- The Ontario government is investing $1.5 million through the new Tourism Economic Development Recovery Fund and offering promotional incentives at provincial attractions to help the province’s tourism industry and welcome back visitors after the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund will support projects that develop innovative tourism products and experiences, drive private sector tourism investments, workforce development, and support tourism operators to learn more through tourism industry associations.
- This summer, frontline workers are eligible for 2-for-1 admission at all Niagara Parks‘ attractions, heritage sites and the Falls Incline Railway every Thursday, as well as 10 per cent off all culinary and retail purchases until September 7, 2020.
- Living with face masks: How to stow them, reuse disposables and more, Emily Chung, CBC News
- 6 in 10 workers won’t go back to work if it’s not safe: Survey, Sarah Dobson, Canadian HR Reporter
- Reimagining the $9 trillion tourism economy—what will it take? Margaux Constantin, Steve Saxon & Jackey Yu, McKinsey & Company
If you are showing symptoms, contact your health care provider, call the Public Health Info-Line at 905-688-8248, or chat to Public Health online. For testing, call 905-378-4647 ext. 42819 (4-CV19) for information on test centres in Niagara and to book an appointment.
Remember that a COVID-19 test is only a snapshot of your health on the specific date and time the swab was taken. No testing is perfect and a negative result doesn’t mean you haven’t been exposed to COVID-19. You can still develop symptoms days after your test was taken.
It is important that everyone practice physical distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Maintain a 2-metre distance from other people. When maintaining distance is impossible, wear a mask or face covering. Wash hands frequently and thoroughly. Avoid touching the face. If you have recently traveled outside the country, you are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days.
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Stay safe and be vigilant. The GNCC is here to support you. Contact us with any questions you have.