CHEO CEO Alex Munter said Sunday he has been told that Toronto will send more than 200 seriously ill COVID-19 patients to hospitals across the province this week.
Police say officers will also have a presence at the Alexandra Bridge, "as the Provincial Order also applies to pedestrians and cyclists". "You can't plan properly if you don't know the flow of the product coming in through your production lines". The province has stated that free emergency child care for the school-aged children of "eligible health care and frontline workers" will be provided.
In a statement on its website, the Quyon Ferry said, "The ferry will remain open even after the new rules come into place on Monday".
There is also word the Province is considering closing golf courses. "We are all suffering as a result of a delay in arrival of vaccine".
This comes after Toronto, Peel and Guelph officials halted in-person learning last week due to COVID-19 concerns.
The agency said the benefits of the shots far outweigh the risks posed by a new and extremely rare blood-clotting condition that may be linked to the product.
Canada reported its first-ever case of a blood clot in a patient who received the AstraZeneca vaccine on Tuesday.
The previous cut-off age was 55.
Contagious variants of COVID-19 have lent more urgency to the vaccine rollout, with numerous provinces managing major outbreaks. As such, the reports can change and can differ from past case counts publicly reported.
Ontario's science advisers say a six-week stay-at-home order and a vaccination rate of at least 100,000 doses a day is the only way to flatten the COVID-19 curve in the province.
The previously announced hospitalization has now been moved into intensive care at the QEH.
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The pressure on the system has forced some hospitals to delay medical procedures, he said. "We will be taking a deliberate and careful approach that emphasizes equity, legality, and efficacy in the application of these authorities with the specific and exclusive goal to support public health measures".
Ontario is extending a stay-at-home order, limiting interprovincial travel and shutting outdoor recreational facilities while giving police new powers to enforce the restrictions amid an onslaught of COVID-19. It had 420 people in hospital, with 92 in intensive care.
The province will be increasing its number of hospital beds by anywhere between 700 to 1,000 new beds.
Interprovincial travel will also be limited and police will be be able to fine members of the public as part of the move, which comes after the province averaged nearly 5,000 new infections a day recently. By comparison, just 35 vaccines would prevent a single case if high-risk communities were targeted.
There are 38,341 active cases in the province, the B.1.1.7 variant first detected in the United Kingdom now makes up approximately 70 percent of the active cases in the province.
Kenney says more information will be released in the morning.
Nova Scotia reported two new infections for a total of 42 active cases.
Later Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada has purchased an additional eight million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine that will be delivered in May, June and July, said Friday.
Another five infections of the P.1 strain (Brazilian variant) were also found, bringing the case total to 207.
"The pace of vaccine supply have not kept up with variants".
"The biggest problem we now face, may be that we're just too exhausted to notice", said Brown.