Ontario to implement new restrictions as variant cases rise
07 Avril, 2021, 05:08 | Auteur: Yves Courtet
Peel's medical officer of health, Dr. Lawrence Loh, exercised the power to close schools under Section 22 of the Ontario Health Protection and Promotion Act.
"We made a massive move last week by basically shutting down the entire province", Ford said.
On Tuesday, Toronto Public Health followed the Peel and Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph regions in closing schools to in-person learning until April 18.
A press release from the City of Toronto states that though officials "appreciate that this decision places additional burden on many including students, staff and families", the action is "in an effort to keep our communities safe and prevent further spread of COVID-19". "Stricter lockdowns have been shown to be effective in other countries to control transmission while vaccine campaigns progressed to achieve sufficient population coverage to suppress transmission". Schools will be closed for at least two weeks, starting Tuesday, although the second week is the scheduled April break for staff and students.
Infections have been surging in Ontario lately, with three days of new case counts near or above 3,000 after a week of daily case counts over 2,000.
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The three doctors also appealed to Williams to move schools to online learning in regions with significant COVID-19 outbreaks, remove businesses from the list of essential services, and implement 50 per cent staffing limits for those businesses deemed essential.
"Given our overall COVID-19 situation in the region at this time, I am not planning to issue a section 22 class order to close in-person learning for Waterloo Region schools".
They're asking for stronger measures than the current province-wide shutdown, pointing to case numbers that continued to rise in Toronto and Peel during the Grey-Lockdown, which had restrictions very similar to the shutdown.
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Tougher public health restrictions could be on the way.
Mr Chauvin faces three charges over the death of Mr Floyd last May. "And it is certainly not part of our ethics or our values". A sergeant has admitted officers could have ended their restraint against George Floyd earlier than they did.
Mr Arradondo agreed and acknowledged that this must also be taken into consideration when officers decide to use force. He asked whether officers need to take the actions of a crowd into account, and Arradondo agreed.
A White House spokesperson says the United States is seeking deeper cooperation with Japan on establishing robust supply chains. Among older people, 75 per cent have now received at least one shot, and more than 55 per cent of them are fully vaccinated.
Ford says officials will send mobile units into COVID-19 hotspots and to companies to ensure that they "target these businesses". He said a stay-at-home order will be discussed tomorrow. "And again we have to focus on where we see the problem", he said.
Alberta Health updated its online data on Monday afternoon, tallying up case numbers confirmed from Thursday to Sunday. Variants of concern now represent just over 39 per cent of all active cases, up from 27 per cent last Monday.
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Hinshaw on Saturday said there had been a "significant" Brazilian variant outbreak, but gave no further details until Monday. The Premier also pointed to a recent case of a traveler returning from BC who tested positive for the P.1 variant.
Newsom said he expects schools, community colleges and universities across the state to return to in- person instruction. The state has administered more than 7 million more doses than any other US state, Newsom said.
As of Monday, a total of 3,015,788 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Indiana. The new report brings the county's total cases to 27,701 since the pandemic began a year ago .
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An extension of this order may be considered based on COVID-19 epidemiological data for Toronto, city health officials announced. Peel Public Health said it saw a jump in cases and the community spread of variants late last week and through the weekend.
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Alberta has now administered more than 700,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, including more than 116,000 second doses. As of Monday, five people had been infected and one case had been confirmed as the P1 variant, Hinshaw said.
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