Here are Ontario's new social bubble rules for COVID-19

How many people can you get close to? Can you include both family and friends in your COVID-19 social bubble? Here are the province's new guidelines.

Build your social circle wisely, as you can only be in one grouping of 10

Within your circle of 10, you can get as close as you want. In public, the cap on gatherings is still 10, but there you'll have to maintain a safe physical distance. (Michael Charles Cole/CBC)

The Ford government revealed new rules for how Ontarians can gather during the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday.

You can read the official document outlining the rules below — feel free to share it with family and friends (some of whom you'll soon be able to hug again!).

For a more detailed explanation of the moves and more on the COVID-19 situation in Ontario, you can find the latest here.

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