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June 23, 2020 – COVID-19 Updates – COVID-19每日更新–2020年6月23日

COVID-19 Updates – June 23, 2020

Agincourt Village Community Association (AVCA)

The AVCA Executive is working on behalf of the Agincourt Village community as various changes, issues and impacts arise. You can check their website at www.avcatoronto.ca for the latest community updates. To contact the executive, please e-mail avcatoronto@gmail.com.

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COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto

  • 13,893 total cases
  • 63 new confirmed cases (26 more new cases from previous day)
  • 255 hospitalized with 62 in ICU
  • 1,052 deaths
  • 11,960 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health

City of Toronto

  • The City of Toronto, with donations from PetSmart Charities® of Canada and Toronto residents, is providing assistance to pet owners in under-resourced communities and those facing homelessness who are affected by COVID-19. To apply for assistance, pet owners can contact Toronto Animal Services by doing one of the following:
  • The best place for a pet during COVID-19 is with their owner. However, if pet owners become seriously ill or require hospitalization, the best place for the pet is with a family member or friend. Please click here for a list of precautions that pet owners can take in the case of an emergency.
  • Registration for CampTO, beginning July 13, will take place beginning at 7:00am tomorrow Wednesday, June 24 for Etobicoke/York and Scarborough districts. CampTO programs details are available online at: http://www.toronto.ca/camps. Residents can register through the following means:
    • Online at https://efun.toronto.ca ; or,
    • Calling 416-396-7378 Monday to Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Extended hours from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM are being offered today.

Government of Ontario

  • The Government of Ontario released the new elementary math curriculum for Grades 1-8. It will be introduced in the 2020-2021 school year. The new math curriculum will:
    • Build understanding of the value and use of money through mandatory financial literacy concepts;
    • Teach coding or computer programming skills starting in Grade 1 to improve problem solving and fluency with technology, to prepare students for jobs of the future;
    • Use relevant, current, and practical examples so students can connect math to everyday life; and,
    • Put a focus on fundamental math concepts and skills, such as learning and recalling number facts.

Government of Canada

  • There were no new updates from the Government of Canada today.



爱静阁社区协会 (AVCA)

随着各种变化和问题的出现,爱静阁社区协会的执行委员会正在协助爱静阁村(Agincourt Village)社区的人士。请浏览 www.avcatoronto.ca 查看最新的社区更新。如有查询,请发电邮至爱静阁社区协会的执行委员会: avcatoronto@gmail.com

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COVID-19 多伦多市累计个案

  • 13,893宗累计确诊病例
  • 63宗新病例(较日前多26宗)
  • 255名患者需要入院,其中62人在重症监护病房留医
  • 累计1,052人死亡
  • 累计11,960人康复

更多详情请参阅 多伦多公共卫生部们网页


  • 由於接受了Petsmart Charities of Canada 和多伦多市民的热心捐助,多伦多市政府正在为缺乏资源的多伦多社区内的宠物主人和受COVID-19影响的露宿者提供援助。如要申请援助,宠物主人可以通过以下方法之与多伦多市动物管理部门联系:
    • 浏览 https://s.cotsurvey.chkmkt.com/?e=194413&h=FD18584E7EEC17F&l=en以及完成网上调查;
    • 发送电邮至 taspartnerships@toronto.ca ;或者,
    • 致电416-396-7378 (电话服务时间:周一至周日中午12点至下午4点)
    • 在COVID-19期间,宠物最好是与主人在一起。如果宠物主人患上重病或需要入院接受治疗,宠物短期之内最好是由主人的亲戚或朋友照顧。宠物主人在紧急情况下可以采取各种预防措施。更多详情请参阅: 点击这里
    • CampTO将在7月13日开始。从明天6月24日(星期三)早上7点开始,Etobicoke/York区和士嘉堡区的市民能登记参与CampTO的暑期活动。 如要查看CampTO暑期活动的详细信息,请浏览: http://www.toronto.ca/camps。 居民可以通过以下方式注册:
      • https://efun.toronto.ca网上登记;或者,
      • 致电416-396-7378(电话服务时间:周一至周五早上8点至下午5点)


  • 安大略省政府发布了1至8年级的新数学课程。 新课程将在2020-2021学年首次引入。 新数学课程将:
    • 通过强制性的金融知识概念课程,加深学生对货币价值和用途的理解;
    • 从一年级开始教導编码或计算机编程技能,以提高学生對问题解决能力和科技了解的水平,为学生将来的工作时作出准备;
    • 使用相关,當前適用和实际的例子,使学生能将数学理论与日常生活联系起来; 以及,
    • 将重点放在基本的数学概念和技能上,例如学习和数字回憶示例。


  • 加拿大联邦政府今天没有更新。