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September 4, 2020 – E-Newsletter – 2020年9月4日 ― 电子通讯

September 4, 2020 – E-Newsletter

 COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto

  • 16,205 total cases
  • 43 new confirmed cases
  • 30 people hospitalized
  • 1,175 deaths
  • 14,619 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health

City of Toronto

  • As Toronto enjoys the last long weekend of the summer and prepare for back-to-school, it remains vitally important that residents follow Toronto Public Health advice to stay home when ill, and to wash their hands often, practise physical distancing, and wear a face covering or mask in all indoor public spaces when going out. Residents are urged to be careful while socializing as the choices made this Labour Day weekend and, in the weeks, and months ahead have the potential to affect everyone. Read more…

Government of Ontario

  • The Government of Ontario is providing $37 million to help more than 15,000 people train for new jobs and upgrade their skills to enable them to contribute to the province’s economic recovery.
    • The province is working to finalize agreements with training providers. The full list of successful recipients will be available on September 25, 2020. Read more…

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COVID-19多伦多市累计个案

 16,205宗累计确诊病例

  • 43宗当日新增病例
  • 住院患者30人
  • 累计死亡1,175人
  • 累计康复14,619人

详情请参阅多伦多公共卫生局

多伦多市政府

  • 在多伦多市民享受夏季的最后一个长周末并准备返校之际,继续遵守多伦多公共卫生官的防疫建议仍然至关重要。如果生病,请留在家中;经常洗手;保持安全社交距离;出行时在所有室内公共场所佩戴面罩或口罩。市府敦促居民在社交时多加小心,因为我们在即将到来的这个劳动节周末和在未来几周甚至几个月所做出的选择,可能影响到每个家庭和社区。更多资讯

安大略省政府

  • 省府将拨款3700万元,帮助15,000多人进行职业培训并寻找新工作,使他们提升工作技能,助力本省实现经济复苏。
    • 省府正与培训方敲定协议最终细节,预计2020年9月25日将公布已确定培训方的完整名单。更多资讯