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May 22, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年5月22日

COVID-19 Updates – May 22, 2020


I had the pleasure of attending the re-opening of the Food Bank at 2743 Victoria Park Ave and giving free donated PPE (face masks) to the residents   

There will be another Teleconference next Friday May 29, 2020 7:00 pm on Families coping with COVID-19 also we will be giving free donated facemasks and hand sanitizers again next weekend keep tuned for details.

The weather this weekend looks promising, I encourage people to get outdoors and get some exercise, but please practice physical distancing.

Over the last three days we have seen an increase in our local case numbers – however today’s data can reflect transmission for as long as two weeks ago or more. People may have acquired the virus during events where people typically spend time together like Mother’s Day.

We all need to be careful as we move forward so we don’t find ourselves in a position where we have to go back.

Reminder – Steeles Ave Closure Friday, May 29th (8:00 PM) until Monday, June 1st (6:00 AM)

Metrolinx is making major infrastructure improvements to the Agincourt and Milliken GO stations. This work includes the construction of new grade-separated rail and pedestrian bridges at the existing Steeles  Avenue  East  at-grade rail   crossing   between  Kennedy Road and  Midland  Avenue. It also includes a new  road  underpass  on Steeles Avenue East below  the  railway  corridor.


  • There will be a full closure of Steeles Avenue East between Redlea Avenue and Old Kennedy Road/Silver Star Boulevard to prepare for the temporary detour road.
  • The closure will begin on Friday, May 29th (8:00 PM) until Monday, June 1st (6:00 AM)
  • Please watch for road signs directing you to alternate routes.
  • On June 1st, traffic will shift to the temporary detour road north of Steeles Avenue East between Redlea Avenue and Silver Star Boulevard. The temporary detour road will be in place until late 2021.
  • This work will allow crews to build the new underpass and pedestrian bridge at Steeles Avenue East while maintaining traffic flow.

For more information, please click here.

COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto

  • 9,357 total cases
  • 258 new cases
  • 411 hospitalized with 96 in ICU
  • 732 deaths
  • 6,998 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health,

City of Toronto

  • Starting Monday, May 25, select library drop boxes will be opened to accept the return of library materials.
  • On Monday, June 1, drop boxes at all remaining accessible branches will open to accept returns. Toronto Public Library (TPL) estimates that there are more than one million items currently out on loan.
  • Library customers can continue to place holds online, through the TPL website at tpl.ca and will be able to pick up their materials through a curbside pick-up service which will be available in early June.
  • The suspension of TPL fines implemented when the pandemic began will continue until regular service resumes.
  • Toronto Public Health (TPH) has formed a partnership with the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) to hire more local registered nurses (RNs) to support case and contact management efforts and support ongoing public health work during the COVID-19 recovery phase.

Government of Ontario

  • The Provincial Government is permitting Ontario corporations to conduct virtual meetings, to defer certain annual meetings in specified circumstances and is allowing the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services to accept copies of documents, electronic signatures on documents and electronic filing of documents.
  • The Government of Ontario is investing in Ontario’s first Virtual Action Centre, an online counselling and training portal, to support laid off and unemployed hospitality workers.
  • The Government of Ontario is providing an Ontario Tools Grant of $2.5 million in 2020-21 and $7.5 million in 2021-22 and ongoing. This will help new eligible apprentices purchase the equipment they need to start their careers. The funding amounts will be distributed as follows:
    • $1,000 for those in motive power sector trades;
    • $600 for those in construction and industrial sector trades;
    • $400 for those in-service sector trades.
  • To be eligible for the new grant, apprentices must have:
    • completed level 1 training on or after April 1, 2020;
    • an active registered training agreement; and
    • been registered as an apprentice for at least 12 months

Government of Canada

  • Last night, the Prime Minister and the Premiers of all provinces discussed how to safely reopen the economy. To reopen the economy, there must be:
    • An increase in the number of tests being done
    • Acceleration of the ability to do contact tracing. After a case has been isolated, every person who may have been exposed to the virus must be contacted.
    • Data collection across jurisdictions must be shared across provinces and territories
  • A new tool has been created on Canada.ca/coronavirus to help Canadians navigate their eligibility for any government assisted benefits

COVID-19每日更新 – 2020522

                                                                                                                     English Follows Below
我很高兴出席了2743 Victoria Park Avenue 食品银行的重开日并向居民派发了免费个人防护装备(口罩)。





Steeles Avenue 將於529日周五下午8:0061周一上午6:00封閉

Metrolinx 正在对 Agincourt 和 Milliken GO 火车站进行重要的基建升级工程。工程将包括在 Steeles Avenue East 由 Kennedy Road 至 Midland Avenue 之间的现有行人过路处新建人车分层路轨和行人天桥。工程亦包括在 Steeles Avenue East 铁路走廊一带加建地下行车通道。


  • Steeles Avenue East 在 Redlea Avenue 和 Old Kennedy Road / Silver Star Boulevard 之间将完全封闭以作实施临时封路措施的准备。
  • 封路时间为5月29日(星期五)下午至6月1日(星期一)上午6:00。
  • 在驾驶时务必请注意有关改道的交通指示和路标。
  • 从6月1日起,行经车辆须改道至 Steeles Avenue East 在 Redlea Avenue 和 Silver Star Boulevard 之间以北的临时道路。
  • 改道措施将确保Steeles Avenue East 地下行车通道和行人天桥工地一带在施工期间的交通负荷能力不受影响。

更多详情请浏览: 点击这里

COVID-19 多伦多市累计个案

  • 9,357宗累计确诊病例
  • 258宗新病例
  • 411名患者需要入院,其中96人在重症监护病房留医
  • 累计732人死亡
  • 累计6,98人康复

更多详情请参阅 多伦多公共卫生部网


  • 由5月25日星期一起,部份多伦多图书馆的还书箱将重新接受还书。
  • 由6月1日星期一起,所有多伦多图书馆的还书箱将重新接受还书。多伦多公共图书馆(TPL)估计,目前已外借了超过一百万件馆藏。
  • 图书馆用户可以继续通过多伦多公共图书馆网站tpl.ca在线预留馆藏,并在6月初开始在图书馆门外领取馆藏。
  • 多伦多公共图书馆已暂停了在疫情开始至服务恢复正常为止期间的罚款。
  • 多伦多公共卫生部(TPH)正与安大略省注册护士协会(RNAO)合作,以雇用更多的本地注册护士(RN)来支援追踪病例和在社会复原期间的医疗工作。


  • 省政府允许本省的公司举行线上会议,以及在特定情况下延迟年度会议。同时,消费者服务部将接受文件副本、电子签名和电子文档。
  • 省政府正在投放资金于本省的第一个在线咨询和培训平台,以支援因疫情而被解雇或失业的接待业人员。
  • 省政府将在2020-21年度投放250万加元的资金于Ontario Tools Grant并在2021-22年度及以后每年拨款750万加元。 这计划将协助合资格学徒购买他们开展事业所需的设备。 资金分配如下:
    • $1,000元于发放给能源业人员
    • $600元于发放给建筑业和工业人员
    • $400元于发放给服务业人员
  • 以下为获取补助的资格
    • 于2020年4月1日或之后完成1级培训
    • 持有有效的注册培训协议
    • 已注册成为学徒至少12个月


  • 总理和各省长昨晚讨论了如何安全地重启经济。重启条件如下:
    • 病毒检测人数增加
    • 能加快和加强病例追踪能力。在病例被确认后,必须能够联系上所有可能接触过病人的人士
    • 各省和地区必须共享所收集到的数据。
  • Canada.ca/coronavirus的一个新系统将协助加拿大人确认他们是否合资格获得政府的援助。