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Toronto Public Health’s Guidance for Commercial or Residential Buildings PDF provides recommendations to help reduce the risk of exposures to acute respiratory illness, including COVID-19, in buildings such as hotels, condominiums, apartment buildings and other similar vertical living spaces.
Effective Monday, October 19, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., York Region will join Ottawa, Peel and Toronto public health regions in a modified Stage 2, as a result of their trends in public health indicators, including higher than average rates of COVID-19 transmission.
Today, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) announced new electricity prices for households and small businesses, effective November 1, under the Regulated Price Plan (RPP).
The Ontario government is introducing additional targeted public health measures in the Ottawa, Peel, and Toronto public health unit regions. These modified Stage 2 restrictions will be for a minimum of 28 days and reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Today, the Government of Ontario made regulatory amendments under the Condominium Act, 1998 (Condo Act) that extend the temporary legislative amendments permitting corporations governed under the Condo Act to call and hold meetings virtually. These temporary legislative amendments have now been extended to end on May 31, 2021.
The following are recommendations to help reduce the risk of exposures to acute respiratory illness including COVID-19 in buildings such as hotels, condominiums, apartment buildings and other similar vertical living spaces.
Modelling Shows Following Public Health Measures Remains Critical to Stop the Spread
Publicly-funded testing will be available and easily accessible for those who are symptomatic, have had close contact with a confirmed case, or are part of an outbreak investigation. In addition, testing will continue to be available on a targeted basis for specific asymptomatic individuals who are at greater risk due …
Learn about getting a COVID-19covid 19 (coronavirus) test at a testing location, including pharmacies and assessment centres.