Monday, May 09, 2022

Toronto Covid-19 Emergency Declaration is over!

After more than two years Mayor John Tory terminated the municipal emergency on May 9, 2022 as per the advise from the Medical Officer of Health. We did it, we won the war?

The emergency declaration, the City of Toronto's first official emergency declaration, was declared on March 23, 2020 as the pandemic started running wild across the globe. Now the health and strategic command team have decided to end the declaration, bring employees back to pre-pandemic positions and continuing with vaccinations which is now the biggest weapon in their arsenal after lockdowns were ended earlier in March 2022.

Mayor John Tory said; “While the City of Toronto is no longer operating under an emergency declaration in response to COVID-19, our work to help people get vaccinated and to lead the economic recovery is continuing. We have made it through this emergency period thanks to our dedicated City staff who confronted this global pandemic – the greatest challenge of our generation – with a determination to do everything we can to help residents and continue to deliver much-needed municipal services. As Team Toronto's world-leading COVID-19 vaccination campaign continues, I want to thank everyone who has worked to help people get vaccinated and deliver more than 7 million doses so far. Most importantly, I want to thank Toronto residents who have worked with us throughout the emergency period of the pandemic to make sure we get through these tough times and come back stronger than ever.”

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