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June 16, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – COVID-19每日更新 – 2020年6月16日

COVID-19 Updates – June 16, 2020

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COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto

  • 13,502 total cases
  • 82 new confirmed cases (8 fewer new cases from previous day)
  • 300 hospitalized with 72 in ICU
  • 992 deaths
  • 11,195 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health

City of Toronto

  • Lifeguards will return to six of Toronto’s swimming beaches on June 22. Lifeguards will supervise each location daily from 11:30am to 6:30pm. Swimming without the supervision of a lifeguard or outside designated swim areas is not recommended. Read more…
  • The City of Toronto today issued an inaugural social bond offering of $100 million. Toronto is the first government in Canada to establish a Social Debenture Program, furthering its leadership in sustainable finance, and promoting positive and equitable socioeconomic outcomes. Read more…

Government of Ontario

  • The Government of Ontario is providing employers with a general workplace guide, to help them develop a safety plan for their workplaces to better protect workers, customers and clients. Read more…
  • The Government of Ontario is investing over $2.3 million in seven broadband projects that will support rural and Indigenous communities in Northern Ontario.
  • The Government of Ontario, in partnership with Science North and the Ontario Science Centre, is creating additional educational content for students and teachers during the school closures resulting from COVID-19. The Province is providing up to $1.5 million to create made-in-Ontario videos and resources to support Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) learning. The resources will align with the four science strands in the curriculum and will help students from Kindergarten to Grade 12.

Government of Canada

  • The Prime Minister announced that the Canada Emergency Response Benefit would be extended by 8 weeks. The Federal Government will be monitoring the economy and virus spread to determine if this program needs to be adjusted.
  • The Canada-U.S. border will remain closed until July 21st.
  • More than 60% of COVID-19 cases in Canada have recovered. Despite the encouraging numbers, Canadians should not become complacent.


COVID-19每日更新 – 2020616



  • 13,502宗累计确诊病例
  • 82宗新病例(较日前少8宗)
  • 300名患者需要入院,其中72人在重症监护病房留医
  • 累计992人死亡
  • 累计11,195人康复



  • 救生员将在6月22日重新开始在六个市内的泳滩当值。救生员将在每天上午11:30至下午6:30在泳滩督导市民。请勿在没有救生员值班时和在指定游泳区域以外游泳。更多详情请参阅: 点击这里
  • 市政府在今天发行了首笔总值1亿加元的社会债券。多伦多是加拿大第一个发行社会债券的政府。这项政策将提高本市在可持续金融领域的领导地位和促进积极和公平的社会经济成果。更多详情请参阅: 点击这里


  • 省政府正在为雇主提供一般的工作场所指南,以帮助他们制定有关如何在工作场所保护员工和客户的安全计划。更多详情请参阅:点击这里
  • 省政府正在向七个宽频工程项目投资230万加元。这些项目将为安大略省北部的农村和原住民社区提供更好的网络。
  • 省政府与Science North和 Ontario Science Center合作为学生和教师在COVID-19停课期间提供更多的教材。省政府将提供高达150万加元的资金,以用于在省内创作有关科学,技术,工程和数学(STEM)学科的视频和教育资源。这些教材将与四个原有的科学教程保持一,而教材将适用于幼儿园到12年级的学生。


  • 总理宣布,加拿大紧急救济金将延长8周。 联邦政府将审视国内经济和疫情,以确定是否需要对该计划进行调整。
  • 加拿大和美国的边境将在7月21日前维持关闭。
  • 本国超过60%的COVID-19患者已经痊愈。尽管这个消息令人鼓舞,但国民仍不能松懈。