Canada What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Wednesday, Nov. 3
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Monday, Oct. 25
Here's CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic.A worker shortage at the St. Albert Cheese Co-op started shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic began, but the situation has worsened and forced the company to cut certain products because it can't keep up with demand.
What's the latest?
The City of Ottawa's spending plans for next year will be tabled today at council, and the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are
Ontario ski resorts will be able to, one year after COVID-19 restrictions shut them down.
However, COVID-19 vaccine passports and other rules that apply to restaurants and bars will also apply to dining establishments at those hills.
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Wednesday, Oct. 27
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Quebec says vaccination passports will be required to, one of a number of new rules announced Tuesday.
Ottawa reported. Quebec reports one more COVID-19 case in the Outaouais on Tuesday.
How many cases are there?
As of Tuesday,. There are 188 known active cases, while 30,111 cases are considered resolved and 604 people have died from the illness.
Ottawa-Gatineau area confirmed COVID-19 cases
Public health officials have reported more than 57,100 COVID-19 cases across eastern Ontario and western Quebec, including more than 55,700 cases now resolved. Elsewhere in eastern Ontario, 220 people with COVID-19 have died. In western Quebec, the death toll is 223.
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has had more than 1,000 residents test positive for COVID-19 and has reported 12 deaths between its northern and southern sections.
has had 34 cases and one death. has had 20 cases and one death. hasn't had any cases.
What are the rules?
The province'sis required for people of an eligible vaccine age in many settings. People can show paper, PDF or proof.
for most places that require proof of vaccination . The plan is to , with the next in mid-November and the last in late March 2022.
Private gathering limits are 25 people inside and 100 people outside.
Under its, 10 people are allowed to gather inside private residences and 20 people outdoors — which increases to 50 if playing sports.
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for Quebec venues with assigned seats .
Its next rule changes. The premier says the pandemic state of emergency order that gives the government special powers .
is in place for most people age 13 and up in many public spaces.
Quebecers can use an app or show paper proof;have to show paper proof. The province has a record .
Other groups in the region are also coming out, including for staff.
What can I do?
People can be contagious without symptoms,. Variants of concern are and .
This means, such as staying home while sick — — keeping hands and surfaces clean and considering distancing from anyone you don't live with.
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Monday, Nov. 1
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Masks, preferably ones thatand have , are in Ontario and recommended in crowded outdoor areas.
Health Canada recommends older adults and people with underlying medical conditions get help with errands.
Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should self-isolate, as should those who've been ordered to do so by their public health unit. The length of self-isolation can vary inand and by vaccination status.
Vaccinesof all variants of COVID-19 and go a long way , without .
There's federal guidance forin different situations.
Travellersto board a plane, train or marine vessel in Canada. can show proof of a valid COVID-19 molecular test until Nov. 29.
can come to Canada.
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Thursday, Nov. 4
Here's CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic.The health unit says 98 per cent of its eligible population has at least one dose and about 95 per cent of those residents have at least two doses.
The U.S. will requireas of Monday. Some people with mixed doses will .
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's "very confident" countries around the world.
Four COVID-19 vaccinesin Canada.
as young as 12. for the first shot for younger kids and health officials .
Canada's vaccine task force says peopleand .
and are giving certain groups third doses. Ontario says it will have a third dose update this week.
There have been more than 3.6 million COVID-19 first, second and third vaccine doses administered in the wider Ottawa-Gatineau region, which has about 2.3 million residents.
People canor over the phone at 1-833-943-3900. Pharmacies and some family doctors offer vaccines .
, including for booking and third shots, so for details.
They offer doses on short notice asfill gaps in vaccine coverage.
What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Monday, Nov. 8
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The province has recommendedbecause the Moderna or Spikevax vaccine brings a mild risk of a rare heart condition.
can or visit a .
Symptoms and testing
COVID-19to a severe lung infection, with common symptoms including fever, a cough, , vomiting and loss of taste .
Children tend to have an upset stomach and/or a rash.
If you have severe symptoms, call 911.
Mental health can also be, and .
Anyone seeking a COVID-19 test can make an appointment. Check withfor clinic locations and hours.
Ontario says to only get tested if you, such as having symptoms, exposure or a certain job.
People without symptoms but who are part of the province's targeted testing strategy.
Rapid and take-home tests are available in some places,. have a few local options to pay for one.
Tests are strongly recommended for people with symptoms and their contacts.
People canor see what their walk-in options are online. They can also call 1-877-644-4545 with questions.
Rapid COVID-19 tests are available.
First Nations, Inuit and Métis people, or someone travelling to work in a remote Indigenous community, are eligible for a test in Ontario.
Akwesasne has, with information online or at 613-575-2341.
People in Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg can call the health centre at 819-449-5593 for a test or vaccine;for vaccine booking.
Tests are available inby calling 613-625-1175 and vaccines, at 613-625-2259 extension 225 or . Anyone in who's interested in a test can call 613-967-3603 and should watch the website for dedicated vaccine clinics.
Inuit in Ottawa can call theat 613-740-0999 for service, including testing and vaccines, in Inuktitut or English on weekdays.
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