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September 18, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – 2020年9月18日 ― COVID-19每日更新

September 18, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto

  • 17,259 total cases
  • 142 new confirmed cases
  • 24 people hospitalized
  • 1,178 deaths
  • 15,202 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health

L’Amoreaux KidsTown Water Park

The L’Amoreaux KidsTown Water Park will be undergoing a redesign in order to serve Toronto residents for many more summers. City of Toronto staff will be holding a virtual session on September 30th, 2020 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm regarding details of the project. For more information, please click here.

City of Toronto

  • ActiveTO road closures will once again take place from Saturday, September 19th at 6:00 am to Sunday, September 20th at 11:00 pm.
    • Aside from the usual closures on sections of Lake Shore Boulevard and Bayview Avenue, open street closures will take place on:
      • Yonge Street from Dundas Street to The Esplanade (northbound and southbound lanes); and,
      • Yonge Street from The Esplanade to Queens Quay (northbound lanes only) on Sunday, September 20th and 27th from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Read more…
  • Toronto Public Health advises that guidance on places of worship have not changed. Such institutions can still have 30% of their room capacity or up to 100 outdoors for the ceremony or rite, if they can maintain physical distancing, masks and other protocols. Social gatherings before or after this type of service are limited to 25 people or less outdoors or 10 people indoors. For more information, please click here.
  • This construction season, the City of Toronto has worked to accelerate as many important construction projects as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more…
  • This past spring, Parks, Forestry and Recreation began litter collection in hotspot ravine locations in the City, as a key next step for implementation of the Ravine Strategy.  Litter collection work has focused on known hotspots across the City that have been identified through complaints to 311 and by staff.
    • If you know of a hotspot ravine location where litter is a significant problem, send an e-mail with some details to describe the approximate location (e.g. park name, nearest intersection, address of nearby building) to ravinestrategy@toronto.ca by September 24.
  • Today, Mayor John Tory unveiled the City of Toronto’s new Toronto Sign on Nathan Phillips Square. Read more…
  • The City of Toronto invites residents and community leaders to help inspire climate action by becoming a Neighbourhood Climate Action Champion. Read more…

 

2020918  COVID-19每日更新

 

COVID-19多伦多市疫情数据

  • 累计确诊病例:17,259
  • 当日新增病例:142
  • 住院患者:24
  • 累计死亡:1,178
  • 累计康复:15,202

详情请参阅多伦多公共卫生局

 

L’Amoreaux儿童嬉水公园

市府决定重新设计L’Amoreaux 儿童嬉水公园,旨在修建焕然一新的嬉水公园,让它在未来许多夏季服务于本市市民。市府工作人员将于2020年9月30日晚上6时半至8时举行视频会议,讨论项目细节。如需了解更多信息,请点击这里

 

多伦多市政府

  • ActiveTO项目将再次封闭部分街道, 封路时间自9月19日(星期六)早上6时至9月20日(星期日)晚上11时。
    • 除封闭以往Lake Shore 大道和Bayview大街部分路段外,将封闭:
      • Yonge街,从Dundas街到The Esplanade路段(北行和南行车道);
      • 以及于9月20日和27日(星期日)早上8时至下午3时,封闭Yonge街从The Esplanade至Queens Quay(仅北行车道)路段。更多资讯
    • 多伦多公共卫生局表示,对礼拜场所的公共卫生指南并未改变。这类机构若能保持人际距离、佩戴口罩并遵守其他规定,仍然可以利用其30%的室内空间或在室外举行最多有100人参与的仪式或典礼。而在礼拜服务前后的社交聚会,室外人数必须限制在25人以内,室内人数必须限制在10人以内。如欲了解更多信息,请点击这里
    • 当下正值施工季节,市府致力于在COVID-19大流行期间尽可能加快重要施工项目运行。更多资讯
    • 作为实施市府峡谷战略(Ravine Strategy)方案的关键一步,公园、森林及康乐部(Parks, Forestry and Recreation)今春开始在市内峡谷热点地区收集垃圾。垃圾收集工作主要集中在通过市民致电311投诉以及工作人员认定的全市范围已知热点地区。
    • 如果您发现某个峡谷热点地区垃圾问题严重,请于9月24日之前发送电子邮件至ravinestrategy@toronto.ca,并附上细节,描述大概位置(如公园名称、最近的十字路口、附近建筑物的地址等)
    • 今天,巿长庄德利在弥敦菲腊广场(Nathan Phillips Square)上为新树立的多伦多标志揭幕。更多资讯
    • 市府邀请居民及社区领袖通过成为 “邻里气候行动领袖”,助力气候行动。更多资讯