#RCDHU is advising residents who live around or use lakes and rivers to be on the lookout for algae blooms. Should you see one, avoid using the water for drinking, bathing, or showering and ensure children, pets or livestock don't drink or swim there.
UPDATE: #RCDHU releases local directive for masks/face coverings in enclosed public spaces - effective July 14th. For full details visit: https://t.co/QufLGlrErO. For more info on masks/face coverings and #COVID19, visit: https://t.co/Tp2TWWQkdF. https://t.co/eCqTgxz1J3
Are you a County of Renfrew or South Algonquin resident, and looking to get a #COVID-19 test? Visit #RCDHU's website at: https://t.co/miBQnG5wEa to see the July 5-17 schedule!
#PhysicalDistancing #WashYourHands🤲 #WeAreInThisTogether https://t.co/1n6juLJZoS
View #RCDHU's media release regarding a blue-green algae bloom that was found at Lake Dore. Please remember to contact the Ministry of Environment Conservation and Parks hotline at 1-800-268-6060 if any such algae blooms are discovered.
#RCDHU wants to remind residents to keep it up with public health measures, even after getting a negative #COVID19 test. Stay home if possible, #WashYourHands🤲 often and wear a mask if you can't keep 2 m away from others. More info at: https://t.co/miBQnG5wEa https://t.co/iUT2KvsZ81
ATTN: Environmental Service Managers in Hospitals, Long Term Care and Retirement Homes & Directors of Care and Assistant Directors of Care in Long-term Care and Retirement Homes in IPAC East’s region. Check out: Environmental Cleaning and #COVID19 webinar July 14th! https://t.co/TThVwA31DS