On May 21, 2021, the Ministry of Long-Term Care provided Long-Term Care Homes, with information regarding changes to outdoor visits for general visitors and essential caregiver visitors.
In accordance with provincial regulations, recreational amenities in Elgin County will reopen to the public on Saturday May 22, 2021.
Elgin County wants to remind residents that all current emergency orders remain in effect this Victoria Day Weekend, including the closure of outdoor recreational amenities.
There are new restrictions on outdoor recreational amenities in Elgin County as a result of COVID-19 measures announced on April 16, 2021.
Screening and testing for COVID-19 continues to play a central role in the battle against COVID-19. The Ministry of Long-Term Care (MLTC) has mandated screening and testing requirements for staff, residents, essential caregivers, general visitors and support workers to Long-Term Care Homes. Weekly PCR surveillance testing for visitors will be changing to on site “rapid antigen testing” (PanBio).
Elgin County Urges Residents to Stay Home and Stay Safe Elgin County, Ontario – On April 7, 2021, the Province of Ontario declared a third emergency under the Emergency Management … Read more
Elgin County Warden Tom Marks encourages residents to follow public health protocols this Easter weekend to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Today we received notification that a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 through our weekly surveillance testing process. The staff member is asymptomatic and isolating at home.
One Staff Tests Positive for COVID-19 at Elgin Manor For Immediate Release [Elgin County, Ontario] – Elgin County was notified today that a staff member at Elgin Manor has tested … Read more
Province Declares State of Emergency and Issues Stay-At-Home Order For Immediate Release CENTRAL ELGIN, ON – On January 12, 2021, the Province of Ontario declared a second provincial emergency under … Read more