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Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health briefs province on COVID-19 social distancing

Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health briefs province on COVID-19 social distancing

Top doctors take questions from reporters
Health experts say you can get out and enjoy fresh air, carefully, during COVID-19 pandemic

Health experts say you can get out and enjoy fresh air, carefully, during COVID-19 pandemic

Health experts recommend taking precautions, staying away from others, and washing your hands when you get home if you go out to enjoy the outdoors
Tay Township man charged in Midland break and enters

Tay Township man charged in Midland break and enters

39-year-old charged in March 7 and 9 break-ins
Police find driver asleep at the wheel at stop sign

Police find driver asleep at the wheel at stop sign

Penetanguishene man, aged 22, faces impaired driving, drug possession charges
Tay Township volunteer firefighter self-isolates after vacation abroad

Tay Township volunteer firefighter self-isolates after vacation abroad

"We also need to stop the spread; that's why it's important to take all these steps," he says.
<b>LIVE:</b> Premier Doug Ford calls on manufacturers to retool to help produce critical healthcare items

LIVE: Premier Doug Ford calls on manufacturers to retool to help produce critical healthcare items

New online portal will help connect businesses that can help with the province
Another Simcoe County community declares a state of emergency

Another Simcoe County community declares a state of emergency

Declaration transfers authority from Orillia city council to emergency management committee.
Ontario reports 59 more COVID-19 cases, but behind local health unit reporting

Ontario reports 59 more COVID-19 cases, but behind local health unit reporting

The province is now reporting 377 confirmed cases, however test results can take two to seven days to come back
Early Midland featured plenty of colourful characters

Early Midland featured plenty of colourful characters

"Who Tro Dat Damn Freeze Cat? “ Clevis Hubert, The Mayor of Dollartown.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says not all Canadians abroad will be able to come home

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says not all Canadians abroad will be able to come home

More flights to other locations are in the works, but for those who cannot return, 'We're going to ask people to stay safe, make smart choices'