NURSE NEXT DOOR MISSISSAUGA GIVES BACK TO THE COMMUNITY WITH AWARD-WINNING ARTISTS

Mississauga’s Award-Winning Artists Matt Zaddy and Heather Christine (known as the duo River North) are pleased to team up with Nurse Next Mississauga to bring music to seniors this summer. This unique partnership was launched in June 2020 and has included performances for seniors in Streetsville at Credit River Retirement Residences and at Port Credit Residences. River North will continue to perform several dates for seniors in the months to come.

To show their appreciation for Nurse Next Door Mississauga, River North will be hosting a FREE Virtual Concert on Facebook Live on Sunday, July 12 at 7pm. This concert will include a mix of original and popular music with featured Retro songs from the 50’s and 60’s. Watch the event live on Facebook.

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Peel takes first step toward mandatory non-medical masks

Brampton, ON (June 30, 2020) – Today, Peel’s Medical Officer of Health and Mayors of Brampton, Mississauga and the Town of Caledon announced plans to explore measures, such as a temporary by-law, that would require residents to wear a non-medical mask inside public spaces to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

“Peel Public Health already strongly supports the use of non-medical masks where distancing is not possible and on transit. A time-limited, broader bylaw mandating when and where non-medical masks must be used further strengthens these recommendations and protects Peel residents. Together with the other Core Four behaviours of physical distancing, handwashing, getting tested and staying home if sick, more consistent use of non-medical masks by all residents in public spaces will help drive down cases and bring this first wave to a close in our community.”

Dr. Lawrence Loh, Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel

Peel and its area municipalities in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga join several other municipalities across Ontario weighing the issue of mandatory non-medical masks. They will continue to work together to develop the best approach to regulate masks in enclosed public areas across the region. Measures will be considered at upcoming Council meetings in July

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