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June 1, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates – June 1, 2020

Fundy Bay and Terry Fox Community Virtual Events

On every Monday in June between 3:30 to 4:30 PM, the Fundy Bay and Terry Fox Community will be organizing a series of free virtual events full of park-themed activities. Events are free for kids and families to enjoy as we navigate the COVID-19 emergency.

Events are as follows:

  • June 1: Celebrating Our Parks
  • June 8: World Oceans Day
  • June 15: Solstice Celebration
  • June 22: National Indigenous Peoples Day
  • June 29: Canada Day

Participants can sign up at: http://parksconnectingkids.eventbrite.com

Face Masks and Hand Sanitizers for those of you that have signed up you will be receiving an update next 48 hours.

If you wish to keep updated on community events during the COVID-19 emergency, please check the COVID-19 Community Corner at: http://karygiannis.net/wp/category/covid-19-community-corner/

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 

  • 11,338 total cases
  • 164 new cases (14 more cases from the day before)
  • 379 hospitalized with 83 in ICU
  • 828 deaths
  • 8,630 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health,

City of Toronto

  • This morning, Toronto Public Library (TPL) reopened 53 additional library branches drop boxes to accept the return of library materials. Residents will be able to start scheduling the pick-up of their reserved materials as of Monday, June 8. Read more…
  • The City of Toronto will begin to open some of the 200 parks washrooms this week across the City.
    • The reopening will occur in two phases. The first phase will have roughly 50 washroom sites opening by June 6, followed by the remaining locations by mid-June. A list of locations and health guidelines for washrooms are available on the City Services webpage.

Government of Ontario

  • The Government of Ontario has pledged $9 million to the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (CEAP). CEAP will provide one-time payments to consumers to help pay any electricity bill debt incurred over the COVID‑19 period. Applications will be available through local utilities in the upcoming months.
  • The Provincial Government has also pledged $8 million for the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program for Small Business (CEAP-SB) to provide support to businesses struggling with bill payments as a result of the outbreak.
  • The Ontario Energy Board’s winter disconnection ban has been extended until July 31, 2020.
  • Time-of-use (TOU) electricity rates will continue to be suspended. Customers will be billed based on a new fixed COVID-19 Recovery Rate of 12.8 cents per kilowatt hour.
    • The COVID-19 Recovery Rate comes into effect for electricity customers who pay TOU rates. This fixed rate will apply to TOU customer bills 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
    • The COVID-19 Recovery Rate will be in place until October 31, 2020, followed by a new customer choice initiative.
    • Starting November 1, 2020, customers will be able to choose a plan that best suits their household and lifestyle with the option of either TOU electricity rates or tiered pricing, which will provide a set rate for electricity up to a certain level of consumption.
    • The Provincial Government will continue to subsidize electricity bills by 31.8 per cent through the Ontario Electricity Rebate.

Government of Canada

  • The Government of Canada will make $2.25 billion available to municipalities through the Gas Fund. This fund normally gives payments in 2 installments but given the circumstances, the full payment for 2020/2021 will be made available in the coming weeks.
  • The Prime Minister stated that the Federal Government will continue to work with municipalities to address financial difficulties stemming from the COVID-19 emergency.
  • 54% of COVID-19 cases in Canada have recovered. 1.6 million people have been tested nationwide.


COVID-19每日更新 – 202061

 Fundy Bay Terry Fox社区线上活动

在6月的每一个星期一下午3:30至4:30,Fundy Bay 和 Terry Fox 社区将会举辨一系列以公园为主题的免费活动。这些免费提为儿童和家庭而主办的活动将有助居民正面地面对COVID-19疫情。


  • 6月1日:赞颂我们的公园
  • 6月8日:世界海洋日
  • 6月15日:夏至庆典
  • 6月22日:全国原住民日
  • 6月29日:加拿大国庆日

有意参加者请在以下网页注册: http://parksconnectingkids.eventbrite.com


希望取得更多有关我们社区在COVID-19紧急状态下的最新消息,请经以下网页浏览我的COVID-19公告栏: http://karygiannis.net/wp/category/covid-19-community-corner/

请将此讯息传递给你的家人、邻居和朋友。如果各位希望收到我们的每日更新,请用电子邮件通知: jim@karygiannis.net

COVID-19 多伦多市累计个案

  • 10,901宗累计确诊病例
  • 175宗新病例 (较日前少26宗)
  • 372名患者需要入院,其中83人在重症监护病房留医
  • 累计810人死亡
  • 累计8,086人康复

更多详情请参阅 多伦多公共卫生部门网页


  • 多伦多公共图书馆(TPL)在今天早上重新开放了53个图书馆的还书箱,以接受市民归还馆藏。从6月8日星期一起,市民将能够重新开始领取已预留的馆藏。更多详情请阅: 点击这里
  • 市政府将在本周起局步重新开放市内共200个公园洗手间。
    • 重开计划将分为两阶段进行。在第一阶段6月6日之前大约50个不同地点的洗手间将会开放,而其他地点的洗手间将在6月中旬之前重开。市政府服务网页上已列出所有洗手间的位置和卫生准则之列表。 点击这里


  • 省政府已承诺向COVID-19能源援助计划(CEAP)拨款900万加元。 CEAP将向市民提供一次性、用以缴付因COVID-19而引起的电费债务的财政援助。申请程序将在未来数周由地区电力公司提供。
  • 省政府同时已为COVID-19小型企业能源援助计划(CEAP-SB) 拨款900万加元,以支援因疫情而未能缴付电费的公司。
  • 安大略省能源委员会的冬季停止供电禁令已延长至2020年7月31日。
  • 根据使用时间(TOU) 的电力收费将维持暂停。电力公司将根据新的COVID-19复原期固定收费率(每千瓦时12.8美分)向客户收费。
    • COVID-19复原期固定收费率将对现行TOU客户生效。此固定费率将每周每天适用于TOU用家的账户。
    • COVID-19复原期固定收费率有效期到2020年10月31日为止。此后,用家将过渡至一个新的用户自选计划。
    • 由2020年11月1日起,用户将可以选择最适合其家庭和生活方式的方案。选择包括TOU或在一定用电量前固定价格固定的分段电力收费。
    • 省政府将继续通过安大略省电力回扣补贴31.8%的电费。


  • 加拿大政府将通过天然气基金向各市提供22.5亿加元。 该基金在正常情况下一年分发款项两次,但正因现时的特殊情况,基金将在未来数周内提供2020/2021年度的全额拨款。
  • 总理表示,联邦政府将继续与各市政府合作解决因COVID-19紧急情况而引起的财务窘境。
  • 加拿大境内54% 的COVID-19病例已经痊愈。另外,全国总共有160万人已接受了病毒测试。