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Guidance for Ontarians about COVID-19, provincial -level public health response, and testing. Coronavirus information sheet about coronavirus in many languages.
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Information on risk of coronavirus in Toronto, advice for protecting yourself, city-level public health response, and who to call for help.
Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan Website:
Information on the federal government's set of economic measures to help stabilize the economy, including details of income support programs and how to apply.
During COVID-19 we ask that all clients wear a cloth mask upon visiting our centre – or when they cannot social distance themselves.
We are asking for our East End CHC clients who enjoy sewing to take part in creating simple 2-ply folded masks to help keep all of our community members safe. These cloth masks will be given to clients visiting our Centre!
You can schedule to drop off your cloth masks with one of our receptionists at 416-778-5858, or mail them to:
East End Community Health Centre
1619 Queen St E
Toronto, ON M4L 1G4
Attention: Donated Masks for Community
Want to learn how to make your at-home fabric mask? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FB--BOyTiU
No elastic? No problem! You can make your mask with fabric ties or ribbon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY3aS1L7S-4
Need supplies? You can order online at https://fabricspark.com/!
Want to show us what you have made? Please share by hashtagging #EastEndMaskMakers!
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org