Ontario is moving 27 of its Public Health regions back to the colour-coded COVID response framework. These regions (see chart below) will no longer be subject to the Stay-at-Home order as of Tuesday, February 16, 2020. Each will be placed under the colour level of restrictions applicable to them.
All residents of a Mississauga condo will be tested after five cases of the South African COVID-19 variant were confirmed there, Peel Public Health Says.
When the provincewide shutdown was announced in January, the government committed to safely and gradually return to the COVID-19 response framework (colour-coded zones). Regions are now being phased back into the framework based on improvements in COVID-19 transmission, public health system capacity, local conditions, and testing capacity.
A public education campaign will be launched this week to remind residents about the municipal bylaws and provincial regulations that require everyone to wear masks or face coverings in all indoor public settings, including common areas in multi-residential buildings.
New safety measures are being put in place between January 12th and January 14th, 2021 and will impact all of Ontario. These new measures will be in place until at least February 11th, 2021. How Do These New Measures Impact Condo Owners and Condo Corporations?
The Condominium Authority of Ontario is aware that there may be condominium unit owners who are facing difficulties due to COVID-19, including financial pressures that may prevent them from being able to pay their common expense fees. Considering this, the CAO has developed the following materials to assist condo communities.
Notwithstanding the lockdown and the devastating impacts the pandemic, at ACMO we are working very hard to implement our new strategic plan and pivot our operations to deliver outstanding value to our members, albeit virtually.
Province Issues Stay-at-Home Order and Introduces Enhanced Enforcement Measures to Reduce Mobility.
The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts, is immediately declaring a second provincial emergency under s 7.0.1 (1) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMPCA).
Framework will guide vaccine prioritization in future phases of the province’s implementation plan