Premier Doug Ford says that he hopes to have an answer by Monday on whether certain regions of Ontario where COVID-19 case counts remain stubbornly high will be moved back into a modified version of Stage 2.
Premier Doug Ford is standing behind his government’s decision to order the suspension of indoor dining at bars and restaurants in Ontario’s COVID-19 hot spots despite criticism from one celebrity chef who is accusing him of “driving our economy into a wall.”
New data on the city’s photo radar cameras shows that while the number of tickets issued during the second month of enforcement dropped, speeding has become a particularly big problem on one Etobicoke street.
Provincial labs are now technically able to process as much as 50,000 COVID-19 test samples per day; it’s just a question of getting the samples to where they need to be in a timely fashion, Ontario officials said Friday.
Critical staffing shortages in Ontario's long-term care homes should be urgently addressed as the second wave of the pandemic intensifies, an independent commission said in interim recommendations released Friday.
Ontario has received the entire first batch of rapid COVID-19 tests ordered by the federal government and Premier Doug Ford says that he believes the technology will be a “game-changer” in the fight against the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.