Ontario extends stay-at-home order

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"By continuing to strictly follow all measures, we can further reduce transmission of the virus, safeguard hospital and public health capacity, and save lives".

It was set to expire on May 20.

The provincial stay-at-home order will be extended another at least another two weeks.

"If we stay the course for the next two weeks, and continue vaccinating record number of Ontarians every day, we can begin looking forward to July and August and having the summer that everyone deserves".

"So long as we receive sufficient supply from the federal government, we will work to get everyone who wants to be vaccinated fully vaccinated this summer", Ivana Yelich said in an email.

Premier Doug Ford says outdoor activities such as golf and tennis will not be allowed until at least June 2.

Remote learning will continue for Ontario school children.

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However, youths age 12 to 17 will be eligible to book a vaccine starting May 31, said Ford, along with their families.

Andrea Horwath, leader of the opposition at Queen's Park, said the extension of the stay-at-home order is the result of Ford ignoring the advice of health experts.

Hospitals in Canada's most populous province were close to being overwhelmed in the latest pandemic wave due to a surge in COVID-19 cases driven by more easily transmitted coronavirus variants and a reopening that many health experts said happened too soon.

"We want to open and stay open", Dr. David Williams said.

"The reality is, existing border measures have failed to keep the contagious variants out of Canada", Ford said.

"In the first and second wave when we were dealing wit the non-variants, the number 1,000 was where we had our predictable hospitalization rates around six per cent and ICU rates accordingly", Williams said.

Thanks to the collective efforts of Ontarians in following public health and workplace safety measures, the province continues to make considerable progress in the fight to control the third wave of COVID-19.

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That province reported 781 new COVID-19 infections and five more deaths Thursday.

Thirty one more people have died.

Elliott, who received a first dose of the AstraZeneca shot herself, moved to reassure people who got that vaccine that they had made the right decision to get immunized. Of those patients, 776 are in intensive care and 559 are on ventilators.

"We have more of what I'd call a collective or community approach", Dr. Howard Njoo, deputy chief public health officer, told a briefing in Ottawa on Thursday.

In Ottawa-area regions: Eastern Ontario Health Unit, which includes Cornwall and Hawkesbury, reported 18 new cases, while Leeds, Grenville & Lanark reported two, Renfrew reported eight and Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington reported seven.

Ford, however, said recreational outdoor facilities would remain closed to limit mobility and other behaviour that could contribute to spread of the virus.

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