Ottawa's top doctor has told city residents that if they have or may have COVID-19 and don't properly self-isolate they could face expensive fines.
A Florida couple has been charged after they failed to self-isolate in northern Ontario for 14 days following their entry to Canada, say OPP.
Dr. Eileen de Villa is recommending that Toronto implement a centre for people to self-isolate and quarantine on a volunteer basis.
After months of lockdown, quarantine, and self-isolation on the advice of the WHO, they now said that the spread of the virus from those who do not have symptoms is in fact very rare.
Police performed home checks across Canada in April. They were conducted to ensure that people were not violating quarantine while under mandatory isolation.
A woman in NL in Corner Brook was arrested on Tuesday for refusing to comply with orders to self-isolate for 14 days after returning to the province.
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