June 5, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6月8日
COVID-19 Updates – June 8, 2020
Last Saturday, June 6, I was able to distribute free, pre-ordered face masks and hand sanitizer to over 400 constituents, most of whom brought donations to the Salvation Army Food Bank.
I want to thank the people of Ward 22 for their generosity. The Food Bank received donations of $1,000.00 and 2,000 pounds of non-perishable food stuffs. Your generosity will help feed those in our community who have been hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis. Read more..
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COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto *New
- 12,707 total cases
- 169 new confirmed cases
- 341 hospitalized with 78 in ICU
- 944 deaths
- 9,746 recovered
*Of the new cases, 57 are related to a delay in reporting previously-identified infections to Toronto Public Health.
Full details from Toronto Public Health,
City of Toronto
- The City of Toronto is opening 14 Emergency Cooling Centres to help residents who do not have access to a cool space and cannot keep cool in their home or outdoors. Centres will operate during Heat Warnings only, from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM, except Metro Hall, which will run 24 hours during Heat Warnings. Read more…
- The City of Toronto has, since April, been hard at work planning for the eventual restart of City services and the reopening of the economy. Last month, the Emergency Operations Centre created a “restart roadmap” to help guide the restarting of City operations and to support businesses in their safe reopening. Today’s announcement by the Province of Ontario, outlining the next phase of provincial reopening plans, supports the work the City has completed to date. Read more..
- Will have more details in the coming days on the City’s restart plans for Camp TO – a plan to help kids safely go to day camp this summer – and Swim TO – our plans to reopen pools and other aquatic facilities.
Government of Ontario
- The Government of Ontario will be moving forward with a regional approach to Stage 2 reopening the Province.
- Effective Friday, June 12, 2020 at 12:01 am, Ontario will increase the limit on social gatherings from 5 to 10 people across the Province.
- All places of worship in Ontario will also be permitted to open with physical distancing in place. Attendance will be limited to no more than 30 per cent of the building capacity.
- Toronto Public Health and the majority of Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area Public Health Units are NOT included in the Stage 2 re-opening.
- There will legislation coming to ban commercial eviction effective June 3, until August 31
- The province will soon release more details on other services, including:
- Child care;
- Summer camps;
- Post-secondary education pilots to help people graduate;
- Training centres; and,
- Public transit.
Government of Canada
- Immediate family members of permanent residents or citizens will be granted access into Canada as of today. Anyone entering the country must quarantine for 14 days and plan to stay at least 15 days. This includes spouses, children, parents, guardians or tutors.
COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6月8日
- 多伦多市将开设14个紧急空调中心，以供无法在家中使用空调和在户外乘凉的市民使用。中心仅在酷热天气警告有效期间开放，开放时间是早上11时至晚上7时开放。Metro Hall 中心则在酷热天气警告有效期间24小时开放。更多详情请阅: 点击这里
- 从四月开始一直至今，市政府一致力为重启本市的市政服务和商业运作作出准备。紧急行动中心在上月建立了重新启动路线图，用作本市有关安全地重启的指引。省政府在今天公布的下一阶段重启计划的路线图与市政府的计划是相辅相成的。更多详情请阅: 点击这里
- 市政府将在未来数天公布有关重新启动TO Camp夏令营计划的详情。该计划将以为儿童提供安全的夏令营营地为重点。另外，SwimTO将详述重新开放游泳池和其他水上设施的计划。
- 第二阶段的重启措施并不包括多伦多公共卫生部和Greater Toronto and Hamilton 范围内大部份的公共卫生部门。