Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began his announcement saying the situation in long-term care facilities with Canadian Armed Forces support has improved; military support in Ontario and Quebec will continue until June 26, with additional help being offered to Quebec until September
 In homes where conditions have improved, the 1,400 military personnel currently in homes will be redeployed to other homes in need until September
 An international pattern is emerging – countries re-starting economies are seeing a resurgence of COVID-19 cases – Canada is trying to learn from other countries’ re-opening plans
 At the First Ministers’ Meeting last night, discussions were about:
o Systemic racism, re-opening the economy, PPE supply and paid sick leave
o Premiers agreed to a country-wide plan for a safe re-start
o Prime Minister reaffirmed Ottawa is ready to contribute $14 billion to help provinces and
territories to address critical needs over the next six to eight months; this includes
personal protective equipment for health care workers and businesses, testing and
contact tracing, child care, assistance for vulnerable populations, support for
municipalities and paid sick leave for workers
 Addressed the video of Chief Allan Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation
arrest, stating this is unacceptable and not an isolated incident -there will be an independent investigation into this matter
 Mentioned physical distancing as the best way to protect yourself from COVID-19 – however in travel (flight) this may not be possible
 Mandating temperature screenings in a phased approach (first for those entering Canada, then those exiting Canada and lastly those traveling within Canada). A passenger with a fever will not be allowed to board their flight
 Reiterated there is no place for discrimination in Canada


The Premier began his address by expressing excitement for improving trends and improving conditions in Long-term Care Homes and gave thanks to all front-line workers
 Reported the lowest day-over-day increase in Ontario since March 28
o 17 out of 34 public health units in Ontario reported seeing no new cases
o 28 out of 34 health units reported five or less new cases
 Need to get economy roaring again but also get people and businesses back on their feet
 Noted the majority of the Province moved into Stage 2 today
 The public health guidelines will be changing today to introduce social circles
 Important step forward – allows family and friends to reunite safely while reducing risks
 As we re-open and reunite, we must remain on guard


· York Region Chairman and CEO Wayne Emmerson issued statement about National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day

· Ontario investing $15 million into health and safety measures for farm operations

· Trends changing as more younger people get COVID-19 in York Region

· Markham Stouffville Hospital gradually resumes surgeries and procedures delayed by COVID-19

· Google Maps launches new features to help commuters avoid crowds

Below is a summary of the detailed information contained in the Interactive Dashboard – Cases at // As of June 12, at 5 p.m. there are:

2,760 total confirmed cases 30 new cases* since yesterday (27 new, 3 due to data cleaning)57 confirmed cases in hospital, 18 of which are in Intensive Care330 cases among health care workers, of which 288 cases have resolved*1 new fatality226 total confirmed fatalities 2,064 resolved cases9 institutional outbreaks under COVID-19 protocols:

o 4 Long-Term Care/Retirement Homes

o 5 Community Care Settings

o 0 Hospitals

o 0 Child Care Centres

o 0 Emergency Housing

56 institutional outbreaks declared over

*Data quality is an ongoing process and may result in the more/less cases reported on a day-over-day basis or other changes to how cases are classified (e.g., municipality, acquisition, etc.). These data quality activities have also resulted in the re-categorization of individuals. Data quality activities do not increase or decrease total case counts.

All dashboard data, including workplace outbreaks, case demographics and institutional outbreaks (including the number of resident and health care worker positive cases), can be found by clicking on the “COVID-19 in York Region” box, or for quick reference, is available here. The data can still be filtered by municipality.

31,726 total cases (26,187 resolved); with 2,498 related fatalities in Ontario 97,530 total cases (405 increase in last 24 hours); with 7,994 related fatalities in Canada (34 new in the last 24 hours)Over 7.4 million total cases worldwide with cases in 216 countries, areas or territories; 418,294 related fatalities reported to WHO


No new cases today in King!