June 4 2020 – COVID-19 Updates
COVID-19 Updates – June 4 2020
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COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto
- 11,652 total cases
- 183 new cases (44 more new cases than reported yesterday)
- 365 hospitalized with 82 in ICU
- 883 deaths
- 9,131 recovered
Full details from Toronto Public Health
City of Toronto
- Mayor John Tory launched CaféTO, a quick-start program that will make it easier for restaurant and bar owners to open and expand patios to access additional space for physical distancing.
- CaféTO will allow businesses to establish options for café configurations within the right-of-way and in accordance with public health guidelines. This may include waiving regular permit and application fees in order to install the cafés. Additional details information will be available next week on toronto.ca/cafeto.
- Currently, restaurants and bars along with their patios remain closed. City staff are working in anticipation of these establishments re-opening.
Government of Ontario
- The Government of Ontario announced the Premier’s Council on Equality of Opportunity, a new advisory group that will provide advice on how young people can overcome social and economic barriers and achieve success. The Council will also advise on long-term actions that can be taken to support youth during the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Those interested in joining the council are invited to apply to the Public Appointments Secretariat by Thursday, June 18, 2020. Eligible candidates should have expertise in areas such as community service, business, education, and government services such as youth justice and child welfare
- The Government of Ontario is further supporting Black communities to address the disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 by allocating $1.5 million in funding to organizations that support Black families and youth. This funding will be used to provide urgent COVID-19 supports and address the immediate needs of children, youth and families
Government of Canada
- The Prime Minister announces a one time, tax free payment for seniors that will arrive the week of July 6th. The payment will be automatic through Old Age Security and Guaranteed Income Supplement. The payment for single seniors will be up to $900 and couples could get up to $1,500.
COVID-19 每日更新 – 2020年6月4日
- 183宗新病例 (较日前多44宗)
- CafeTO计划将允许企业根据公共卫生准则在街道公有范围内增加咖啡馆模式的座位。计划可能包括括免安装新座许可证的申请和申请费。更多详情请参阅: toronto.ca/cafeto