A stop sign outside Phil’s valu-mart is limiting customers inside, and asking those who have travelled recently or have COVID-19 symptoms not to enter.
Normalcy seems to be returning to local grocery stores.
Phil Leboudec of Phil’s valu-mart said Tuesday both online orders and shopping buggies are now at normal levels, with less indication of … [Read more...] about Complacency not an option, says store owner
Fran Boot demonstrates the masks she and a group of local sewers are making. (Photo supplied)
With a shortage of protective masks to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, two local groups of volunteers have been busy sewing fabric masks to be distributed where needed.
Their designs, materials and distribution are different, but their goals are the … [Read more...] about Volunteers busy sewing fabric masks
Ariel is home after about two months in hospital, feeling good, and happy to be reunited with her dog Freddy. (Photo supplied)
Ariel Carr, the 12-year-old Crossroads student who underwent extensive surgery at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, is home.
It was just last Wednesday, March 25, that she underwent an 11-and-one-half hour … [Read more...] about Ariel home, where she is safest from virus
Grower and town councillor Erwin Wiens is hoping his eight seasonal workers will arrive soon. In the meantime, he is holding out hope they will be able to work in the field while they’re in self-isolation. (Photo supplied)
Growers were assured more than a week ago that seasonal workers would be allowed into the country.
On Tuesday, they were … [Read more...] about Still holding hope seasonal workers can isolate in field
Lord Mayor Betty Disero has been making videos to share information with residents. This is a screenshot of her video about the arrival of seasonal workers. To view her videos, visit www.notl.com/COVID-19. (Screenshot) Update: The numbers released by the Town Tuesday were from the Niagara Health System. The Niagara Region website with COVID-19 information has … [Read more...] about Niagara COVID-19 cases jump to 67, four deaths, region reports Tuesday
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