- Ottawa reported 23 Kovid-19 cases on Thursday.
- Its two biggest school outbreaks are over.
- A new note outbreak has occurred in Casselman and Madawaska Valley Township.
What’s the latest?
Ottawa Public Health reported 23 more Covid-19 cases Thursday.
Great outbreak at Marius-Barbeau Catholic Primary School And St. Benedict’s school is over. There are two new and significant outbreaks in Caselman and Madawaska Valley Township.
How many cases are there?
As of Wednesday, there were 30,382 Covid-19 cases in Ottawa. There are 276 active cases, 29,505 cases considered resolved, and 601 people have died from illness.
Public health officials have reported more than 56,100 COVID-19 cases across eastern Ontario and western Quebec, of which more than 54,200 cases have been resolved.
In eastern Ontario, 208 people with Kovid-19 have died. In western Quebec, the death toll is 222.
Acquesusne More than 980 residents tested positive for COVID-19 and reported 10 deaths between its northern and southern divisions.
Kitigan GB Anishinabeg There were 34 cases and one death. Tyendinaga Mohawk Region One death and 20 cases of active community outbreak. Pikwakanagan Have no cases.
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What are the rules?
Ontario is in phase 3 of its reopening project. The province is expected to announce its next steps next week.
The normal aggregation limits are 25 people inside and 100 people outside. Those limits are even higher for organized programs.
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Indoor dining capacity is based on distance. Gyms and museums can reach 50 percent capacity inside.
Its vaccine passport system lasts at least until spring.
People 12 years of age and older must show photo identification and a paper or PDF version of their vaccine receipt until the AAP is ready for many activities, perhaps in late October. There are a few exceptions.
Ontario’s school rules allow for extracurricular activities, and masks are mandatory, vaccines are not mandatory. School boards can go beyond these rules.
Under its green zone rules, 10 people are allowed to gather in private residences and 20 people outdoors – up to 50 if they play sports. Quebec destinations with assigned seats no longer have capacity limits.
Vaccine passports are available for people aged 13 and over at public events, bars, restaurants and gyms.
Quibusers can use the app or show paper proof; People outside the province must show proof of the paper. Everyone has to show ID too.
As in Ontario, there are medical exceptions.
Other groups in the region, including staff, have come up with their own COVID-19 vaccine policies.
School rules include masks in the classroom for students, but not classroom bubbles.
What do i want
Kovid-19 is primarily transmitted by droplets weighing in the air.
People can become infected without symptoms even after getting the vaccine. Transformations of care are highly contagious and have been established.
This means taking precautions now and in the future, such as staying home with illness – and, if needed, helping with costs – keeping hands and surfaces clean and keeping the mask away from anyone you don’t live with.
In Ontario and Quebec indoor public settings, it is mandatory to have masks, appropriately fitted and three-tier, and recommended in crowded outdoor areas.
Vaccines prevent the spread of all variants of Kovid-19 and go a long way toward preventing deaths and hospitalization without full protection.
There is federal guidance on what vaccinated people can do in different situations.
Health leaders in the area often say that small Halloween gatherings are allowed with vaccinations for those who are not vaccinated and / or vulnerable. The guidance may be rigorous in selected areas where the Kovid-19 is spreading more than others, such as Acquescene and Tyndina.
Health Canada recommends older adults and people with underlying medical conditions get help for mistakes.
Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should be self-isolated, ordered by their public health unit to do so. The length of self-segregation varies in Quebec and Ontario.
All travelers must be vaccinated thoroughly by October 30 to board a plane, train or ocean shuttle in Canada.
The entire vaccine, test and pre-approved people can come to Canada.
All foreign nationals must be vaccinated at the beginning of November as a condition of reopening the boundaries, declaring exact dates and mixed dose rules. There are also questions about the test.
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Four Covid-19 vaccines are considered safe in Canada and are now going through brand names instead of manufacturer names.
The two most common are those approved for youth under 12 years of age. Preliminary test data submitted by Pfizer and Bioentech have been submitted to Health Canada for Kovid-19 young children.
The Canadian Vaccine Task Force says people can wait three to four weeks and 16 weeks between first and second doses.
The same task force says mixing the first and second dose is safe and effective.
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Ontario and Quebec are giving a third dose to some groups.
More than 3.5 million covid-19 vaccine doses have been administered in the broader Ottawa-Gatino area — combined with the first, second, and third doses — and has about 2.3 million residents.
Ontario is vaccinating anyone who is 12 or older in 2021. People can find provincial appointments online or by phone at 1-833-943-3900.
Like some family doctors, pharmacies continue to provide vaccines through their own booking systems.
Local health units have the flexibility of large layouts, including booking around, check their websites for details.
As campaigns shift from mass clinics to mobile clinics to fill gaps in vaccine coverage, they offer doses on short notice.
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The details of the third shot depend on the health unit.
The province recommends people between the ages of 18 and 24 get the Pfizer-BioTech vaccine because the Moderna / SpikeVox vaccine poses a rare risk of heart disease.
Age 12 and older can make an appointment online or by phone or visit a permanent or mobile walk-in clinic.
Symptoms and testing
COVID-19 May be from illness like cold Severe lung infection, with common symptoms including fever, cough, runny nose, headache, vomiting and loss of taste or odor.
Children may have stomach pains and / or rashes.
If you have severe symptoms, call 911.
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In Eastern Ontario:
Anyone who wants a test can make an appointment. Check with your health unit for clinic locations and hours.
Saturday is the last day of this year for the Ottawa Coventry Road Drive-Through Kovid-19 test site. The city’s test workforce is looking for an indoor space that this year’s National Art Center’s garage isn’t available.
Ontario says that you should only be tested if you meet certain criteria, such as symptoms, exposure or a particular occupation.
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People without symptoms but who are part of the province’s proposed testing strategy can make an appointment at select pharmacies. Quick checks are available in some places, including some child care settings when the risk is high.
Passengers who need the test will have some local options to pay for one.
In western Quebec:
Tests are strongly recommended for people with symptoms and their contact.
People can make an appointment or see what their walk-in options are online. They can call 1-877-644-4545 with questions.
Rapid COVID-19 tests are available at all Quebec preschools and elementary schools.
First Nations, Inuit and Matisse:
First Nations, Inuit and Mಿಸ್tis people, or those traveling to work in a remote local community, are eligible for testing in Ontario.
Owns Acquessane Covid-19 testing and vaccine clinics, Online with information or 613-575-2341.
People in Kitten GB Anishinabeg can call the health center for testing or vaccination at 819-449-5593; Email vaccine is another option for booking.
Tests are available at Pikwikanagan by calling 613-625-1175 and Vaccines 613-625-2259 Extension 225 or by email. Someone inside When Tyndina Those interested in testing can call 613-967-3603 and view the website for dedicated vaccine clinics.
The Inuit Acupressive Inuit Family Health Team in Ottawa can call 613-740-0999 in Inuktitut or English on weekdays for testing and including vaccines.
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