Ontario sends province-wide coronavirus message

The province of Ontario will be sending it's residents an emergency message to all phones, radios, and TVs at 2:00 PM today

The province of Ontario has sent it's residents an emergency message to all phones, radios, and TVs at 2:00 PM today, according to the Toronto Star.

This message told Ontarians that if they have travel abroad, then they are required by law to self-isolate for 14 days.

As well as this, and due to the coronavirus contagion rates, it also told residents that they should "NOT visit stores, family or friends.” It goes on to say that staying home and self-isolating is necessary to stop the virus.

In a press conference yesterday, Premier Doug Ford and his health minister Christine Elliot told journalists that they would use every tool at their disposal to stop the spread of the virus.

In Ontario, there has been 858 confirmed cases, with 15 deaths. In Canada at large, there has now been 4,018 confirmed cases, with 39 deaths.