September 9, 2020 – COVID-19 Update – 2020年9月9日 ― 电子通讯
September 9, 2020 – COVID-19 Update
COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto
- 16,477 total cases
- 58 new confirmed cases
- 26 people hospitalized
- 1,176 deaths
- 14,794 recovered
Full details from Toronto Public Health
City of Toronto
- The City of Toronto Court Services is beginning a phased reopening starting September 14 and will schedule additional remote non-trial hearings starting September 28.
o Effective today, residents can submit appointment requests for Court Services counters at 1530 Markham Rd., 2700 Eglinton Ave. W. and 60 Queen St. W.
o Appointments can be booked by emailing POACourt@toronto.ca and including the word “Appointment” in the subject line. Appointments may also be booked by phone at 416-338-7320. Appointments will be booked for 1-2 weeks later.
- Registration for City of Toronto fall recreation programs and December holiday camps starts Saturday, September 12 and continues next week.
o Extended service hours are available by calling customer service at 416-396-7378 from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm on September 9, 10, 11 and 14.
o Registration begins 7:00 am on Sunday, September 13 for the Scarborough area.
o Residents are asked to confirm the district that their desired programs are running in before registration starts. Registration districts can be found by clicking here.
Government of Ontario
- The Provincial Government is providing up to $1.3 billion in critical supports and has delivered more than 37 million pieces of PPE to safely reopen schools in Ontario.
- The following public health protocols will be implemented in schools:
o Parents must screen their children and all staff must self-screen every day before attending school. Students and staff who are unwell must stay home.
o Schools must immediately report any suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the school to their local public health unit. Every day, school boards must report any staff or student absences due to confirmed cases of COVID-19 to the ministry.
o Students in Grades 4-12 will be required to wear face coverings (non-medical or cloth masks) indoors in school, including in hallways, entrances and during classes. Face coverings are not required but encouraged for students up to Grade 3.
o Schools will teach and remind students about appropriate hand hygiene and provide breaks in schedules to allow students to wash their hands. Teachers and staff are also receiving additional health and safety training.
o Students will remain with the same group of children and teachers as much as possible throughout the school day.
o Schools will significantly limit visitors, including parents.
o Schools will keep rigorous daily class attendance records, seating charts, lists of bussed students, and approved daily visitors (e.g. supply and occasional teachers, custodians) for contact-tracing purposes.
- The Provincial Government has gradually reopened all 24 provincial centers for apprenticeship and trade-related certifications. Apprentices and skilled tradespeople can now book their final exams at their local apprenticeship.
2020年9月9日 ― 电子通讯
- 自即日起，民众可向位于1530 Markham 路，2700 Eglinton 西路，以及 60 Queen 西路的法院服务台的提交预约申请。
- 民众可通过发送电子邮件至POACourt@toronto.ca 预约。需在主题栏写明“预约”。亦可致电416-338-7320预约。预约时间会在1至2周后。