UPDATE: Private campground beaches for their registered seasonal campers CAN open. Remember to continue practicing #PhysicalDistancing and that no more than 5 people are allowed in a group, unless they are from the same household. To learn more, visit: https://t.co/miBQnG5wEa https://t.co/0wblZpt2Jl
#RCDHU would like to remind residents to continue practicing #PhysicalDistancing, even after being obtaining a negative #COVID19 test. This means continuing to wear a mask if you can't maintain a 2m distance from others. More info at #RCDHU: https://t.co/miBQnG5wEa https://t.co/XUASsOpok0
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 new June 8-20 schedule!
#PhysicalDistancing #WashYourHands🤲 #WeAreInThisTogether https://t.co/BbofcybkC4
UPDATE: Short term rental accommodations such as lodges, cabins, cottages and other shared rental accommodation can open. Find #COVID19 sector specific guidelines for re-opening your business here: https://t.co/0pFcZK7QOC #RCDHU https://t.co/yGqv50FUuY
#RCDHU recommends that if you need to be outside for long periods of time during warm days like today, to ensure that sun screen is being used. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF of 30 or higher, and reapply every 2 hours. Water resistant or sport sunscreen stays on better! https://t.co/BKmffEZgC9
#RCDHU discourages residents from hosting or visiting garage/yard sales, as it's difficult to practice #PhysicalDistancing and proper hand hygiene. Remember to #WashYourHands🤲 and to wear a face covering, but #StayHomeStaySafe if you are feeling unwell. #COVID19 https://t.co/6P66jUiapf