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COVID-19 - Mayor's Bulletins

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Message from the Mayor

The Mayor’s COVID-19 Bulletin is issued twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please rest assured that we are continuing to monitor the spread of COVID-19 in our area and won’t hesitate to share updates more frequently if required. We also update our main COVID-19 resource page as new information becomes available.

Our next video update will be available on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/TillsonburgON). You can also submit questions and concerns to covid19@tillsonburg.ca at any time. 

We know that many in the community have concerns about when vaccine appointments will be available in Tillsonburg. We have been advised by Southwestern Public Health that pharmacies, family physicians, mobile clinics will all be options in the future. At this time, however, the two regional clinics are the best for dispensing the Pfizer vaccine that is currently available. We hope that some announcement will be made soon regarding additional locations.

The public health unit assures residents that there will be vaccine for everyone who wants it and that the number of appointments will keep increasing as the supply increases and then stabilizes. 

As well, Southwestern Public Health has confirmed that residents can attend any Mass Immunization Clinic in the province to obtain vaccine, as long as they fall into eligible priority groups.

Stephen Molnar,
Mayor, Town of Tillsonburg

 

Current Bulletin

April 9

The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts, has declared a third provincial emergency under s 7.0.1 (1) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMPCA). These measures are being taken in response to the rapid increase in COVID-19 transmission, the threat on the province's hospital system capacity, and the increasing risks posed to the public by COVID-19 variants.

Beginning Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., a province-wide Stay-at-Home order is in effect, requiring everyone to remain at home except for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated), for outdoor exercise, or for work that cannot be done remotely. As Ontario's health care capacity is threatened, the Stay-at-Home order, and other new and existing public health and workplace safety measures will work to preserve public health system capacity, safeguard vulnerable populations, allow for progress to be made with vaccinations and save lives.

 

Public Health Updates

As of April 9, 2021, there are currently 123 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 66 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has 8 confirmed ongoing cases.


Other Updates

Pre-registration available for Essential Workplaces

Do you operate an Essential Workplace with workers who cannot work from home? Pre-registration is open at www.swpublichealth.ca/preregisteracohort for leadership and owners at applicable Essential Workplaces to register their organization. A reminder, this is a pre-registration only. 

Learn more

 

Vaccine eligibility expanded to those aged 65 and older

Strong uptake combined with increasing supply and the start of vaccination in local pharmacies have led the Middlesex-London Health Unit and Southwestern Public Health to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to those aged 65 and older.

Learn more

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.

 

Recent Bulletins

April 7

The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts, is immediately declaring a third provincial emergency under s 7.0.1 (1) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMPCA). These measures are being taken in response to the rapid increase in COVID-19 transmission, the threat on the province's hospital system capacity, and the increasing risks posed to the public by COVID-19 variants.

Effective Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., the government is issuing a province-wide Stay-at-Home order requiring everyone to remain at home except for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated), for outdoor exercise, or for work that cannot be done remotely. As Ontario's health care capacity is threatened, the Stay-at-Home order, and other new and existing public health and workplace safety measures will work to preserve public health system capacity, safeguard vulnerable populations, allow for progress to be made with vaccinations and save lives.

In addition, the province is also strengthening public health and workplace safety measures for non-essential retail under the provincewide emergency brake.

 

Public Health Updates

As of April 7, 2021, there are currently 112 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 70 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has 11 confirmed ongoing cases.


Other Updates

Vaccine rollout by postal code in “hot spot” communities

The Ontario government is moving into Phase Two of its COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, with a focus on reaching individuals in "hot spot" communities where COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted certain neighbourhoods. In addition, this phase will prioritize individuals with the highest-risk health conditions in April 2021.

Learn more

 

Vaccine eligibility expanded to those aged 65 and older

Strong uptake combined with increasing supply and the start of vaccination in local pharmacies have led the Middlesex-London Health Unit and Southwestern Public Health to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to those aged 65 and older.

Learn more

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.

April 1

The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts, is imposing a provincewide emergency brake as a result of an alarming surge in case numbers and COVID-19 hospitalizations across the province. The province-wide emergency brake will be effective Saturday, April 3, 2021, at 12:01 a.m. and the government intends to keep this in place for at least four weeks.

 

Measures include, but are not limited to:

  • Prohibiting indoor organized public events and social gatherings and limiting the capacity for outdoor organized public events or social gatherings to a 5-person maximum, except for gatherings with members of the same household (the people you live with) or gatherings of members of one household and one other person from another household who lives alone.
  • Restricting in-person shopping in all retail settings, including a 50 per cent capacity limit for supermarkets, grocery stores, convenience stores, indoor farmers' markets, other stores that primarily sell food and pharmacies, and 25 per cent for all other retail including big box stores, along with other public health and workplace safety measures;
  • Prohibiting personal care services;

  • Prohibiting indoor and outdoor dining. Restaurants, bars and other food or drink establishments will be permitted to operate by take-out, drive-through, and delivery only;
  • Prohibiting the use of facilities for indoor or outdoor sports and recreational fitness (e.g., gyms) with very limited exceptions;
  • Requiring day camps to close; and,
  • Limiting capacity at weddings, funerals, and religious services, rites or ceremonies to 15 per cent occupancy per room indoors, and to the number of individuals that can maintain two metres of physical distance outdoors. This does not include social gatherings associated with these services such as receptions, which are not permitted indoors and are limited to five people outdoors.

On the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, all Ontarians are asked to limit trips outside the home to necessities such as food, medication, medical appointments, supporting vulnerable community members, or exercising outdoors with members of their household. Employers in all industries should make every effort to allow employees to work from home.

 

Public Health Updates

As of April 1, 2021, there are currently 90 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 49 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has seven confirmed ongoing cases.

Other Updates

Ontario expanding pharmacy and primary care locations for COVID-19 vaccinations

The Ontario government is steadily increasing capacity in its COVID-19 vaccine rollout with the addition of over 350 additional pharmacies and more primary care settings across the province. All of these locations will be offering the AstraZeneca vaccine to individuals aged 55 and over, with some locations to begin offering the vaccine as early as Saturday, April 3, 2021.

Learn more

 

Province Doubles Support for Parents With New Ontario COVID-19 Child Benefit

The Ontario government is providing parents with $980 million in direct support as part of the Ontario COVID-19 Child Benefit. Under this new round of funding, payments will be doubled to $400 per child and $500 for a child with special needs to help offset additional learning costs. This investment is part of the 2021 Budget, Ontario's Action Plan: Protecting People's Health and Our Economy.

Learn more


Vaccination information from Southwestern Public Health

Booking an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine has not been easy for everyone. With such a high demand, the phone lines have been very busy. Southwestern Public Health is committed to getting the COVID-19 vaccine to seniors 80+ living in Oxford County, Elgin County, and the City of St. Thomas. Please visit https://forms.swpublichealth.ca/COVID-19-Help-List  and complete the form for yourself, or someone you know (80+), who wants a COVID-19 vaccine. We will call the individual with the date and time of an appointment at the location of their choice.

Learn more

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.

March 30

At this time, Tillsonburg and other communities in the Southwestern Public Health region are at the ORANGE level in the framework. 

View Framework

 

Highlights from the Orange Zone include:

  • Always stay home if you have symptoms, physically distance by staying two metres apart from people you do not live with, wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces, and avoid non-essential travel.
  • Events and social gatherings in private homes, backyards, or parks (for example, barbeques) are limited to 10 people indoors or 25 people outdoors.
  • Organized public events and gatherings in staffed businesses and facilities (for example, event spaces) are limited to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors.
  • Religious, wedding, and funeral services may operate at 30% capacity indoors or hold outdoor services of no more than 100 people.
  • Restaurants, bars, and other food and drink establishments have a capacity limit of 50 people indoors and a maximum of 4 people per table.
  • Sports and recreational fitness facilities have indoor capacity limits of 10 people per class or 50 people in areas with weights and exercise machines.
  • Personal care services: services that require a guest to remove their mask or face covering are not permitted.

A full list of Orange-Restrict requirements is on the Ontario.ca website.

There will be a temptation to socialize more, to open our homes to friends and family—and gather in groups. Please continue to limit close contact, keep your distance, mask up, and socialize outdoors when the weather supports that opportunity. Following these measures will keep people safe and healthy until the vaccine is more widely available. 

Public Health Updates

As of March 30, 2021, there are currently 84 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 40 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has five confirmed ongoing cases.

Other Updates

Eligibility expanded to age 70+

Southwestern Public Health (SWPH) has expanded COVID-19 vaccination eligibility. With COVID-19 vaccination efforts going well for those between the ages of 75 and 79, Southwestern Public Health and the Middlesex-London Health Unit will expand the list of those who can receive the vaccine to include all those 70 years of age and older. The expanded eligibility comes into effect immediately. For full details visit www.swpublichealth.ca/eligibility.

Learn more

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.

 

Check-in calls with Oxford County Library (OCL)

Right now it's more difficult to visit our branch libraries and speak with library staff in person. There are so many services that OCL can provide to you while you’re at home – books to read, DVDs to watch, online courses, magazines and newspapers, streaming entertainment—all free of charge with an OCL card. No card? No problem! We can get you signed up. From no-tech to high-tech, we can connect you with the services that work best for you. Let our friendly staff spend some time with you over the phone and walk you through how to access these services.  We are here for you. Connect with us by calling 226-232-5092.

Learn more

 

Middlesex-London Health Unit moves to Red

In consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, the Ontario government is moving Middlesex-London Health Unit to the Red-Control level in the Keeping Ontario Safe and Open Framework. The decision was made at the request of the local medical officer of health due to concerning trends in public health indicators in the region.

Learn more

March 26

At this time, Tillsonburg and other communities in the Southwestern Public Health region are at the ORANGE level in the framework. We are expected to remain at this level for at least another week.

 

View Framework

 

Highlights from the Orange Zone include:

  • Always stay home if you have symptoms, physically distance by staying two metres apart from people you do not live with, wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces, and avoid non-essential travel.
  • Events and social gatherings in private homes, backyards, or parks (for example, barbeques) are limited to 10 people indoors or 25 people outdoors.
  • Organized public events and gatherings in staffed businesses and facilities (for example, event spaces) are limited to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors.
  • Religious, wedding, and funeral services may operate at 30% capacity indoors or hold outdoor services of no more than 100 people.
  • Restaurants, bars, and other food and drink establishments have a capacity limit of 50 people indoors and a maximum of 4 people per table.
  • Sports and recreational fitness facilities have indoor capacity limits of 10 people per class or 50 people in areas with weights and exercise machines.
  • Personal care services: services that require a guest to remove their mask or face covering are not permitted.

A full list of Orange-Restrict requirements is on the Ontario.ca website.

There will be a temptation to socialize more, to open our homes to friends and family—and gather in groups. Please continue to limit close contact, keep your distance, mask up, and socialize outdoors when the weather supports that opportunity. Following these measures will keep people safe and healthy until the vaccine is more widely available. 

 

Public Health Updates

As of March 26, 2021, there are currently 76 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 47 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has five confirmed ongoing cases.

Other Updates

COVID-19 vaccine appointments for age 75+ 

Southwestern Public Health (SWPH) has expanded COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to an age group that ranges from those who will turn 75 this year to those who are 79. Eligibility now also includes all Indigenous community members 16+, as well as faith leaders who, as part of their regular role, are at increased risk of exposure to COVID-19 through close contact with persons and families in specific circumstances. These individuals will be given appointment booking information from their workplace.  For full details visit www.swpublichealth.ca/eligibility.

Learn more

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.

 

Ontario small business support grant doubles

The Ontario government is providing additional support to eligible small businesses to help with the ongoing costs of the COVID-19 pandemic. Confirmed eligible recipients of the Ontario Small Business Support Grant will automatically receive a second payment equal to the amount of their first payment, for minimum total support of $20,000 up to a maximum of $40,000. This support to help small business owners keep the doors open and workers employed is part of the 2021 Budget, Ontario's Action Plan: Protecting People's Health and Our Economy.

Learn more

March 23

At this time, Tillsonburg and other communities in the Southwestern Public Health region are at the ORANGE level in the framework. We are expected to remain at this level for at least another week.

 

View Framework

 

Highlights from the Orange Zone include:

  • Always stay home if you have symptoms, physically distance by staying two metres apart from people you do not live with, wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces, and avoid non-essential travel.
  • Events and social gatherings in private homes, backyards, or parks (for example, barbeques) are limited to 10 people indoors or 25 people outdoors.
  • Organized public events and gatherings in staffed businesses and facilities (for example, event spaces) are limited to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors.
  • Religious, wedding, and funeral services may operate at 30% capacity indoors or hold outdoor services of no more than 100 people.
  • Restaurants, bars, and other food and drink establishments have a capacity limit of 50 people indoors and a maximum of 4 people per table.
  • Sports and recreational fitness facilities have indoor capacity limits of 10 people per class or 50 people in areas with weights and exercise machines.
  • Personal care services: services that require a guest to remove their mask or face covering are not permitted.

A full list of Orange-Restrict requirements is on the Ontario.ca website.

There will be a temptation to socialize more, to open our homes to friends and family—and gather in groups. Please continue to limit close contact, keep your distance, mask up, and socialize outdoors when the weather supports that opportunity. Following these measures will keep people safe and healthy until the vaccine is more widely available. 

 

Public Health Updates

As of March 23, 2021, there are currently 78 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 52 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has five confirmed ongoing cases.

Other Updates

COVID-19 vaccine appointments for age 75+ 

Southwestern Public Health (SWPH) has expanded COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to an age group that ranges from those who will turn 75 this year to those who are 79. 

Learn more

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.

March 19

At this time, Tillsonburg and other communities in the Southwestern Public Health region are at the ORANGE level in the framework. We are expected to remain at this level for at least another week.

 

View Framework

 

Highlights from the Orange Zone include:

  • Always stay home if you have symptoms, physically distance by staying two metres apart from people you do not live with, wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces, and avoid non-essential travel.
  • Events and social gatherings in private homes, backyards, or parks (for example, barbeques) are limited to 10 people indoors or 25 people outdoors.
  • Organized public events and gatherings in staffed businesses and facilities (for example, event spaces) are limited to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors.
  • Religious, wedding, and funeral services may operate at 30% capacity indoors or hold outdoor services of no more than 100 people.
  • Restaurants, bars, and other food and drink establishments have a capacity limit of 50 people indoors and a maximum of 4 people per table.
  • Sports and recreational fitness facilities have indoor capacity limits of 10 people per class or 50 people in areas with weights and exercise machines.
  • Personal care services: services that require a guest to remove their mask or face covering are not permitted.

A full list of Orange-Restrict requirements is on the Ontario.ca website.

There will be a temptation to socialize more, to open our homes to friends and family—and gather in groups. Please continue to limit close contact, keep your distance, mask up, and socialize outdoors when the weather supports that opportunity. Following these measures will keep people safe and healthy until the vaccine is more widely available. 

 

Public Health Updates

As of March 19, 2021, there are currently 66 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 45 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has three confirmed ongoing cases.

Other Updates

COVID-19 vaccine appointments for age 75+ open on Monday

The Province of Ontario announced it will be expanding the list of those who can receive a vaccine. Following Premier Doug Ford’s announcement, the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU), Southwestern Public Health (SWPH) and Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) will expand COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to an age group that ranges from those who will turn 75 this year to those who are 79, starting Monday, March 22.

Learn more

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.

 

 March 16

At this time, Tillsonburg and other communities in the Southwestern Public Health region are at the ORANGE level in the framework. We are expected to remain at this level for at least another week.

 

View Framework

 

Highlights from the Orange Zone include:

  • Always stay home if you have symptoms, physically distance by staying two metres apart from people you do not live with, wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces, and avoid non-essential travel.
  • Events and social gatherings in private homes, backyards, or parks (for example, barbeques) are limited to 10 people indoors or 25 people outdoors.
  • Organized public events and gatherings in staffed businesses and facilities (for example, event spaces) are limited to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors.
  • Religious, wedding, and funeral services may operate at 30% capacity indoors or hold outdoor services of no more than 100 people.
  • Restaurants, bars, and other food and drink establishments have a capacity limit of 50 people indoors and a maximum of 4 people per table.
  • Sports and recreational fitness facilities have indoor capacity limits of 10 people per class or 50 people in areas with weights and exercise machines.
  • Personal care services: services that require a guest to remove their mask or face covering are not permitted.

A full list of Orange-Restrict requirements is on the Ontario.ca website.

There will be a temptation to socialize more, to open our homes to friends and family—and gather in groups. Please continue to limit close contact, keep your distance, mask up, and socialize outdoors when the weather supports that opportunity. Following these measures will keep people safe and healthy until the vaccine is more widely available. 

 

Public Health Updates

As of March 16, 2021, there are currently 72 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 45 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has three confirmed ongoing cases.

Other Updates

First vaccines given in Oxford and Elgin

The first vaccines were given in Oxford and Elgin on Monday. More than 2,000 vaccinations will be given over the course of this week, with another 5,000 planned for the week of March 22. An additional batch of appointments will be released weekly on Mondays based on vaccine inventory that arrives to the two Southwestern Public Health vaccination clinics in St. Thomas and Woodstock. It is expected a new block of appointments will be released on Monday, March 22 at 8:00 a.m. for the following week. Eligible individuals who do not directly receive booking information through an employer, a care provider’s home, or a care provider, are asked to book at www.covidvaccinelm.ca or by calling 226-289-3560. Please do not call public health, primary care providers, or arrive at the vaccination clinics to book appointments.

Learn more

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.

 March 10
At this time, Tillsonburg and other communities in the Southwestern Public Health region are at the ORANGE level in the framework. We are expected to remain at this level for at least another week.

 

View Framework

 

Highlights from the Orange Zone include:

  • Always stay home if you have symptoms, physically distance by staying two metres apart from people you do not live with, wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces, and avoid non-essential travel.
  • Events and social gatherings in private homes, backyards, or parks (for example, barbeques) are limited to 10 people indoors or 25 people outdoors.
  • Organized public events and gatherings in staffed businesses and facilities (for example, event spaces) are limited to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors.
  • Religious, wedding, and funeral services may operate at 30% capacity indoors or hold outdoor services of no more than 100 people.
  • Restaurants, bars, and other food and drink establishments have a capacity limit of 50 people indoors and a maximum of 4 people per table.
  • Sports and recreational fitness facilities have indoor capacity limits of 10 people per class or 50 people in areas with weights and exercise machines.
  • Personal care services: services that require a guest to remove their mask or face covering are not permitted.

A full list of Orange-Restrict requirements is on the Ontario.ca website.

There will be a temptation to socialize more, to open our homes to friends and family—and gather in groups. Please continue to limit close contact, keep your distance, mask up, and socialize outdoors when the weather supports that opportunity. Following these measures will keep people safe and healthy until the vaccine is more widely available. 

 

Public Health Updates

As of March 10, 2021, there are currently 49 confirmed ongoing cases of COVID-19 reported in the Southwestern Public Health region.

There are currently 27 ongoing confirmed cases in Oxford County.

Tillsonburg currently has one confirmed ongoing case.

Other Updates

Southwestern Public Health COVID-19 vaccination information

Southwestern Public Health will open another large block of vaccine appointments for eligible Oxford County, Elgin County and City of St. Thomas residents on Monday, March 15, 2021 at 8:00 a.m.

Appointments are available at the new Southwestern Public Health region sites – Goff Hall in Woodstock (381 Finkle Street) and St. Thomas-Elgin Memorial Arena in St. Thomas (80 Wilson Ave), as well as available locations in London and Middlesex.

Find current vaccine eligibility details at www.swpublichealth.ca/eligibility.

To book an appointment online go to www.covidvaccinelm.ca. Locate the City of St. Thomas Memorial Arena option or the City of Woodstock Goff Hall option from the location dropdown menu.

To book an appointment by phone call 226-289-3560 (8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday to Sunday)

Remember to complete your consent form prior to arrival.

Learn more

 

 

Complete your consent form

Southwestern Public Health is reminding the public that consent forms are required for anyone who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those who anticipate they will want a vaccine do not need to wait to fill out this form. It can be completed now while you await eligibility.



Video Messages

I will also be sharing video messages on the Town's Facebook page during this challenging time. If you have questions you'd like me to answer, please send them to covid-19@tillsonburg.ca.

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