Coronavirus outbreak: Ontario reports 441 new COVID-19 cases, 28 new deaths | FULL  Global NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said it is "concerning" that the province has recorded the highest daily number of new COVID-19 cases in two weeks, adding that he's "up all night" thinking about the recent upward trend.Ontario Premier Doug Ford said it is "concerning" that the province has recorded the highest daily number of new COVID-19 cases in two weeks, adding that he's "up all night" thinking about the recent upward trend.

Ontario premier calls highest jump in COVID-19 cases in two weeks 'concerning' | CTV News

Keeping children safe is a goal shared by all, but the moment of assured, absolute safety is not in sight, and it won’t be by September, eitherKeeping children safe is a goal shared by all, but the moment of assured, absolute safety is not in sight, and it won’t be by September, either

Randall Denley: Reopening schools is much safer than Doug Ford’s fearful messaging suggests | National Post

Keeping children safe is a goal shared by all, but the moment of assured, absolute safety is not in sight, and it won’t be by September, eitherKeeping children safe is a goal shared by all, but the moment of assured, absolute safety is not in sight, and it won’t be by September, either

Randall Denley: Reopening schools is much safer than Doug Ford’s fearful messaging suggests | National Post

“We are investing $2 million to open a Virtual Action Centre with @UniteHere75. 7000 hospitality workers will get: 🛎Mental health resources 🛎Health & safety training 🛎Technical skills training 🛎English language & digital skills training 🛎Group facilitation & employment prep. https://t.co/fUVA2y8t4v”

Doug Ford on Twitter: "We are investing $2 million to open a Virtual Action Centre with @UniteHere75. 7000 hospitality workers will get: 🛎Mental health resources 🛎Health & safety training 🛎Technical skills training 🛎English language & digital skills training 🛎Group facilitation & employment prep.… https://t.co/R66M9yl2tP"

“We’re investing in the trades so that our economy will have a strong foundation for economic recovery. Eligible apprentices could receive: 🛠 $1000 for motive power trades 🛠 $600 for construction and industrial trades, and 🛠 $400 for service sector trades”

Doug Ford on Twitter: "We’re investing in the trades so that our economy will have a strong foundation for economic recovery. Eligible apprentices could receive: 🛠 $1000 for motive power trades 🛠 $600 for construction and industrial trades, and 🛠 $400 for service sector trades… https://t.co/O6wvvDmaJN"

“Had a good conversation today with @fordnation & @JohnTory about more aggressive community testing in the GTA for #COVIDー19. I appreciate Premier Ford’s willingness to look into mobile testing for employment centers & critical front line services like transit operators #onpoli”

Patrick Brown on Twitter: "Had a good conversation today with @fordnation & @JohnTory about more aggressive community testing in the GTA for #COVIDー19. I appreciate Premier Ford’s willingness to look into mobile testing for employment centers & critical front line services like transit operators #onpoli"

“New York imposed a 15% cap on delivery fees. Restaurants in #Ontario need the same to survive. We keep asking, unsuccessfully. Government + delivery platforms with brand/name recognition need to help or jobs will disappear. Ours and then theirs! @fordnation @prabsakaria #onpoli https://t.co/ZY3eFraJqc”

Mohamad Fakih on Twitter: "New York imposed a 15% cap on delivery fees. Restaurants in #Ontario need the same to survive. We keep asking, unsuccessfully. Government + delivery platforms with brand/name recognition need to help or jobs will disappear. Ours and then theirs! @fordnation @prabsakaria #onpoli… https://t.co/HFUSHEfVdg"

Ontario Premier Doug Ford signalled Friday the province would join in a nationwide smartphone app program to assist the more than 2,000 people working here to trace contacts of people infected with COVID-19, as the rate of infection continues to inch upward.Ontario Premier Doug Ford signalled Friday the province would join in a nationwide smartphone app program to assist the more than 2,000 people working here to trace contacts of people infected with COVID-19, as the rate of infection continues to inch upward.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford wants nationwide COVID-19 contact tracing app | CP24.com

Confusion abounds in these uncertain times about what we can do, where we can go and who we can see as the coronavirus pandemic rages on — but Onta...Confusion abounds in these uncertain times about what we can do, where we can go and who we can see as the coronavirus pandemic rages on — but Onta...

Anyone in Ontario with symptoms of COVID-19 can now go get tested

Doug Ford’s real strength as a politician is the big-guy bluster, the I’m-fed-up. The premier has employed it during the coronavirus pandemic more than once. No price gouging! Ease up,...Doug Ford’s real strength as a politician is the big-guy bluster, the I’m-fed-up. The premier has employed it during the coronavirus pandemic more than once. No price gouging! Ease up,...

Opinion | Bruce Arthur: Doug Ford may yet have to make the hardest decision of the pandemic so far — shutting the province down again | OurWindsor.ca

Ontario will be testing asymptomatic front-line health-care workers starting this weekendOntario will be testing asymptomatic front-line health-care workers starting this weekend

Ontario to start expanded testing this weekend, Premier Doug Ford says - Sudbury.com

‘We can’t risk it,’ Ford on border’s closure ‘We can’t risk it,’ Ford on border’s closure

‘We can’t risk it,’ Ford on border’s closure - kenoraonline.com

Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.

Canada sees another 1,100 new coronavirus cases, 98 more deaths - National | Globalnews.ca

Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.

Canada sees another 1,100 new coronavirus cases, 98 more deaths - National | Globalnews.ca

The provincial government is launching a Virtual Action Centre for hospitality workers and providing $2.5 million in grants this year for apprentices in the skilled trades.Read the full story and comment on Tbnewswatch.com

Province helping hospitality, trades sectors get back to work - TBNewsWatch.com

The Ontario government is helping laid off and unempoyed hospitlity and trade workers get back to work with grants and retraining programs.The Ontario government is helping laid off and unempoyed hospitlity and trade workers get back to work with grants and retraining programs.

TORONTO — As the economy gradually reopens, the Ontario government is helping people affected by COVID-19 get back to work. The province is investing in Ontario's first Virtual Action Centre, an online counselling and training portal, to support laid off and unemployed hospitality workers, and is helping apprentices by providing grants to purchase tools, protective equipment and clothing for their trade, along with forgiving previous loans to purchase tools.TORONTO — As the economy gradually reopens, the Ontario government is helping people affected by COVID-19 get back to work. The province is investing in Ontario's first Virtual Action Centre,...

Newsroom : Ontario Helps People Impacted by COVID-19 Get Back to Work

Ontario reported fewer new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, with 412 new confirmed cases of the virus reported.The new cases — which bring the total number of cases to 25,040 provincewide — followed increases of 441 cases Friday and 413 on Thursday.Ontario reported fewer new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, with 412 new confirmed cases of the virus reported.

COVID-19: Eight new Ottawa deaths; as weather improves, can we stick with distancing rules? | Ottawa Sun

Ontario reported fewer new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, with 412 new confirmed cases of the virus reported.The new cases — which bring the total number of cases to 25,040 provincewide — followed increases of 441 cases Friday and 413 on Thursday.Ontario reported fewer new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, with 412 new confirmed cases of the virus reported.

COVID-19: Eight new Ottawa deaths; as weather improves, can we stick with distancing rules? | Ottawa Sun

The province says that 412 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Ontario and that over 2,000 residents have died of the virus, with 1,282 deaths occurring in long-term care homes. Four staff members in long-term care homes have died of the virus.

412 new COVID-19 cases reported in Ontario, 685 total cases found in Halton | inhalton.com

A trend in new COVID-19 cases over the last few days is “concerning” Ontario officials.A provincial update released Friday reported 413 new cases and 28 more deaths, for a total caseload of 24,628 and 2,021 lives lost.A trend in new COVID-19 cases over the last few days is “concerning” Ontario officials.A provincial update released Friday reported 413 new cases and 28 more deaths, for a total caseload of 24,628 and 2,021 lives lost.

Peak in cases concerning: Ford | Toronto Sun

A trend in new COVID-19 cases over the last few days is “concerning” Ontario officials.A provincial update released Friday reported 413 new cases and 28 more deaths, for a total caseload of 24,628 and 2,021 lives lost.A trend in new COVID-19 cases over the last few days is “concerning” Ontario officials.A provincial update released Friday reported 413 new cases and 28 more deaths, for a total caseload of 24,628 and 2,021 lives lost.

Peak in cases concerning: Ford | Toronto Sun

The time for widespread testing is now, says Doug Ford. On Friday, the Premier reminded everyone that you can and should get a COVID-19 test in Ontario if you think you need one. Not only is it recommended, but Ford says it's "absolutely critical" to do so.He admits that Ontario's climbing case numbers keep him "up all night."

COVID-19 Tests In Ontario Are Available To Everyone, Says Doug Ford - Narcity

Doug Ford spoke today and the emphasis was on the construction industry, contact tracing, and reopening.Doug Ford spoke today and the emphasis was on the construction industry, contact tracing, and reopening.

Ford says Ontario businesses can refuse service to those who refuse to wear a face mask | The Post Millennial - News, Politics, Culture, and Lifestyle

Premier Doug Ford says he's eyeing a mobile spot-testing model being rolled out by a health unit in southern Ontario.Read the full story and comment on OttawaMatters.

Ottawa discussing asymptomatic COVID-19 testing as Ontario gets set to expand program - OttawaMatters.com

The Ontario government took its nearly two-year fight to keep Premier Doug Ford’s mandate letters secret to Divisional Court Thursday after it was ordered to disclose the records by the province’s Information and Privacy Commissioner last summer.The Ontario government took its nearly two-year fight to keep Premier Doug Ford’s mandate letters secret to Divisional Court Thursday after it was ordered to disclose the records by the province’s Information and Privacy Commissioner last summer.

Ontario is reporting over 4oo new cases of COVID-19 for a third straight day. New data released Saturday morning shows 412 new ... more ›

Over 400 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario - My Stratford Now

TORONTO – Premier Doug Ford will be joined by Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, and Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development, to make an announcement. Date: Friday, May 22, 2020 Time: Remarks Scheduled for 1:00 p.m.

NetNewsLedger - May 22, 2020 Ontario Premier Doug Ford Press Conference

The only way reopening will work is if provinces drastically ramp up coronavirus testing and track down sources of exposure, experts say. Otherwise, a second wave is "inevitable."The only way reopening will work is if provinces drastically ramp up coronavirus testing and track down sources of exposure, experts say. Otherwise, a second wave is "inevitable."

Despite Worrisome Climb in COVID-19 Cases, Ontario and Quebec Still Reopening - VICE

Your Local News Network serving London, Windsor, Chatham, Sarnia and Midwestern OntarioWorkers in Ontario's hospitality and construction sectors now have new resources as the province's economy slowly reopens.

BlackburnNews.com - Ontario apprentices, hospitality workers getting help

Ontario Premier Doug Ford called into Heart FM this morning for an exclusive interview. He talked about testing at Toyota and Cami, social gatherings, cheesecake and so much more. Ontario Premier Doug Ford called into Heart FM this morning for an exclusive interview. He talked about testing at Toyota and Cami, social gatherings, cheesecake and so much more.

Interview With Ontario Premier Doug Ford - 104.7 Heart FM

The Province of Ontario confirms there are 28 more COVID-19 related deaths and 441 new cases, as of Friday morning -- an increase from yesterday's report.The Province of Ontario confirms there are 28 more COVID-19 related deaths and 441 new cases, as of Friday morning -- an increase from yesterday's report.

The latest COVID-19 news from Toronto and Canada. This post will be updated regularlyThe latest COVID-19 news from Toronto and Canada. This post will be updated regularly

Coronavirus updates: Police crack down on street racers in Mississauga; Ontario reports 412 new COVID-19 cases as province's total surpasses 25,000 - NOW Magazine

Ontario reported 412 new cases of novel coronavirus on Saturday, marking the third straight day the total has surpassed 400. Provincial health officials reported 413 cases on Thursday and that number rose to 441 on Friday. Saturday’s case total represents a 1.7 per cent increase, which is slightly down from Friday’s count. However, for the […]

Ontario reports 412 new cases of coronavirus as provincial total tops 25,000 - 680 NEWS

Ontario is reporting 441 new cases of COVID-19 Friday and 28 more deaths.Ontario is reporting 441 new cases of COVID-19 Friday and 28 more deaths.

Ontario reports 441 new cases of COVID-19 Friday - CHCH

The percentage of postive results has increased over the past few days as testing numbers have decreasedThe percentage of postive results has increased over the past few days as testing numbers have decreased

Ontario reports 441 new cases of COVID-19 today - SooToday.com

Ontario reported 441 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday as the provincial death toll climbed to over 2,000. That is the highest single-day increase since May 8 and it marks the third time in the last five days that more than 400 new cases have been reported. For the fifth-straight day, the number of new […]

Ontario records 441 new cases of coronavirus as death toll tops 2,000

The 475 new cases reported Saturday morning were once again up from recent daily averages.The 475 new cases reported Saturday morning were once again up from recent daily averages.

Minister of Health Christine Elliott said there hadn't been enough people going to assessment centres in the past week, even though the province eased up the testing criteria.Minister of Health Christine Elliott said there hadn't been enough people going to assessment centres in the past week, even though the province eased up the testing criteria.

Could the public be to blame for the lack of coronavirus testing in Ontario? | Globalnews.ca

Minister of Health Christine Elliott said there hadn't been enough people going to assessment centres in the past week, even though the province eased up the testing criteria.

Could the public be to blame for the lack of coronavirus testing in Ontario? | Globalnews.ca

Cases, outbreaks and global spread: COVID-19 and coronavirus news and updates for today

COVID-19: Brazil sets grim new record; Portuguese vacation spot to test all residents | Ottawa Citizen

A downward trend in the number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario has stalled.“We’re pretty well at a plateau,” Ontario Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Williams said Thursday.“That is disappointing and we’re trying to get a sense of why isn’t that improving.A downward trend in the number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario has stalled.“We’re pretty well at a plateau,” Ontario Chief Medical Officer Dr.

Downward trend in new cases in Ontario plateaus | Toronto Sun

A downward trend in the number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario has stalled.“We’re pretty well at a plateau,” Ontario Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Williams said Thursday.“That is disappointing and we’re trying to get a sense of why isn’t that improving.A downward trend in the number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario has stalled.“We’re pretty well at a plateau,” Ontario Chief Medical Officer Dr.

Downward trend in new cases in Ontario plateaus | Toronto Sun