- Have each kid pick a topic they'd like to learn about and spend 30 mins each day on that topic
- Bake something every day
- Have each kid write a letter and/or emails to a different friend or family member each day
- Wash our hands!!!!
- Facetime grandparents a lot
- watch everything on Disney+
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Riverside's Emergency Planning Team activated its pandemic plan last week in response to COVID-19 and is taking increased precautions to ensure the safety of our patients, residents, clients, staff, professional staff and volunteers.
While the risk of contracting COVID-19 remains low, we are taking increased precautions as a preventative measure.
The Town of Fort Frances Emergency Management Control Group met today at 8:30 a.m. to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are still actively monitoring the situation and will be continuing to regularly meet to ensure that the community is provided with appropriate and timely updates.
The Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU)has been notified that a resident of Fort Frances has tested positive coronavirus (COVID-19).
The affected individual is an adult who has recently returned from international travel.
The NWHU is sending this media release to bring residents up-to-date with the situation locally, and with new provincial recommendations.Currently in our area, there have not been any positive cases of COVID-19. NWHU is following up on all tests that have been done in the area, and will provide an update if any cases are identified.
Riverside Health Care in conjunction with the Northwestern Public Health Unit has declared a Respiratory Outbreak at Rainycrest Long Term Care.
All admissions, transfers, discharges and social activities are cancelled until further notice. Visitors are restricted to immediate family members and caregivers only.
Riverside Health Care in conjunction with the Northwestern Public Health Unit have identified Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) as the main viral organism of the current Respiratory Outbreak at Rainycrest Long Term Care declared on March 4, 2020.
A case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in a man from the Sudbury area. He attended the PDAC (Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada) 2020 convention in Toronto, which took place from March 1 to 4. Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) asks that any residents who attended this conference self-monitor for fever and cough until 14 days after departing from the event.
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