COVID-19 Weekly Update: May 22, 2020

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The City of Ottawa’s weekly roundup of information regarding the City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

May 22, 2020
Announcements and Events

What’s new

Here’s the City’s weekly roundup of information in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The latest from Ottawa Public Health

In case you missed it

 

Paramedic services

 

In a world where the message is to stay home, the Ottawa Paramedic Service is still on the job. In addition to answering 9-1-1 calls and supporting the City’s COVID-19 assessment centres, Ottawa’s paramedics have been working in long-term care homes to help contain the pandemic outbreak.

 

Park Ambassador

 

Park Ambassador, Stephanie Bilodeau, and by-law officer Honza Poulard, explain how to enjoy the City’s outdoor sports fields and courts, while reminding residents of which activities remain out of bounds.

 

Front line heroes

 

Ensuring our front-line heroes have access to safe, quality child care for their kids is one of the most meaningful ways that we, as a City, can support them.

 

Watch: Im in

 

Watch: I'm in(link is external)! For front-line and essential workers on the job during the pandemic, physical distancing and hand washing are more than just safety measures. They are meaningful actions the public can take to show solidarity and support for those who go to work every day to keep our city moving. #WeAreInThisTogether

 

Ottawa Public Library lends 3D printers

 

The Ottawa Public Library lends 3D printers to make protective equipment. OPL’s Yvonne van Lith is “glad we were able to get these printers into the hands of the people who could make the best use of them during this pandemic.”

 

Unsafe at home

 

Unsafe at Home is a secure text and online chat service for women who may be living through increased violence and abuse at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Counsellors provide emotional support, practical advice and information about where to access support in Ottawa.

 

City council and commitees

 

Don’t forget, you can watch live City Council and Committee meetings on the Ottawa City Council YouTube Channel. City Council meetings are also broadcast live on RogersTV Cable 22 and on the RogersTV website.

 

Signs of hope: Ottawa window and sidewalk art

 

Signs of hope.Thanks for sharing your inspiring photos. 

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