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“Our positivity rate is also up to a high of 2.1 per cent.

The Progressive Conservative government said in March that the deficit would reach $20.5 billion by the end of 2020-2021. “The goal should be to find ways to do things safely rather than cancel,” said infectious diseases specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch of University Health Network. Ontario reported 118 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday and one new death related to the coronavirus. Get breaking news, weather and traffic stories in your inbox 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. This is what Ontarians did and did well and did it consistently.

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Ontario realtors are being urged to stop hosting open houses again amid a resurgence of COVID-19.

Meanwhile, the government announced Monday that it will deliver its delayed budget on Nov. 5. Both unions said they were not consulted by the government in the creation of the new guidelines.

The health officials noted that cases across the province have been steadily rising throughout the month of September and that Ontario is on an upwards trajectory similar to what other jurisdictions have experienced, like Michigan, U.S. and Victoria, Australia. We have not seen that,” William said. Williams stood by his recommendation to the premier in a thinly veiled shot at critics.

“The Ford government says they will spare no expense to keep schools safe, but Ontarians have not seen this yet,” Liz Stuart said in a statement. “I think it starts at home, the responsibility,” he said.

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All "Scenario planning by the Public Health Agency of Canada and others include a range of scenarios, which includes a series of smaller waves or a major second wave," Dr. Williams said.

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“We saw in the first wave it did work and it brought it down. Dr. Williams reluctance to define the current spike in cases could be attributed to the "range in scenarios" that public health officials have been relying on for their pandemic and flu season planning. Ford acknowledged the pushback from local politicians.

Dr. David Williams, Ontario’s chief medical officer of health, said Ontario must work to flatten the curve of the virus again to allow hospitals to respond without being overwhelmed.

Williams said problems occur when people get “casual” about following public health rules either at work or in their personal lives.

Ontario reported 851 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, and six new deaths due to the virus. Another region in the Greater Toronto Area is "on the border line" of requiring stricter restrictions to combat COVID-19, Ontario's top doctor said Monday, but more data is needed before the province decides on the move. That’s up from 58 in hospital and 10 on ventilators a month ago.

“No one’s in lock down.”.

University of Toronto professor Charles Pascal, who once served as a deputy minister of education in Ontario, said the government’s new guidance misses the mark and it’s causing more stress for students, parents and teachers. At Queen’s Park, New Democrat Leader Andrea Horwath said the Halloween edict is “confusing” when 30 children are allowed in a school classroom and double that on a school bus. TORONTO -- Dr. David Williams, Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health leaves a news conference in Toronto, on Monday January 27, 2020, as officials provide an update on the coronavirus in Canada.

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Speaking at Thursday’s provincial briefing, Doctor David Williams says case and contact management was “easy” during lockdown when schools were closed, but during the second wave, officials want to keep schools, businesses, and essential services open, for now. Conversations are opinions of our readers and are subject to the, This Toronto plumber is selling candy chutes for Halloween to raise money for the Daily Bread Food Bank. Public health officials will be given discretion to send entire cohorts of students home from school, or potentially close schools, if they feel that is the best way to manage an outbreak.

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“We break that down and look at our high risk areas, such as Ottawa, Peel and Toronto – their positivity rate is close to 3 per cent. He was joined by Dean of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto Adalsteinn (Steini) Brown and Matthew Anderson, President and CEO of Ontario Health. “With the new money from the federal government, they refuse to spend it all on the safest choice: smaller elementary classes that require many more teachers and more ventilated space,” he said. He added that the key message is to continue health and safety measures, including physical distancing, hand washing and wearing a mask, to reduce the spread of the virus going forward.

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On Wednesday, 150 people across the province were hospitalized with COVID-19.

It doesn’t happen by magic.”. The province is recommending that trick-or-treating not happen this year in Ontario's COVID-19 hot zones. Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes.

The new guidelines do not cut or cap class size. This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. There were 74 new cases in schools, with 483 or 10 per cent of schools across the province reporting infections in students or staff.

"That's what the modelling is showing if we keep this growth rate up.".

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By checking this box, I agree to the terms of service and privacy policy of Rogers Media. “It’s really important that people understand that the trajectory is really a function of their behaviour and if the behaviour changes the trajectory of the disease will change and if it doesn’t then unfortunately we’ll start to look very much like the medium or high risk scenarios,” Brown said. Health officials should focus on risk-based testing in schools, as opposed to symptom-based testing, he said.

Ryan Imgrund, a biostatistician with Southlake Regional Health Centre, believes Ontario has been in a second wave for at least a month and has projected a sharp surge without further intervention. TORONTO — Teachers will not be at greater risk of contracting COVID-19 than other front-line workers as long as they strictly adhere to the newly issued guidance on managing outbreaks in schools, Ontario’s top doctor said Thursday. The budget will be a three-year action plan that lays out three scenarios in its financial outlook given the unpredictable nature of the pandemic, Phillips said. TORONTO - Another region in the Greater Toronto Area is “on the border line” of requiring stricter restrictions to combat COVID-19, Ontario’s top doctor said Monday, but more data is needed before the province decides on the move.

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If you do not yet have a Torstar account, you can create one now (it is free), Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. Newspapers Limited, One Yonge Street, 4th floor, Toronto, ON, M5E 1E6. On Tuesday, the province recorded 554 new cases of the virus and a record 700 new cases on Monday- the highest daily count recorded since the beginning of the pandemic in March. The new guidelines emphasize prevention, with parents asked to screen their children daily for COVID-19 symptoms and keep them home if any are discovered. They said businesses and individuals needed “predictability and stability” and argued that without specific justification for restrictions, people will start to ignore public health advice.

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Phillips then said in August that due to billions more in spending required by the ongoing pandemic, that number is set to reach $38.5 billion. “If we did let people go out and all of a sudden numbers spiked up, guess what? To order copies of



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