'The days of giving warnings are over': Watson proposes crackdown on gatherings as COVID-19 numbers rise  CTV EdmontonView Full coverage on Google News
In the face of a significant rise in new positive COVID-19 case numbers in the nation's capital, Ottawa's mayor is proposing a stiff crackdown on private gatherings, which are getting the blame for the rise in transmission.In the face of a significant rise in new positive COVID-19 case numbers in the nation's capital, Ottawa's mayor is proposing a stiff crackdown on private gatherings, which are getting the blame for the rise in transmission.

Coronavirus in Ottawa: Watson proposes crackdown on gatherings as case numbers rise | CTV News

Ottawa's medical officer of health is pleading with residents to reduce the number of people with whom they're in close contact as new cases of COVID-19 continue to surge.Ottawa's medical officer of health is pleading with residents to reduce the number of people with whom they're in close contact as new cases of COVID-19 continue to surge.

Two more Ottawa French-language schools have reported people who have COVID-19.

Two more Ottawa French-language schools report COVID-19 cases | Ottawa Citizen

Two more Ottawa French-language schools report COVID-19 cases

Two more Ottawa French-language schools report COVID-19 cases | Ottawa Citizen

The long-term care home has been the Ottawa institution hardest hit by the virus over the last month.Read the full story and comment on OttawaMatters.

West End Villa reports five COVID-19-related deaths - OttawaMatters.com

Five residents at West End Villa long-term care home have died from complications resulting from COVID-19.

COVID-19: Five deaths in West End Villa outbreak; 51 new cases in Ottawa, Elliott says | Ottawa Citizen

COVID-19: Five deaths in West End Villa outbreak; 51 new cases in Ottawa, Elliott says

COVID-19: Ottawa to ramp up testing hours, capacity; Ford hints pharmacies may do some asymptomatic tests | Ottawa Citizen

OTTAWA — Provinces are looking to expand COVID-19 testing as many Canadians wait long hours to be swabbed or can't get in for testing at all.Demand for testing surged in much of the country in recent days, as schools and universities reopened and the number of identified cases began to rise.OttawaOTTAWA — Provinces are looking to expand COVID-19 testing as many Canadians wait long hours to be swabbed or can't get in for testing at all.Demand for testing surged in much of the country in recent days, as schools and universities reopened and the number of identified cases began to rise.Ottawa

COVID-19 testing sites overwhelmed as cases rise, kids return to school

Groups of parents and children, some with chairs, food and toys, waited in a line that snaked through a chilly soccer field at Brewer Park Tuesday as…

'The hospitals are running out of humans to do this work': Frustration grows in Ottawa over long waits for COVID-19 testing | Ottawa Citizen

'The hospitals are running out of humans to do this work': Frustration grows in Ottawa over long waits for COVID-19 testing | Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa families in need of coronavirus tests are being stalled in long lineups. Yet asymptomatic residents make up a majority of those in line.Ottawa families in need of coronavirus tests are being stalled in long lineups. Yet asymptomatic residents make up a majority of those in line.

Coronavirus: Asymptomatic people clog testing line ups in Ottawa, officials say - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Ottawa is reporting more than 50 new coronavirus cases for the second day in a row amid long wait times to get tested for the virus.Ottawa is reporting more than 50 new coronavirus cases for the second day in a row amid long wait times to get tested for the virus.

Ottawa reports 52 new coronavirus cases amid long wait times for testing - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Even more schools are now reporting cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa. On Tuesday, September 15, an additional six local schools confirmed that at least one student had the illness. This comes just one week after another five schools in Ottawa reported cases of COVID-19, shortly after many students returned to class. Both elementary and high schools continue to be affected.  Marius-Baribeau Catholic Elementary School, Montfort Catholic Elementary School, St. Leonard Elementary School and Monsignor Paul Baxter School are all reporting one new case. Editor's Choice: Toronto Homicide Inspector Confirms There Might Be A Serial Killer On The Loose (VIDEO) 11 Total Ottawa schools with confirmed COVID-19 cases Gabrielle-Roy Elementary School has also confirmed two new cases, while Franco Ouest Catholic High School is reporting a second case. Cases were previously reported at Laurier-Carrière catholic elementary school, Sainte Anne catholic elementary school and Saint François d'Assise catholic elementary school. Roger-Saint-Denis catholic elementary school and De La Salle High School also announced at least one unwell student last week. No outbreaks have been confirmed at this time. Via CTV NewsMultiple Ottawa-area schools have now reported cases.

COVID-19 In Ottawa: Another 6 Schools Just Confirmed New Cases - Narcity

Other parents have voiced issues with the problemsOther parents have voiced issues with the problems

Nottingham dad's frustration at coronavirus testing as he is given appointment in Edinburgh - Nottinghamshire Live

EXCLUSIVE Emma Gardiner says her two sons have been off school since Thursday after suffering from symptoms, but fears they will be off for two weeks because she is unable to get them tested for coronavirus EXCLUSIVE Emma Gardiner says her two sons have been off school since Thursday after suffering from symptoms, but fears they will be off for two weeks because she is unable to get them tested for coronavirus

Mum fears her kids could miss months of school over lack of coronavirus tests - Mirror Online

OTTAWA - Provinces are looking to expand COVID-19 testing as Canadians in many provinces wait long hours to be swabbed or can't get in for testing at all.OTTAWA - Provinces are looking to expand COVID-19 testing as Canadians in many provinces wait long hours to be swabbed or can't get in for testing at all.

COVID-19 testing sites see demand surge as cases rise, kids return to school | National News | pentictonherald.ca