June 13, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6月13日
COVID-19 Updates – June 13, 2020
Mandatory face masks in public – Yes or No
City of Toronto staff will be presenting a report to the June meeting of City Council with respect to whether or not wearing a face mask should be mandatory when a person is out in public. I am asking you to express your views on this very important issue. I look forward to hearing your views. To express your views, please click here
I had the opportunity to provide PPE to Bridlegrove Bible Chapel for the religious opening
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City of Toronto
- Toronto Public Health launches COVID-19 monitoring dashboard. A key role of public health in the battle against COVID-19 is to use current evidence and local data to inform decisions about interventions and measures to keep residents safe and healthy. Today, as progress towards reopening continues to be monitored, the City of Toronto is pleased to launch a new COVID-19 monitoring dashboard. This new dashboard will provide a progress assessment for the local COVID-19 response. Read more…
- City park and amenities open this weekend
- picnic shelters
- soccer and multi-use outdoor fields, including running tracks in parks
- baseball diamonds and basketball courts
- some public tennis courts and pickleball courts
- lawn bowling and outdoor bocce
- off-leash dog parks
- BMX locations and skateboard parks
- City-run golf courses and disc golf locations
- ravine green spaces, beaches, trails and boardwalks for walking, running or biking
- fishing with a licence, boating, kayaking and canoeing
If a resident arrives at a park that is crowded, they are advised to visit a different park or return at a later time when there are fewer people. Read more..
Government of Ontario
- The Ontario government the government is extending the number of people allowed to attend
- an indoor wedding or funeral ceremony to a maximum of 30 per cent capacity of the ceremony venue.
- wedding and funeral ceremonies taking place outdoors will be limited to 50 attendees.
- For both indoor and outdoor ceremonies, those attending must follow proper health and safety advice, including practicing physical distancing from people who are not from the same household or their established 10-person social circle. Read more..
Government of Canada
- There were no Government of Canada updates today.
COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6月13日
因应政府放宽对宗教机构的限制，我向Bridlegrove Bible Chapel提供了个人防护装备。
- 多伦多公共卫生部推出了新的COVID-19网页予公众监察最新的情况和数据。公共卫生部在抗疫过程中其中一项关键的工作是利用当前的资料和数据提出用以确保居民安全和健康的公共措施、指引和决策。随著重启措施进一步落实，这个新的监察网页将为公众提供最新的疫情评估。更多详情请阅: 点击这里
- 如果居民在到达时公园已十分拥挤，请移步至其他公园或在人数较少时返回。更多详情请阅: 点击这里
- 户内和户外仪式的参加者均须守适当的健康和安全建议，这包括与来自不同家庭或已组成的10人社交群内的人士保持身体疏远。更多详情请阅: 点击这里