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Under a provincewide state of emergency, businesses are either closing, cutting hours or changing practices to do their part in social distancing. Here’s a selection of what local restaurants, bars and shops are saying to patrons

A sign reads 'we're all in this together.'
A sign shows a red interdiction sign next to the words 'dine in' and a green checkmark next to the words 'take out.'
A sign reads 'in response to Toronto Health Officer's recommendation, our restaurant's in-person service close.
A sign reads 'sick? stay home!
A sign reads 'keep calm and eat more takeout.'
A sign reads 'let's be extra careful' and shows two hands shaking.
A sign reads 'Hey folks, we've decided to close until this passes. We love you and will see you very soon.'
A sign reads 'stay safe due to COVID-19. We are closed.
A sign reads 'Hey Parkdale! We are offering PWYC takeout meals this Friday 12 - 6 p.m.
A sign reads 'we will be open at noon. Everything will be all right.
A sign reads 'hand sanitizer sold here! Large size!
A sign reads 'for your health and safety, we encourage no more than 1 customer be in the store at a time.
A sign reads 'for the safety and health of our staff and customers we will no longer be able to offer any refunds or exchanges.
A sign reads 'have a great day! Stay healthy and safe.

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