安省3步重开计划:本周六开放室外运动项目,包括网球,篮球,高尔夫等,6月14日开始第一步开放计划。

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Golf, tennis, other outdoor sports to open across Ontario as part of 3-step reopening plan​

Meanwhile, new modelling suggests keeping some measures in place until mid-June​

CBC News · Posted: May 20, 2021 8:54 AM ET | Last Updated: 23 minutes ago

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Premier Doug Ford announced details Thursday for a new three-step reopening plan as Ontario continues to see signs that point to the devastating third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic receding. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press)

Golf, tennis, basketball and other outdoor sports are set to reopen across the province on Saturday as part of a three-step plan aimed at gradually allowing for more indoor and outdoor activities to resume by the end of summer.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced details on Thursday as Ontario continues to see signs that point to the devastating third wave of COVID-19 in the province receding.

Under the new plan, restrictions will be eased gradually though June, July and August based on vaccination rates and key public health and health-care indicators.

The current stay-at-home order will remain in place until June 2, with the exception of these newly announced changes to some outdoor activities.

Ford said the changes are the result of current restrictions.

"These measures have worked," he said. "We are seeing increasingly positive trends in key public health indicators."

The three phases of the province's plan are:
  • Phase 1: An initial focus on resuming outdoor activities with smaller crowds where the risk of transmission is lower. This includes allowing outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people, outdoor dining with up to four people per table and non-essential retail at 15 per cent capacity.
  • Phase 2: Further expanding outdoor activities and resuming limited indoor services with small numbers of people. This includes outdoor gatherings of up to 25 people, outdoor sports and leagues, personal care services as well as indoor religious services, rites or ceremony gatherings at 15 per cent capacity. All indoor gatherings in this phase will require face coverings.
  • Phase 3: Expanding access to indoor settings, with restrictions, including where there are large numbers of people and where face coverings can't always be worn. This includes indoor sports and recreational fitness, indoor dining, museums, art galleries, libraries, casinos and bingo halls, with capacity limits.
You can read full details of the reopening plan in the document at the bottom of this story.

Phase 1 set to start week of June 13​

The province says it will remain in each step of its plan for at least 21 days to evaluate any impacts on key public health indicators. If at the end of the 21 days, the following vaccination thresholds have been met, along with positive trends in other key public health and health system indicators, then the province will move to the next step:
  • Step 1: 60 per cent of adults vaccinated with one dose.
  • Step 2: 70 per cent of adults vaccinated with one dose and 20 per cent vaccinated with two doses.
  • Step 3: 70 to 80 per cent of adults vaccinated with one dose and 25 per cent vaccinated with two doses.
Currently, the province says 58.5 per cent of Ontarians aged 18 and over have been given first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.

Health Minister Christine Elliott says Phase 1 of the reopening plan is set to start the week of June 13 if key indicators are met.

WATCH | Premier Doug Ford details reopening plans:


Ford announces 3-step reopening plan for Ontario​

2 hours ago 1:48

Saying it will be done 'slowly and with extreme caution,' Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced a three-step reopening plan for the province that will be based on hitting COVID-19 vaccination targets. 1:48

Meanwhile, as of May 22 outdoor gatherings of up to five people will be allowed, and the following outdoor activities can reopen if they follow select safety criteria:
  • Parks and recreational areas
  • Baseball diamonds
  • Batting cages
  • Soccer, football and sports fields
  • Tennis courts
  • Basketball courts
  • BMX parks
  • Skate parks
  • Golf courses
  • Frisbee golf
  • Cycling tracks and bike trails
  • Horse riding facilities
  • Shooting ranges
  • Ice rinks
  • Playgrounds
  • Boat and watercraft launches
  • Archery ranges
  • Lawn game courts
Team sports are still prohibited and individuals making use of these facilities will be required to maintain at least two metres of distancing, with the exception of members from the same household.

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Golf, tennis, basketball and other outdoor sports can reopen on Saturday across Ontario, with capacity limits. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press)

In-person learning to remain closed for now​

The plan comes as health officials say the province's control over the pandemic is improving due to current health measures.

Officials with Ontario's science advisory table presented their latest COVID-19 modelling data on Thursday, suggesting that maintaining progress with vaccinations and maintaining some public health measures until mid-June can "help ensure a good summer."
"The public health measures, no matter how taxing and frustrating, have helped stop the spread," Adalsteinn Brown, co-chair of the science table, said at Thursday's news conference.

"If we're careful and cautious, we can maintain this momentum."

The group said that reopening schools on June 2 could lead to a six to 11 per cent increase in cases but added that "may be manageable."
But Ford said given the risk reopening schools poses, they will continue to operate under teacher-led remote learning for now.

"We can't afford an increase of 11 per cent right now," Ford said during the news conference.

While Ford says Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Williams is in favour of reopening schools, there are teachers and other health officials who "have differing opinions."
"We have to get a consensus from all of the doctors," Ford said.

The province says data will be assessed on an ongoing basis and medical experts and other health officials will be consulted to determine if it may be safe to resume in-person learning.

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Schools in Ontario have been closed since March 14 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will remain closed until further notice. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)

Dr. Peter Jüni, scientific director of the Ontario COVID-19 science advisory table, said this morning that he supports a sector-by-sector reopening to prevent "region hopping."

In an interview with CBC Radio's Metro Morning, Jüni said he believes that restrictions on most outdoor activities, not including patio dining, should be lifted before June 2.

"We are in a much better place than we were a few weeks ago," he said, noting that cases and hospitalizations are dropping.
Jüni added that he is in favour of reopening schools after the stay-at-home order ends.

"A lot of kids are struggling, a lot of families are struggling," he said. If the province can vaccinate as many education workers and parents of school-aged children as possible by then, opening schools could be done safely, he continued.

'We're not out of the woods yet,' says hospital association​

Meanwhile, in a letter to the premier's office, the Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) said that any new approach "should be based on evidence and clear metrics and driven by the continued need to ensure that any ongoing transmission is limited."

OHA board chair Sarah Downey and president Anthony Dale cautioned that current public health measures are working to combat the third wave, "but we're not out of the woods yet."

"ICU occupancy remains high and variants of concern pose significant risk," the letter said. "Maintaining high testing rates and quickly identifying contacts to prevent outbreaks will remain crucial."

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周四下午,安大略省政府公布了一项三步计划,重新开放该省并逐步取消公共卫生措施..户外娱乐设施将于周六重新开放,包括高尔夫球场和网球场,户外聚会的限制将扩大到5人。 这三步计划的要点是: 第一步(条件是60%的成年人接种了一剂疫苗}。允许在餐厅的露台用餐,并允许非必要的零售在第一步以15%的容量开业。安大略可能会在6月14日这一周进入第一步。 第二步(70%的成人接种一剂疫苗,20%接种两剂疫苗},基本和非基本零售容量扩大,个人护理服务开放,允许最多25人的大型户外聚会,允许最多5人的室内聚会。 第三步,(70%至80%的成人接种了一剂疫苗,25%接种了两剂疫苗)允许更大的室内和室外聚会,可以重新开放室内餐厅。 安大略省将在每一个步骤中坚持至少21天,以评估对关键公共卫生和卫生系统指标的影响。
 

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本周6一些户外远动开放不算是第一步。第一步预计是在6月14日,条件是(60%的成年人接种了一剂疫苗)。
 

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又把以前的故事再演一遍,真是疲倦了
 

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老瓶装新酒,这次把疫苗接种率算进来了
 

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我想看看自定义头衔到底能有多少字。继续加,看系统什么时候把这个字符串截断。呃,居然还有?那就继续吧。
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又要开封?
 

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感觉其实就是拖,lockdown压力太大了。到了第三步才是重点。前面所有outdoor activities和personal gathering想禁也进不了。干脆慢慢开放让人有盼头。然后一拖就是两个半月。个人感觉这次的决策还是很有智慧的
 

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你删贴,就说明你特别害怕我说的,相信JB和贺锦丽真赢8100万选票的人,基本上有认知障碍,离他们远点
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第一针的有效率不是那么高
要真有效果,需要3-4个月以后
 
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