GORE BAY MEDICAL CENTRE
COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS
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All Town planned activities and events and bottle return are cancelled. This is to prevent the spread of COVID – 19 in our community.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, however, first and foremost, the health and well-being of our employees and community remain our highest priority.
For info on what to do to stay safe Public Health Sudbury & Districts has up to date and factual information provided on their website.
How to Self Isolate
The town is asking for volunteers to help out with deliveries. You can either contact email@example.com or call Dean’s Valumart or the pharmacies to assist.
Ontario Orders all Non-Essential Business to Shut Down.
The order will come into effect on March 24 at 11:59 p.m. and will remain in place for at least two weeks.
Below is the list of essential services and workplaces.
Ontario announced relief funding available. “The funding will go to people and families who are struggling financially but are unable to access federal support programs”, said Ontario Social Services Minister Todd Smith on Monday at Queen’s Park. Anyone can apply through the province’s website: ontario.ca/community.
OPP Fines for Public Gatherings
COVID-19: It is important for the safety of the public that these temporary changes in our society’s laws are adhered to in order to protect our most vulnerable.
From the OPP:
As a result of the declaration of emergency, the following establishments are required to remain closed until further notice:
• all bars and restaurants, except to the extent that such facilities provide takeout and food delivery;
• all facilities providing indoor recreational programs;
• all public libraries;
• all private schools;
• all licensed child care centres;
• all movie cinemas and all theatres, including those offering live performances of music, dance and other art forms; and,
• all concert venues.
Additionally, all organized public events of over 50 people are prohibited, including parades, events and communal services within places of worship. These orders will remain in place until March 31, 2020, when the province will reassess for an extension or end the closures.
|1.||Fail to comply with an order made during a declared emergency||7.0.11 (1) (a)||$750.00|
|2.||Obstruct any person exercising a power in accordance with an order made during a declared emergency||7.0.11 (1) (a)||$1000.00|
|3.||Obstruct any person performing a duty in accordance with an order made during a declared emergency||7.0.11 (1) (a)||$1000.00|