Oshawa Mayor Dan Carter issues COVID-19 statement

OSHAWA – In a Special Meeting of Council on Friday, March 13, Oshawa City Council implemented temporary preventative actions, including closures and cancellations for community and recreation facilities and programs.

“The safety, health and well-being of the Oshawa community is our top priority. We stand together with our neighbouring municipalities, the Region and the Province with measures in place to prevent the spread of the virus and keep our residents and staff safe,” said Mayor Dan Carter. “While not convenient, we appreciate the cooperation and patience of the community during this trying time and ask them to follow Health Canada’s COVID-19 best practices in their individual routines. The risk remains low in Durham Region; let’s do our best to keep it that way.”

To view the Mayor’s video message, visit www.youtube.com/OshawaCity.

Read the full list of temporary closures and cancellations online.

The City of Oshawa continues to work with its local and regional partners to share information and is monitoring the situation closely.

For updates on City closures and changes to programming and operations and how best to protect yourself, visit www.oshawa.ca/coronavirus.

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