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May 27, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – 每日更新 – 2020年5月27日 COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates – May 27, 2020

Thank You For Physical Distancing. Please Keep It Up!

Today, Toronto Public Health released a map showing COVID-19 case counts by neighbourhoods. I want to remind everyone that we must remain vigilant and maintain good public health and hygiene practices. We cannot let all our hard work go to waste.

To view the map, please click here.

 Well-Being During COVID-19 Teleconference

I will be hosting a teleconference on how to stay mentally healthy during COVID-19 this Friday, May 29, 2020 at 7:00 PM. Joining in this teleconference will be psychologists and psychiatrists.

Phone: +1-416-915-6530

Follow the prompts and then enter the access code: 288 491 712

To send in questions for the teleconference, please send my assistant an e-mail at olga@karygiannis.net .


Face Mask and Hand Sanitizer Giveaway

I am giving away face masks and hand sanitizers on Saturday, May 30th from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM and Saturday, June 6th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

In order to be able to pick up face masks and hand sanitizers, please click on this link to register and we will notify you which day you can come to pick up masks and sanitizers. Details regarding pick-up will be sent to you by e-mail. If you have unsubscribed from our e-mail list, we will not be able to communicate with you.

Please take a moment to pass along this message to your family, neighbours and friends. If you would like to sign someone up for our e-mailing list, please send me their e-mail addresses at jim@karygiannis.net .

COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto

  • 10,525 total cases
  • 153 new cases (8 fewer new cases from the day before)
  • 356 hospitalized with 84 in ICU
  • 780 deaths
  • 7,841 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health,

City of Toronto

  • 311 will begin taking waste bin exchanges.
    • Requests to upsize or downsize a recycling or garbage bin can now be made by calling 311. Requests for a new garbage, recycling or green bin, additional bin or bin repair can also be made by calling 311. Read more..
  • Beginning Monday, June 1, all Drop-Off Depots will reopen to the general public. They will operate on regular hours, with the exception of Bermondsey and Ingram Transfer Stations, which will only be open to the public on weeknights and Saturday mornings.
  • As part of the ActiveTO initiative, vehicle access on parts of some major roads will be closed for walking, running and biking again this Saturday, May 30 at 6:00 AM until Sunday, May 31 at 11:00 PM:
    • Lake Shore Boulevard East (eastbound lanes only) from Coxwell Avenue to just south of Woodbine Avenue (Kew Beach Avenue);
    • Bayview Avenue from Mill Street to Rosedale Valley Road; and,
    • River Street from Gerrard Street East to Bayview Avenue.
  • This weekend, the Gardiner Expressway will be fully closed from Highway 427 to the Don Valley Parkway for annual maintenance. The intersection of Richmond Street East and Church Street will also be fully closed for construction. Read more..
  • The City of Toronto has opened one more 24-hour child-care facility for essential workers. The Blake Street Childcare Centre welcomed its first clients today.

Government of Ontario

  • The Government of Ontario has extended emergency orders until June 9, 2020.
  • Current emergency orders include the closure of outdoor playgrounds, play structures and equipment, public swimming pools and outdoor water facilities, as well as bars and restaurants except for takeout and delivery.
  • Additionally, there continues to be restrictions on social gatherings of more than five people and staff redeployment rules remain in place for long-term care homes and congregate settings, such as retirement homes and women’s shelters.
  • The deployment of the Canadian Armed Forces to long-term care homes in Ontario has been extended until June 12, 2020.

 Government of Canada

  • Over 44,000 jobs have been posted on jobbank.ca .
  • The Prime Minister addressed the issues raised in military report on long-term care homes. Quebec release their report today on 25 long-term care homes. Said we need to do a better job of caring for seniors.
  • The Prime Minister addressed the issues raised in military report on long-term care homes. Quebec release their report today on 25 long-term care homes. Said we need to do a better job of caring for seniors.
  • As we’re seeing more activity restarting across the country and more people head back to work, fewer people will need CERB. The wage subsidy will continue to be there to support Canadians.
  • The Prime Minster again called on employers to rehire their workers. Message to businesses: the government can and will help you.  Again called on employers to rehire their workers. Message to businesses: the government can and will help you
  • Assured that the government will be there for provinces to help them address the most urgent needs related to COVID19 including in long-term care homes. Over the longer term, we have to move forward as a country to be more helpful to our seniors.


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COVID-19 多伦多市累计个案
  • 10,525宗累计确诊病例
  • 153宗新病例 (较日前少8宗)
  • 356名患者需要入院,其中84人在重症监护病房留医
  • 累计780人死亡
  • 累计7,841人康复


  • 311将开始更换垃圾箱
    • 由现在开始,你可以致电311申请要求更换较大或较小的回收箱或垃圾桶。您也可以致电311申请维修或要求新的垃圾桶,回收箱或厨余箱。更多详情,请点击这里
  • 由6月1日星期一起,所有的垃圾收集站将重新向公众开放。除Bermondsey和Ingram收集站只在工作日和星期六早上才对公众开放外,其余收集站将在正常时间开发。
  • 因市政府实施 ActiveTO 计划,以下道路将在5月30日(星期六)上午6:00至5月31日星期日下午11:00局部封闭,以释出空间于市民步行,跑步和骑自行车:
    • Lake Shore Boulevard East (东行方向)由Coxwell Avenue 至 Kew Beach Avenue (Woodbine Avenue 以南)
    • Bayview Avenue 由 Mill Street 至 Rosedale Valley Road
    • River Street 由 Gerrard Street East 至 Bayview Avenue
  • 因年度维护工程,Gardiner Expressway 由Highway 427 至 Don Valley Parkway 将任线封闭。与Richmond Street East 和 Church Street的交叉路口也将因应施工而完全封闭。更多详情,请点击这里
  • 多伦多市已为重要行业工人开设了另一所24小时托儿所。另外,Blake Street Childcare Centre 在今天已投入服务。


  • 省政府已将紧急法令延长至2020年6月9日。
  • 当前的紧急法令包括关闭室外游乐场、游乐设施和设备、公共游泳池和室外水上设施,以及酒吧和餐馆(外卖和送餐除外)。
  • 另外,限制五人以上的社交聚会以及限制长期护理院及其他院舍(如护老院和妇女庇护所)员工工作安排的法令仍然生效。
  • 加拿大军方在部署在本省长期护理院的支援已延长至2020年6月12日。


  • 超过44,000个职位的特聘已于通过jobbank.ca发布。
  • 总理谈及到军方对长期护理院舍提出的问题。另外,魁北克省今天公布了有关25个长期护理院的报告,内容指出我们的护老服务有待改善。
  • 随著越来越多的行业重新运作,需要领取CERB的国民将逐渐减少。这项工资补贴将被保留以继续支援有需要的加拿大人。
  • 总理再次呼吁雇主重新聘请因疫情被解雇的员工。他也向企业传达了政府会为他们提供合适协助的信息
  • 总理也承诺联邦政府将协助各省解决包括长期护理院等有关COVID-19的紧急需求。长远而言,我们必须通力合作和为我们的长者提供更多的协助。