Please note: We have received information from our ministry MCCSS, in regards to changes that will be guiding us through the Ontario roadmap to reopening process. The detailed information package will be available early July and posted here on our webpage.
For now, as Ontario moved to Step 2 of the Roadmap to Reopen on June 30, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., based on the province wide vaccination rate and continuing improvements in key public health and health system indicators, the following changes can be implemented:
- OUTDOOR visits are permitted, currently up to 25 people. During outdoor visits, screening, medical masks, and eye protection are MANDATORY.
- INDOOR visits are permitted inline with Step 2 of the reopening process.(currently up to 5 people), they must be scheduled and supervised. Screening, medical masks and eye protection are MANDATORY.
- SHORT STAY ABSENCES, including home visits are permitted inline with step 2 of the Roadmap to reopening with up to 5 people and following public health guidelines.
- OVERNIGHT ABSENCES are permitted for general reason, given that upon return the person passes a COVID -19 screening and follows self isolation procedures for 14 days or has a negative COVID -19 PCR test.
Video: All About the COVID-19 Vaccines with Doctors Sharffaf & Robinson
Please view below, updates from MCCSS regarding COVID-19
COVID-19 Information By And For People With Disabilities
Adapted by the Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities (H-CARDD) Program. hcarddcovid.com/info hcardd.ca