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The MICs Group of Health Services is delighted that the guidelines are changing in a manner that will reunite patients with their families. We have established a visiting program that will ensure everyone’s health and well-being. Please read all the information very carefully as visits will only be allowed if all requirements have been met and all directions followed.
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Enhanced Measures to Protect Ontarians from COVID-19
To ensure the health of individuals and families living within our communities, please be aware of the following public health measures which are needed. These were recommended by Dr. David Williams, the Chief Medical Officer of Health of Ontario and further supported by Premier Doug Ford with today’s declaration of a state of emergency.
Visitors: As per the Chief Medical Officer of Health, only essential visitors will be allowed to visit our Long-Term Care Homes. As such, we are also restricting visitors to our hospitals to protect our patients. The ministry is identifying essential visitors as those who have a Patient/Resident who is dying or very ill or a parent/guardian of an ill child or youth in a live-in treatment setting.
There will be screening at the main entrances.
All outpatients will be screened.
Clinics/outpatient services: Some of our outpatient services could be impacted. You will be notified if your appointment is deferred or cancelled.