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As we gradually reopen the province, it’s never been more important to take everyday actions to reduce exposure and protect people’s health. Physical distancing, frequent hand washing and cleaning devices will continue to be crucial in Ontario’s fight against .

We’ve expanded our testing strategy to give Ontarians more confidence as we start to reopen the economy. If you’re worried about having , get tested! Find the nearest testing centre here:

May 30 is , an opportunity to come together to recognize and show our support for those affected by MS.

Starting June 1, backcountry camping at some will be available. Closure of campgrounds, roofed accommodations and other day use activities has been extended to June 14. All other buildings & facilities will also remain closed. Learn more:

This week opened the door to a new distribution hub for 60,000 food hampers provided by . We are grateful to & everyone who made this happen. Huge thanks to for kindly donating space.

If you’re worried that you or someone in your family has been in close contact with please go get a test. You do not need an appointment to visit your nearest testing centre and get tested.

Detecting and containing - that’s the focus of the second phase of our testing strategy. If you’re worried you have or you’ve been exposed to someone who has it, go get tested!

Our plan to ensure the health and safety of our long-term care residents includes both immediate action and planning for the future. In the event of a second surge of COVID-19 cases in the community we are working now to prepare our long-term care homes.

Residents of long-term care homes and their loved ones want to see action. In the last 48 hours we have taken decisive and immediate action that will continue to support our ongoing efforts to protect the health and safety of our seniors.

Taking a moment to remember all those affected by this tragic school shooting at Centennial Secondary School in Brampton 45 years ago.

Today at sundown Jewish people across Ontario will celebrate Shavuot, the Feast of Weeks. This special day marks the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people. I wish everyone a very happy and blessed holiday. Chag sameach!

We are one step closer to delivering on our plan for more rapid, reliable and seamlessly-connected transit in the GTA. Our Preliminary Agreement with York Region will help significantly expand the subway network with the delivery of the Yonge North Subway Extension.

Thinking of my brother today. It would have been his 51st birthday. He was committed to serving the people of Toronto. There will never be another politician like him. I can’t wait to see you dancing again brother. Happy Birthday Rob. Photo courtesy of the Toronto Star.

We are taking action to immediately address problems in long-term care homes. But it’s important we’re prepared for any future challenges. Today we extended the mandate of the Incident Management System, a team dedicated to rapid response in these homes.

We are taking action in our long-term care homes. Effective immediately we are starting the process of appointing temporary management of 5 homes and launching robust and detailed inspections in high-risk homes across Ontario. We will do whatever it takes to protect our seniors.

We will do whatever it takes to keep our seniors safe. Today I announced further action in Ontario’s long-term care system including expediting our recently announced independent commission that will be open and transparent with public hearings, witnesses and a public report.

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