May 24, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates Trinity Bellwoods Park Disgrace – COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年5月24日 市民在Trinity Bellwoods公园的不负责任行为
COVID-19 Updates – May 24, 2020
Trinity Bellwoods Park Disgrace
COVID-19 remains a real and present threat to Torontonians. The images of thousands of people gathered in Trinity Bellwoods Park were unacceptable. Gatherings like this run the risk of setting Toronto back significantly in its efforts to stop the transmission of COVID-19.
I encourage you to go out and enjoy the warm weather, but please stay two metres apart from anyone who is not from your household.
I am asking you to continue to do the right thing to stop the spread of COVID-19: practice physical distancing by staying two metres apart from anyone you do not live with; wash your hands regularly; and use City parks and public spaces responsibly.
I received the following letter from one of our senior residents:
I want to know why you think you have the right to put my health at risk. I am in the vulnerable group – I am over 70 and suffer from COPD.
Your actions of not practicing social/physical distancing are putting me at risk. I know you are saying ¨Well then don’t near us.” You can believe me when I say that I will not knowingly come within twelve feet of you if I can possibly help it. Read more…
Province of Ontario
- Premier Ford is asking people to “please go get a test”— even if they are asymptomatic.
- The Premier said “I am here to ask for your help today. If you feel you need a test, you’ll be able to get a test. So please don’t wait.”
- The announcement marks the first time people without symptoms have been told that they can get tested.
- The Premier said mass testing is the Province’s best defence against COVID_19 and the only way for the Province to reach testing capacity is for people to go to the Provincial Assessment Centres.
if you require information where to get tested please send me an email email@example.com
COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年5月24日
更多有关如何能接受测试的资料，请通过 firstname.lastname@example.org 发送电邮给我。