June 11, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates
COVID-19 Updates – June 11 2020
Today, I had the pleasure of delivering donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to North American Muslim Foundation and Islamic Society of Willowdale in advance of religious institutions opening on June 12, 2020 Read more...
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COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto
- 13,063 total cases
- 114 new confirmed cases (7 fewer new cases from yesterday)
- 306 hospitalized with 72 in ICU
- 965 deaths
- 10,558 recovered
Full details from Toronto Public Health
City of Toronto
- On Wednesday, June 17th, the TTC Board will be entertaining a Motion requiring customers to wear face masks beginning July 2th.
- The Federal and Provincial Governments are jointly investing $57 million investment to help small businesses across Ontario go digital by building on Toronto’s investments into Digital Main Street and ShopHERE powered by Google. Read more…
Government of Ontario
- The gradual resumption of visits to long-term care homes, retirement homes and other residential care settings will begin June 18, 2020.
- Other residential care settings include homes serving people with developmental disabilities, shelters for survivors of gender-based violence, and children’s residential settings
- Long-term care homes will allow outdoor visits of one person per resident each week at a minimum.
- Retirement homes will resume indoor and outdoor visits in designated areas or resident suites when physical distancing can be maintained.
- Other residential care settings will be able to allow outdoor visits of two people at time. Physical distancing will be required for all visits.
- Visitors will be subject to strict health and safety protocols, including active screening every visit, confirming with staff that they have tested negative for COVID-19 within the past two weeks, and complying with the infection prevention and control measures. This includes bringing and wearing a face covering during visits.
- Long-term care and retirement homes, as well as other residential care settings must meet the following conditions before they welcome visitors:
- Homes must not be in outbreak;
- Homes must have an established process for communicating visitor protocol and the associated safety procedures; and,
- Homes must maintain the highest infection prevention and control standards.
- For retirement homes, visitor admissions will vary from home to home depending upon their individual circumstances.
Government of Canada
- The Post Promise program calls on businesses to commit to 5 key public health measures. These measures include: maintaining physical distancing, staying home if one feels unwell, practicing respiratory etiquette, maintaining a clean workspace and hand washing. All business owners can commit at postpromise.com .
- The Federal Government today announced $133 million in funding for Indigenous businesses. $117 million will help small and community-owned Indigenous businesses and $16 million will support Indigenous businesses in the tourism sector.
COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6月11日
因为宗教埸所在明天6月12日重新开放的缘故，我在今天向North American Muslim Foundation 和 Islamic Society of Williowdale 运送达了个人防护装备。更多详情请阅： 点击这里
- 联邦政府和省政府同时投资了共5700万加元在 Digital Main Street 和 Google 提供的ShopHERE上，以协助省内的小型企业为业务数码化。更多详情请阅: 点击这里
- “The Post Promise” 计划鼓励企业实施5项公共卫生措施。这些措施包括：保持身体距离、员工在感到不适时留在家中、实践呼吸礼节、保持工作场所清洁和勤洗手。所有企业均可以在postpromise.com上注册。