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  1. Kawartha Lakes: https://www.kawarthalakes.ca/en/news/covid-19-update-32-a-message-from-the-mayor.aspx
  2. All expiration dates on or after March 1 were extended until further notice: https://www.ontario.ca/page/extended-validation-periods?_ga=2.37673568.1592670306.1586264313-887641135.1584726326 extending licence plate sticker validation including International Registration Plan (IRP)
  3. U.K. PM Boris Johnson now in ICU: https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/coronavirus-johnson-hospital-1.5522983
  4. Fish are now starting to run up the Wolf River and the fish cams are up and running: http://www.wolfrivercam.com/wrc20191_002.htm
  5. Bobcaygeon Porch Sing in support of Pinecrest: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pLZJK0fYo4s Canadians belt out Hip song ‘Bobcaygeon’ in support of town grappling with COVID-19 outbreak
  6. Barber shops would definitely be human-to-human contact under 2 m.
  7. Kawartha Lakes: https://www.kawarthalakes.ca/en/news/covid-19-update-28-april-1-2020-a-message-from-the-mayor.aspx
  8. I suppose a positive side-effect outcome is that a year without any opening day crowds will likely have a substantial positive effect on the fishery going forward.
  9. What will the stance be on solo fishing once the ice is gone? Up until now I’ve been assuming that fishing alone, far away from any other person, would be an acceptable way to pass the time in the current situation. Obviously, opening day crowds and boat launches where people congregate would would be unacceptable due to risk of community spread, but there are many ways to fish without any risk of spreading the coronavirus.
  10. Kawartha Lakes: https://www.kawarthalakes.ca/en/news/covid-19-update-25-kawartha-lakes-issues-second-call-for-protective-supplies-for-paramedics.aspx
  11. I had to make a grocery run on Friday. Perhaps the panic-buying is dwindling, finally, because everything I required was in stock this time. That had certainly not been the case one week prior when many shelves had been completely emptied of things.
  12. Kawartha Lakes: https://www.kawarthalakes.ca/en/news/covid-19-update-24-a-message-from-the-mayor-apsx.aspx
  13. I read that too. It’s worth noting that it was only in the cabins that had not yet been disinfected, and not in the already-disinfected cabins, so it sure sounds like our efforts to disinfect, sanitize, and hand-wash might indeed be very important for our own safety. It stated that remnants of the virus were found in the cabins of people that had tested positive through nasopharyngeal swab, including positive-testers that had been asymptomatic. That would seem to support the stance that infected asymptomatic people can shed the virus.
  14. loss of smell and/or taste: https://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/health/coronavirus/not-just-smell-loss-of-taste-may-also-be-covid-19-warning-sign-1.4869325
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