Here's how to celebrate the holiday season safely, according to Ontario health officials
With the arrival of the holiday season, the Ontario government has released its COVID-19 guidance for those planning to gather and celebrate this year.
At his weekly news conference Thursday, Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, urged residents to keep practicing public health measures like wearing masks and keeping distance during the holiday season.
He warned that the province will continue to see new infections rise in the upcoming weeks.
The seven-day rolling average of new cases continues to climb and now stands at 692, up from 597 one week ago.
"Wherever you are planning on spending the holiday period and the new year please do so safely. We are seeing the expected increase in cases, and we do anticipate that they will continue to rise …
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