June 10, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6 月10日
COVID-19 Updates – June 10, 2020
Yesterday I had the pleasure of delivering donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Copernicus Lodge 1700 face masks and 120 bottles of hand sanitizers.
“Our seniors and residents in long term care facilities are at a greater risk of contracting COVID-19.” said Jim Karygiannis. “Therefore, it is very important that the staff in these facilities have the PPE that they require.” Read more..
Toronto Transit Commission Update
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COVID-19 cases reported in Ontario
- 31,341 cases
- 251 new cases since yesterday (21 more than the day before)
- 580 hospitalized with 118 in ICU, 86 in ICU on a ventilator
- 2,475 deaths
- 25,380 resolved
Data published by the Province of Ontario
City of Toronto
- Mayor Tory has launched SwimTO, a quick-start program that will expedite the opening of the City’s beaches, outdoor pools, wading pools and splash pads.
- City staff are preparing now so that outdoor aquatic amenities can be opened when Toronto enters Stage 2 of Ontario’s re-opening. For more information, please click here.
- The City of Toronto will begin to offer summer camps starting on July 13 as part of the CampTO initiative.
- ActiveTO, now delivers 65 kilometres of Quiet Streets along 32 neighbourhood routes across Toronto.
- Quiet Streets are shared space to allow residents to maintain physical distancing, while getting around on neighbourhood streets. Signage and temporary barricades are placed at intersections to encourage slow, local vehicle access only so the roadway can be a shared space that welcomes people who walk, run or bike as an alternative to riding transit.
- For more information Read more..
- CampTO will offer more than 32,000 registered camp spaces for children between the ages of 6 and 12, over eight weeks of camps at approximately 150 locations across the city. For more information, please click here.
Government of Ontario
- The Ontario government has developed a plan for the gradual and safe resumption of in-person instruction at postsecondary institutions for the summer term
- Starting in July 2020, limited in-person education and training may restart for students who were not able to graduate due to COVID-19 closures. The first phase will allow institutions to re-open to provide in-person instruction in essential, frontline and high labour market demand areas, such as nursing, personal support workers, engineering, and other critical professions.
- In September, all students will have the opportunity to attend postsecondary education through virtual learning, in-class instruction or hybrid formats
- The limited summer re-opening will help individual institutions prepare for the fall term by ensuring proper health and safety protocols are in place. The Province is developing a framework to be released in the coming days, which will provide guidance on the summer re-opening and on health and safety measures
- Publicly assisted colleges and universities, Indigenous Institutes, private career colleges and other postsecondary education institutions may participate in this voluntary re-opening
- In order to maintain Ontario’s position as a global leader in higher education and research, the government will also begin working on a digital and academic modernization framework this summer
Government of Canada
- 58% of COVID-19 cases in Canada have been recovered
- Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, announced that the Government of Canada has partnered with the People Outside Safely Together (POST) Promise program, an initiative launched by Canadian private sector organizations to help businesses across the country reopen safely.
- The “POST Promise” is a voluntary commitment that business owners and managers can make by following five key public health actions that will help prevent the spread of COVID-19: maintaining physical distance; washing and sanitizing hands; cleaning and disinfecting regularly; staying home if unwell and self-monitoring for symptoms; practising respiratory etiquette (including wearing a mask when physical distancing is difficult).
- By displaying the “POST Promise” logo, participating businesses can reassure customers that they are doing their part to help protect Canadians’ health and safety.
- Business owners are encouraged to use the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance, and the interest-free $40,000 loan and the free hotline for businesses.
COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6 月10日
我在今天向 Copernicus Lodge运送达了个人防护装备，其中包括1,700个面罩和120瓶洗手液。
- 市政府工作人员正为在第二阶段开放室外水上设施作出准备。更多详情请阅： 点击这里
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- CampTO计划将为6至12岁的儿童在全市150个地点提供32,000个为期8周的注册营地单位。更多详情请阅: 点击这里
- 小企业，出口促进和国际贸易部长宣布，加拿大政府已与People Outside Safely Together (POST) Promise计划合作，以协助本国的商业社会能够安全地重新开放。
- POST Promise计划是一项企业和管理层可自愿参与的承诺，参与者必须遵从以下五项关键的公共卫生行动。这些行动将有助于防止COVID-19的传播：洗手并消毒； 定期清洁和消毒； 在身体不适时留在家中并自我监测；实践呼吸礼仪（包括保拎持身体距离和佩戴口罩）。
- 通过张示“POST Promise”标志，参与计划的企业可以向客户保证他们正在尽力帮助保护加拿大人的健康和安全。