9 二月

多伦多、约克区、皮尔区宅家令延至2月22日!绝大多数地区继续封锁!极少地区开始重启!

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省府经与本省首席卫生官协商,决定改用区域性抗疫方式,同时在全省绝大多数地区延长宅家令和其他现有抗疫措施。目前,省府已经调整和加强“疫情管制框架”(COVID-19 Response Framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open)。当时机恰当时,省府将逐步在各地区重新采用颜色分级制度。

省府为支持经济复苏,已调整管制框架,准许零售店以更安全方式开放。对于绝大多数零售店,如果位于灰色封城地区,可以在遵守防疫措施情况下,对外开放25%。此外,省府已在疫情管制框架中整体加强了零售店的防疫要求。

另外,其他措施包括要求民众在参与(经过许可的)公众活动和集会时佩戴口罩,并同非同居人士保持两米安全距离,无论是在室内或室外。其他所有公共集会要求将继续有效。

省府经与本省首席卫生官协商,决定改用区域性抗疫方式,同时在全省绝大多数地区延长宅家令和其他现有抗疫措施。目前,省府已经调整和加强“疫情管制框架”(COVID-19 Response Framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open)。当时机恰当时,省府将逐步在各地区重新采用颜色分级制度。

省府为支持经济复苏,已调整管制框架,准许零售店以更安全方式开放。对于绝大多数零售店,如果位于灰色封城地区,可以在遵守防疫措施情况下,对外开放25%。此外,省府已在疫情管制框架中整体加强了零售店的防疫要求。

另外,其他措施包括要求民众在参与(经过许可的)公众活动和集会时佩戴口罩,并同非同居人士保持两米安全距离,无论是在室内或室外。其他所有公共集会要求将继续有效。

还有,其他地区公共卫生趋势亦在好转,省府将因地制宜,来调整宅家令,为其余各地区提供特制方案。根据建议,省府将继续于全省其他28地区延长宅家令,直至2021年2月16日星期二。对于多伦多、皮尔区及约克区,省府根据建议,将宅家令延长至2021年2月22日星期一。不过,最终情况如何,仍视乎公共卫生指标所呈趋势的发展。

省府认识到新变种毒株有巨大风险,恐对防疫工作造成挑战,因此决定采用“紧急刹车”(emergency brake)方案。根据该方案,如果有地区确诊病例数急增,或当地卫生系统即将不堪重负,首席卫生官经与当地卫生官协商后,可建议在该地区火速实施灰色封城措施,以阻止病毒传播。

此外,全省紧急状态将于2021年2月9日结束。全省宅家令将于2021年2月10日开始在部分地区失效,但是民众依然应该留家不出,避免社交集会或前往防疫规则不同的地区,并与非同居人士减少接触。各行各业雇主应尽其所能,准许员工在家工作。

今天是家长补助金(Support for Learners)申请截止日期。如果没有完成,请于23:59之前完成申请。

In consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, the government is moving to a regional approach and maintaining the shutdown in the majority of the public health regions in Ontario, including the Stay-at-Home order and all existing public health and workplace safety measures. When it is safe to do so, the province will gradually transition each region from the shutdown measures to a revised and strengthened COVID-19 Response Framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open (the “Framework”).

To support the province’s economic recovery, the government has updated the Framework to allow for a safer approach to retail. Limited in-person shopping in Grey-Lockdown zones will be permitted with public health and safety measures, such as limiting capacity to 25 per cent in most retail settings. In addition, public health and safety measures in retail settings will be strengthened for other levels of the Framework.

Other measures include a requirement for individuals to wear a face covering when attending an organized public event or gathering (where permitted) if they are within two metres distance of another individual who is not part of their household (both indoor and outdoor). All other requirements for gatherings and organized public events would be maintained.

Based on the improving local trends of key indicators, including lower transmission of COVID-19, improving hospital capacity, and available public health capacity to conduct rapid case and contact management, the following three regions will be moving back to the Framework at the Green-Prevent level on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. and will no longer be subject to the Stay-at-Home order:

  • Hastings Prince Edward Public Health;
  • Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox &      Addington Public Health; and
  • Renfrew County and District Health      Unit.

Due to the fact that public health trends are improving in some regions faster than others, the current Stay-at-Home order will be amended and individual orders making it applicable to each public health region will be made except for the three above. It is proposed that the Stay-at-Home order will continue to apply to 28 public health regions until Tuesday, February 16, 2021. For Toronto, Peel and York regions, it is proposed that the Stay-at-Home order will continue to apply until Monday, February 22, 2021. Final decisions will be subject to review of the trends in public health indicators at that time.

The Premier said: “If we see the numbers spike again, we are prepared to take further actions as necessary, because nothing is more important than protecting our people right now. So please, we need to keep bending the curve, and we need to stay home as much as possible. Let’s us keep small businesses open, let’s keep kids in school, and let’s protect our most vulnerable.”

Recognizing the risk posed by new variants to the province’s pandemic response, 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. If this occurs, the Chief Medical Officer of Health, in consultation with the local medical officer of health, may advise immediately moving a region into Grey-Lockdown to interrupt transmission.

In addition, the provincial emergency will be allowed to terminate at the end of February 9, 2021. While the provincewide Stay-at-Home order will cease to apply in some regions as of February 10, 2021, everyone is strongly advised to continue to stay at home, avoid social gatherings, minimize travel between areas with different rules, and limit close contacts to their household. Employers in all industries should continue to make every effort to allow employees to work from home.

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Today is the last for families to sign up for the Support For Learners program.

Please sign up by 11:59 pm if you have not done it already.

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