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ONTHealth May 19
Today is . PSWs across Ontario working in homes and home and community care for your dedication to care for those who need help every day and during . We appreciate you!
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Rudy Cuzzetto, MPP 24m
UPDATE: To keep safe from , we need to continue our efforts: 🔬Get tested if you may have been exposed to the virus ↔️ Practice physical distancing (2 metres) 😷 Wear masks where that’s a challenge 🧼 Continue washing hands frequently Read more:
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ONTHealth May 22
Non-medical masks or face coverings should be made of at least two layers of tightly woven material (such as cotton or linen) and be large enough to completely and comfortably cover the nose and mouth without gaps. Learn more:
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Ryan Imgrund 15h
MAY 26: 1️⃣.0️⃣8️⃣ (ONTARIO COVID-19 Rt value). It’s day SEVEN with an estimated effective reproduction number > 1.0. So how does this compare to Alberta where things are better under control? Keep reading ... 1/3 **FOLLOW ME FOR DAILY UPDATES**
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ONTHealth May 22
When removing a face covering, throw it out into a lined garbage bin and immediately. Do not leave any discarded face coverings in shopping carts or on the ground. Learn more about other preventative tips:
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Merrilee Fullerton, MPP May 25
Here’s today’s update. Stay up-to-date by visiting
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ONTHealth May 22
All face coverings that cannot be cleaned, i.e. washed in laundry, should be thrown out and replaced as soon as they get slightly wet, dirty or crumpled. Learn more:
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Dr. Jennifer Kwan 14h
Replying to @jkwan_md
testing in 🧪🇨🇦 -% positive 2.9% - (orange) -Testing: 9875 today (red) -Backlog: 6961 pending today (green) Hope testing continues to ramp up!
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Rudy Cuzzetto, MPP 3h
My friend Vishal Khanna and his volunteer team at Food Bank have worked tirelessly to provide healthy food to our most vulnerable throughout the crisis. Proud to support them with a charitable contribution. You can donate here:
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ONTHealth May 22
Face coverings should not be placed on or used by: • children under the age of two • anyone who has trouble breathing • anyone who is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance. Learn more:
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📊Bill Comeau 12h
info MUST be shared. Ontario is not sharing geographic details due to a concern over "privacy" and "stigma". This is WRONG and is paternalistic pre-pandemic thinking. Cases can be grouped into more local areas than "Peel" and "Toronto". People have a RIGHT to know.
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Ryan Imgrund May 25
MAY 25: 1️⃣.0️⃣5️⃣ (ONTARIO COVID-19 Rt value). It’s day SIX with an estimated effective reproduction number > 1.0. Ever wonder how the GTA compares to the rest of Ontario? Or what the Rt value is in Montreal? Keep reading ... 1/4
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ONTHealth May 20
Face coverings are recommended when is challenging or not possible. Wear a face covering to protect others and of . Follow these important tips on how to use face coverings during .
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G.T. Lem 11h
Before Trudeau Haters say "If only we had more " Pres of Ont. Nurses Assoc (Vicky McKenna) says Long-Term Care Homes in Ont (like Anson Place) have NOT been implementing Pandemic Plan & its procedures
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ONTHealth May 22
If your face covering can be cleaned, you should put it directly into the wash or a bag that can be emptied into the wash. immediately after putting it into the laundry. Learn more:
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OntarioNewsWatch.com 16h
Hershell Ezrin: Backbenchers Can Play a More Prominent Role During the Pandemic
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ONTHealth May 25
Adults and frontline workers dealing with the realities of can call at 1-866-531-2600 for , addictions and problem gambling supports. Services are available in over 170 languages.
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ONTHealth May 21
Face coverings will not protect you from getting but it can protect others. The best way to protect yourself is to regularly (or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available). Learn more:
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Rudy Cuzzetto, MPP 16h
While Minister has made the difficult decision to close our schools until the end of June, we’re expanding summer learning programs to help ensure that students are on track to start the 2020-21 school year.
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City of Cambridge 13h
It's and we’d like to recognize the important work paramedics do to keep residents safe and healthy, especially during . Thank you!
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