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  • Food Basics signs
        Food Basics, Lindsay, had plenty of instructional signage letting shoppers know about limited store access and how to practice safe social distancing from other shoppers. Arrows and signs were placed on floors to guide shoppers up and down aisles in designated directions to allow for safer distancing, though this was ...
      Food Basics, Lindsay, had plenty of instructional signage letting shoppers know about ...
  • Loblaws signs
        Loblaws, Lindsay, had large posters up to outline their shopping guidelines and changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Store hours were adjusted to be 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, 7 days a week, to give store staff time to stock shelves, sanitize, and have time off. Seniors-only shopping hours were 7:00 ...
      Loblaws, Lindsay, had large posters up to outline their shopping guidelines and ...
  • Wholesale Club signs
        The Wholesale Club, Lindsay, had signs posted in-store limiting purchases of certain high-demand items.
      The Wholesale Club, Lindsay, had signs posted in-store limiting purchases of certain ...
  • April 28: Academy Theatre tries to retain revenues
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 28 Apr 2020     Academy Theatre, Lindsay, busily worked to reschedule many theatre events with only a few postponed, left pending, or cancelled altogether.
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 28 Apr 2020   Academy Theatre, Lindsay, busily worked to reschedule many theatre events with only ...
  • Shoppers Drug Mart, Downtown Lindsay
        Shoppers Drug Mart, downtown Lindsay, had signs and posters up detailing their rules and guides for store access and use during the COVID-19 pandemic. The store offered priority access for Frontline Healthcare Workers with healthcare photo ID. This included entrance to the store, pharmacy drop-off and pick-up, and front cash. ...
      Shoppers Drug Mart, downtown Lindsay, had signs and posters up detailing their ...
  • April 28: Ross Memorial Hospital launches team to support nursing and retirement homes
    Kawartha Lakes This Week, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 28 Apr 2020     As part of their pandemic response, Ross Memorial Hospital launched a team to support long-term care, retirement and congregate living facilities, providing infection prevention and control education, staffing, and mobile COVID-19 assessment and testing.
    Kawartha Lakes This Week, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 28 Apr 2020   As part of their pandemic response, Ross Memorial Hospital launched a team ...
  • April 28: Wondering about Canada Day? Events, summer programs on hold until June 30.
    Sobanski, Sarah, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 28 Apr 2020     City of Kawartha Lakes suspended all community events and gatherings until June 30, but warned not to get hopes up for Canada Day (July 1). The City targeted the end of June as the end of the suspension but recommended that events such as Canada Day would need to take ...
    Sobanski, Sarah, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 28 Apr 2020   City of Kawartha Lakes suspended all community events and gatherings until June ...
  • April 29: Kawartha Lakes City Hall tallying financial impact of COVID-19 'line-by-line'
    Sobanski, Sarah, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 29 Apr 2020     Though Kawartha Lakes City Hall managed its budgets through the pandemic, no solid numbers were available for residents before the end of May. All staff in every department were challenged to revise 2020 work plans, changing their view to be pandemic recovery, and the City planned to examine it's 2020 ...
    Sobanski, Sarah, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 29 Apr 2020   Though Kawartha Lakes City Hall managed its budgets through the pandemic, no ...
  • The Lives Behind the Numbers: Ruth and Tami Sheppard
        CBC News profiled victims from the first 1000 deaths related to COVID-19. Relatives shared about Ruth and Tami Sheppard, mother and daughter, who had lived at Pinecrest Nursing Home, Bobcaygeon, for only a short while.
      CBC News profiled victims from the first 1000 deaths related to COVID-19. ...
  • April 27: Residents and staff at Case Manor, Bobcaygeon, test positive for COVID-19
    kawarthaNOW.com ( Jeannine Taylor), 27 Apr 2020     Case Manor, a 96-bed long-term care home in Bobcaygeon, had an outbreak of COVID-19 in its building, affecting four residents and four workers.
    kawarthaNOW.com ( Jeannine Taylor), 27 Apr 2020   Case Manor, a 96-bed long-term care home in Bobcaygeon, had an outbreak ...
  • April 27: Norland Summer Festival cancelled
        Norland Summer Festival was canceled for 2020 due to COVID-19, but they looked forward to returning in 2021.
      Norland Summer Festival was canceled for 2020 due to COVID-19, but they ...
  • Norland Bear stays safe
    Wisniewshi Watson, Lori, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 27 Apr 2020     Thank you essential workers. Stay Safe.
    Wisniewshi Watson, Lori, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 27 Apr 2020   Thank you essential workers. Stay Safe.
  • April 3: Human Services continues to operate
        Human Services continue to provide all critical operations including social assistance applications and payments while remaining closed to the public.
      Human Services continue to provide all critical operations including social assistance applications ...
  • April 3: Garbage bag limit increased to 3 bags per week
        The City raised its curbside bag limit to 3 bags while landfills remain closed to public access, effective April 6.
      The City raised its curbside bag limit to 3 bags while landfills ...
  • April 8: City asks the public to keep distance from waste collection staff
        The City asked that the public refrain from having a conversation with the Miller collection staff although greetings and compliments are appreciated. Staff have been asked directed to maintain physical distancing and ask residents also to do the same.
      The City asked that the public refrain from having a conversation with ...
  • April 6: Burn Ban in the City
        Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service's Mark Pankhurst calls for people to respect the burn ban and not draw away emergency resources.
      Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service's Mark Pankhurst calls for people to respect ...
  • April 14: Message from the Mayor
        Mayor Andy Letham shares a message with the public. The local State of Emergency is extended to May 12 to match the province's extension. Restrictions for use of outdoor public amenities continues to be restricted. The local health unit reported 109 positive cases of the virus in Kawartha Lakes at ...
      Mayor Andy Letham shares a message with the public. The local State ...
  • April 11: A message of hope from Valu-Mart (Bobcaygeoon)
        Valu-mart Bobcaygeon shares a message of hope and community with the public and shows off tribute shirts made by Bigley Shoes and Clothing.
      Valu-mart Bobcaygeon shares a message of hope and community with the public ...
  • April 20: Two Ross Memorial Hospital staff members test positive for COVID-19
    Kawartha Lakes This Week, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 20 Apr 2020     Ross Memorial Hospital staff and doctors were tested after a patient tested positive for the virus on April 17. Testing had so far revealed that two staff members were positive for COVID-19.
    Kawartha Lakes This Week, Kawartha Lakes This Week, 20 Apr 2020   Ross Memorial Hospital staff and doctors were tested after a patient tested ...
  • April 20: Staff at Ross Memorial share a message.
        Staff at Ross Memorial Hospital, possibly the Kitchen staff, share a message with the public. "#InThisTogether. #StayHome. We are here for you."
      Staff at Ross Memorial Hospital, possibly the Kitchen staff, share a message ...
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