STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ONTARIO EXTENDED AT LEAST 2 MORE WEEKS

Mar 30, 2020

By Bob Komsic

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It likely comes as no surprise but Premier Doug Ford has decided to keep the state of emergency in place for at least two more weeks.
First imposed March 17th and due to expire tomorrow, Ford says the state of emergency will be re-evaluated every two weeks.
He also says medical supplies will be ”seriously challenged” if there should be a massive surge of hospitalizations the next couple of weeks.
Meanwhile, the province is strongly advising everyone over the age of 70 or with an underlying health condition or conditions to stay hope and self-isolate.
The government’s doubling funding to $10-million to make it easier for seniors living in their own homes.
The money will help community groups co-ordinate delivery of meals, medicines and other essentials for seniors.
There are now 1,706 cases of COVID-19; 351 new ones while 431 people have recovered.
There are also 33 deaths.
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