Tag: Toronto Public Health

City of Toronto update on COVID-19 – October 21, 2020

The City of Toronto continues to respond to COVID-19. Today, Mayor John Tory and Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa provided an update on the City’s measures to combat the resurgence of the virus in Toronto. There are 25,278 cases of COVID-19 in the city, an increase of 346 new cases today…. Read more »

Toronto Public Health launches online booking for flu vaccine clinics by appointment only

Today, Toronto Public Health (TPH) is launching the annual online flu vaccine booking system to help residents schedule their appointments for TPH’s annual flu vaccine clinics. This year, in response to local COVID-19 circumstances, TPH flu vaccine clinics will only be available through online appointments to ensure that appropriate physical distancing and infection prevention and… Read more »

Toronto’s 2020-2021 winter plan for people experiencing homelessness includes more spaces and enhanced street outreach

Homelessness is an extremely complex issue and the City of Toronto continues to experience significant demand for emergency shelter. To ensure safe and welcoming places for people who need them during the coming winter weather, the City is providing details about the 2020-21 winter services plan. The winter plan is part of the City’s Interim… Read more »