TORONTO — Ontario hospitals are asking Premier Doug Ford for a staged and cautious reopening of the province.
A stay-at-home order designed to sluggish the unfold of COVID-19 is to be lifted on June 2.
In a letter to the premier, the Ontario Hospital Affiliation says a number of components ought to be thought of in plans to ease restrictions.
The affiliation says vaccination protection and provide, illness incidence, and an understanding of an infection sources are such components.
The letter says the reopening plan ought to be proof primarily based and centered on limiting the unfold of COVID-19.
It additionally says reopening plans should embrace equitable entry for marginalized communities.
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