NOTICE: Residents Urged to Take Precautions During Anticipated High Temperatures

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Health measures

Dear patients,

We are slowly returning to a more normal life. From now on, wearing a mask is no longer mandatory at the clinic.

Despite all this progress, every day Ontarians are hospitalized with COVID and many are in intensive care. Residents of Ontario are still dying from this disease.

At the clinic, we are responsible for providing care to a vulnerable population, which is at very high risk of complications related to COVID. Wearing a mask has demonstrated an increased reduction in the risk of transmission of COVID as well as any other airborne disease.

CONTINUE TO BE CAREFUL

In order to protect our patients most at risk, we ask for your cooperation and to wear the mask during your visits and to notify us when making your appointment if you have symptoms so that we can protect patients more at risk for which we must ensure a safe environment.

Upon arrival sanitize your hands and try to stay 2 m (6 ft) away from other people.

We have put markings on the ground and limited the number of chairs in the waiting room if the waiting room begins to get crowded, you may be asked to return to your car and wait there.

Your doctor is still offering virtual visits for routine issues.

Evening and Saturday Clinic:

All evening clinics will be by appointment only. There will be no walk-in clinic. The same procedures as for the day clinic will apply.

Thank you for your collaboration ,

Plantagenet Family Health Team physicians