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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Medical experts urge more masking, distancing for schools planning to reopen

ONTARIO: Medical experts urge more masking, distancing for schools planning to reopen

Thursday's guidelines, led by experts at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children, urge COVID-19 tests for all staff and students exposed to a case, and that indoor masking be made mandatory for all those Grade 1 and up
APH reports one new COVID case, related to international travel

APH reports one new COVID case, related to international travel

There are currently 20 active cases in the Algoma region
New CT Scanner meant shorter wait for first patient

New CT Scanner meant shorter wait for first patient

Sylvain Pitre had an appointment for a scan at Health Sciences North scheduled for next June
Sudbury health unit advises entire St. David school community to get COVID-19 tests

Sudbury health unit advises entire St. David school community to get COVID-19 tests

School board had already closed school and moved to online learning on Wednesday
<updated>WATCH: </updated> Feds deploying mobile health units to help Ontario in fight against COVID-19

WATCH: Feds deploying mobile health units to help Ontario in fight against COVID-19

MHUs will provide an additional 200 hospital beds in the GTA
Ontario reports 2,662 new COVID cases today

Ontario reports 2,662 new COVID cases today

Active cases, hospitalizations and weekly incidence rate are all trending downward based on provincial reporting
Sudbury's Lansdowne Public School students on two bus routes self-isolating after possible COVID-19 exposure

Sudbury's Lansdowne Public School students on two bus routes self-isolating after possible COVID-19 exposure

School remains open for in-person learning at this time 
COVID-19: Public Health confirms a fifth person has died at Sudbury's Amberwood Suites

COVID-19: Public Health confirms a fifth person has died at Sudbury's Amberwood Suites

Outbreak at retirement home was declared Jan. 5
<b>COVID-19:</b> What locally-made PPE means for Canadian manufacturing

COVID-19: What locally-made PPE means for Canadian manufacturing

Though the pandemic has become the world’s dominant health concern, it may catalyze recovery from some of the economic consequences of globalization, prof says
Former Elliot Laker pens book for babies and toddlers with type 1 diabetes

Former Elliot Laker pens book for babies and toddlers with type 1 diabetes

Author Brandy Roy is also trying to raise money for children’s hospitals in Ontario