Ontario Extending Stay-at-Home Order across Most of the Province to Save Lives

Microscopic view of Coronavirus, a pathogen that attacks the respiratory tract. Analysis and test, experimentation. Sars. 3d render
Microscopic view of Coronavirus, a pathogen that attacks the respiratory tract. Analysis and test, experimentation. Sars. 3d render

Several updates from the provincial government were shared today which are all included in the media release below and are linked for more information.

Some highlights include:

·       Provincial state of emergency expires February 9 and is not being extended

·       Provincial Stay-at-Home order has been amended and will now expire February 16 for Niagara

·       The provincial shutdown will transition to a revised COVID-19 Response Framework (the one we   were using prior to shutdown) on February 16

·       Ontario is introducing an “emergency brake” to allow for immediate action if a public health unit region experiences rapid acceleration in COVID-19 transmission or if its health care system risks becoming overwhelmed which could result in a region being place into the grey/lockdown level of the framework

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