you like this— Sajeel (@sajeel331) November 21, 2020\nEverybody who works at Vaughan Mills after Toronto and Peel go into #lockdown pic.twitter.com/6pDpU62BLT— Chris Martin (@_chris__martin_) November 20, 2020\nEven some of the employees had something to say.\npraying for us vaughan mills workers 😫 https://t.co/5r9ocqp5OL— irem (@iremu_) November 21, 2020\nPeople talking about going to Vaughan Mills since all the malls in Toronto and Peel are closing from the lockdown... please fucking don’t. I don’t want to get covid because you didn’t want to shop online.— fran⁷✜ (@whispersuga7) November 20, 2020\nAnd as Black Friday looms, many are expecting to see a large crowd too.\neveryone from toronto and peel region coming to vaughan mills on black friday pic.twitter.com/sT5kaiTKZn— s❄️ (@gxldenflikxr) November 21, 2020\ndo you think he knows everyone’s just gonna take a short drive to york region just like flies make their way to shit & then we’re gonna have REAL problems??? imagine the horrific black friday crowds at vaughan mills...oh, doug. 🤦🏻♀️ https://t.co/Dsao8RXYBO— CASSANDRA🕊 (@cassandraa0807) November 20, 2020\n76 new cases in Vaughan alone as of November 20, 5PM@YorkRegionGovt thanks for screwing us over even harder 😉 it’s not like next Friday is a super big shopping day and people can’t drive to Vaughan Mills...Oh wait. They can. And they will. For Black Friday. pic.twitter.com/Jire9TZGOk— alice chiavi (@AliceChiavi) November 20, 2020\nIt's worth noting that the Ontario government says "individuals and families in higher transmission areas should avoid travel to lower transmission areas (for example, from red to orange, from yellow to green), except for essential reasons."\nSo a trip from Toronto or Peel to Vaughan for deals is not recommended right now.