IN THE NEWS
SIGNAGE RESOURCES FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES
The REV (Recovery Economic Venture) Advisory Group has created downloadable signage to assist retailers as they re-open during the COVID-19 challenge.
Click on this link [https://bit.ly/2AY60FL] to be taken to a Google Drive page, where a variety of formats of signage can be downloaded. Double-click to download the instructions first, then choose which format is easiest for you to use. Double-click on the file folder that contains your preferred format, and double-click on the files inside to download to your computer. Many of the files allow you to insert your own logo, if desired. If you don't have a graphics program, or much experience with a computer, consider suing the PDF files which you can print exactly as they are.
Outdoor Recreational Facilities Re-Opening
The Government of Ontario has authorized the re-opening of many outdoor recreational amenities, including outdoor sports facilities and multi-use fields; off-leash dog areas; and outdoor picnic sites, benches and shelters in parks and recreational areas; and splash pads. The following are NOT yet open: playgrounds, play structures and equipment; fitness equipment;
Please note that public washrooms at the Bayfield Library, the Hensall Pavilion and the Zurich Park are open, with all other protocols still in place: stay 2m/6ft away from others; wash your hands often with soap & water, or alcohol based sanitizer; don't gather in groups larger than 10 people.
All Bluewater beaches are open for all activities. Please note that some beach access points are closed, due to erosion. Regular safety protocols described above are still in place.
For a simple graphic as to what you can and can't do in Bluewater's parks, click here: https://bit.ly/2ZpH8AZ
Deloitte provides COVID-19 'Return to the Workplace' Guide for Employers
Government of Ontario provides information on where businesses can source
Personal Protection Equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More businesses to open as the Government of Ontario allows retail stores with
a street entrance to offer curbside pickup and delivery. Provincial parks and conservation reserves are now open with limited access:
recreational activities will be restricted to walking, hiking, biking and birdwatching.
PUBLIC HEALTH UPDATES
Updated information can be found on the Huron Perth Public Health website at
Be sure to check out their COVID-19 Response Resources here: