Manufacturing industry urged to help fight medical supply shortage in Ontario

Grant Boone
March 22, 2020

Ford says they are taking steps to slow the spread of COVID-19, build capacity in the health care system and are sparing no expense for Ontarians. Based on advice of Chief Medical of Health and other health experts.

A third person has died in Ontario because of COVID-19.

At a press conference in Toronto, Ontario Provincial Premier Doug Ford said it was a decision the province must make to fight the pandemic.

Given the current infection rate of COVID-19, it's now important for the Ford government to set a more realistic time frame - meaning months instead of weeks - until it reopens schools and everything else.

Through the Ontario Together website, the government will be partnering with some of the most innovative people across Canada and around the world, in order to redirect resources and explore new ways of doing business creatively and efficiently.

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"It is very concerning because of course most of the residents in long-term care homes are very vulnerable", Elliott said. "Ontario's businesses have shown they are ready and willing to work with us, and we urge them to join our government in finding made-in-Ontario solutions to ensure we continue to stay well supplied".

The Ontario Parole Board will also be allowed to conduct hearings electronically or through writing, rather than exclusively in-person, Jones announced. "It doesn't replace school, but offers a great alternative as we approach the end of March Break".

Elementary resources will help students learn with interactive activities that encourage participation through entertaining and stimulating digital content.

Numerous online activities are from TVO, Ontario's public broadcaster, whose TV schedule also is changing to add more educational programming for kids during the day.

"The Learn at Home initiative will help mitigate "learning loss" during this period of uncertainty", stated Lecce.

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