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  • Ontario Expands Case and Contact Management Workforce

    Ontario Expands Case and Contact Management Workforce

    Additional staff will help stop the spread of COVID-19 across the province

    TORONTO — The Ontario government has hired more case managers and contact tracers, building the provincial workforce to 1,600 by February 15, 2021. Along with staff who work in or have been redeployed within public health units, this support brings the total number of case and contact tracers in the province to nearly 5,600 staff. These people are vital in helping to isolate new cases of COVID-19 and stopping the spread of the virus in communities across Ontario.

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  • Ontario Supporting Increased Access to French-Language Early Years and Child Care Programs

    Ontario Supporting Increased Access to French-Language Early Years and Child Care Programs

    Government Funding Two New Positions to Enhance French-language Services

    TORONTO — Ontario is investing $150,000 to create two new positions at the provincial advocacy group l'Association francophone à l'éducation des services à l'enfance de l'Ontario (AFÉSEO). These positions will promote the recruitment, retention and professional development of French-language early childhood educator staff while supporting the provision of high-quality French-language services in child care and early years programs.

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  • Ontario to Vaccinate up to 8.5 Million People in Phase Two

    Ontario to Vaccinate up to 8.5 Million People in Phase Two

    Province to Expand COVID-19 Immunization Program to Seniors, Frontline Essential Workers in Next Phase of Rollout Plan

    TORONTO — The Ontario government is preparing to immunize up to 8.5 million people before the end of Phase Two of the government's vaccine implementation plan, which aims to receive, store and administer COVID-19 vaccines to Ontarians as soon as supply is available.

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