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June 5, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6月5日

COVID-19 Updates – June 5, 2020

June 2020 Update Agincourt Village Community Association

We welcome the opportunity to expand our ‘Bubble” during this COVID-19 pandemic.  At the same time the following reminders will assist in keeping each of us healthy:

  • Wear a face covering when social distancing is a challenge.
  • Wash hands frequently. Read more…

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

  • 12,033 total cases
  • 198 new cases (15 more new cases than reported yesterday)
  • 352 hospitalized with 86 in ICU
  • 890 deaths
  • 9,304 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health

City of Toronto

  • The City of Toronto is providing guidance to safely reopen restaurants for indoor and outdoor dining and personal service settings for personal care services once provincial orders are lifted for these sectors of the economy. Read more..
  • With nice weather approaching, residents are encouraged to head outside in their local neighbourhood for fresh air and exercise, but are reminded to practice physical distancing or wear a face covering or non-medical mask where physical distancing cannot be maintained. Read more..
  • The Province of Ontario announced that short-term rentals would be allowed to resume operations.  In Toronto, short-term rentals are regulated by the City’s Zoning By-laws and Licensing and Registration of Short-Term Rentals Bylaw and resumption of operation must be in accordance with these bylaws. Read more…

Government of Ontario

  • The Government of Ontario will announce how businesses can prepare for the Stage 2 re-opening the Province.
  • The Ontario Government has identified up to $23 billion needed for the economic recovery due to COVID-19 and is asking the Federal Government for help.
    • The estimate includes healthcare costs, funding for needed supplies like PPE, funding for municipalities, supporting long-term care homes and childcare costs to support families

 Government of Canada

  • Canadians with disabilities will receive a one-time, non-taxable payment of up to $600.
  • The Federal Government is launching a National Workplace Accessibility Stream to help people with disabilities find and keep good jobs
    • The Federal Government is funding 5 new projects to help workers with disabilities get supportive devices to overcome barriers in the workplace
    • More Canadians returned to work in May, roughly 1.2 million Canadians who applied for CERB no longer need this support
    • The Federal Government will contribute $14 billion to help provinces restart their economies.


COVID-19每日更新 – 202065



  • 在无法保持社交隔离时戴上口罩。
  • 勤于洗手。更多详情请浏览: 点击这里


COVID-19 多伦多市累计个案 

  • 12,033宗累计确诊病例
  • 198宗新病例 (较日前多15宗)
  • 352名患者需要入院,其中86人在重症监护病房留医
  • 累计890人死亡
  • 累计9,304人康复



  • 市政府就省级单位将会取消餐饮及服务业禁令向有关行业的商户发布了一系列的重开指引。更多详情请参阅: 点击这里
  • 随著天气逐渐变得和暖,我们鼓励居民到住宅附近户外地方运动和吸收新鲜空气。与此同时,请紧记遵守社交隔离措施和在不能有效执行措施时戴上非医用口罩。更多详情请参阅: 点击这里
  • 省政府宣布将允许短期租约房屋恢复营运。短租房屋在多伦多是受到<<规划条例>>和<<短租房屋许可和注册条例>>管制的。业主在恢复营运同时必须遵守以上法例。更多详情请参阅: 点击这里


  • 省政府将宣布企业如何就第二阶段的经济重启措施作出准备。
  • 根据省政府预算,经济在COVID-19疫情过后的复苏期将需要230亿加元,因此已各向联邦政府寻求援助。
    • 上述估计金额包括医疗保健费用、购买所需物资(如个人防护装备)的资金、市政资金、对长期护理院的援助和向家庭提供托儿费用。


  • 残疾人士将可获发一次性和免税的补助金。最高金额为600加元。
  • 联邦政府正将实行全国无障碍工作场所地计划,以协助残疾人士寻找和保留良好的职位。
    • 联邦政府将资助5个新项目,以协助残疾工人获得支用以克服工作场所障碍的装备。
    • 五月份有更多加拿大人重返工作岗位,120万申领了CERB的加拿大居民无需继续接受援助。
    • 联邦政府将付出140亿加元帮协助各省重整经济。