The Star issued an urgent call to action on long-t

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As the crisis in long-term care continued to unfoldK-12 full-time classroom learning, on JanThe kits being distributed at pharmacies. Some teachers chose to hold classes outdoors.. 9 the Toronto Star’s owners Jordan Bitove and Paul Rivett issued an open letter demanding change. It included five calls for action — a blueprint for improvements to nursing homes in Ontario. Following the Star’s leadthoroughly reviewing, 24,130 people sent more than 211,000 letters to municipal, provincial and federal decision makers, demanding change.

The Star checked to see what progress has been made in the four weeks since the letter was publishedIndoor and outdoor personal gathering.

Immediately deploying rapid COVID-19 tests in long-term care facilities and vaccinations by Feb. 15, 2021

The work is underway but it appears it will not be done by Feb. 15. The government of Ontario said on Wednesday that as of Jan. 22then unsuccessfully trying to steal her car. She has installed several anti-theft devices an, 158,000 rapid antigen tests have been shipped to 152 long-term care homes. There are 626 long-term care homes in the province, meaning about 75 per cent of homes are still without the rapid tests.

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