Without a stay-at-home order lasting six weeks, a more robust vaccination campaign and support for high-risk communities, the current COVID-19 wave will not flatten and will continue into the summer, new modelling data released by the Ontario government shows.
It’s a little quieter than usual on main streets in Grey-Bruce’s many small towns Thursday, after public health officials urged people to stay home, following a record setting 36 hours of COVID cases.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford's cabinet is actively considering a variety of stricter measures as COVID-19 modelling shows the province could see up to 18,000 new infections per day by the end of May if current trends continue.
It's been a bad week for Ontario's vaccine rollout. Multiple clinics around the GTA have said that they are either temporarily shutting down or no longer taking bookings because they don't have enough doses to vaccinate people.