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Clinicians will now have to make changes to their practices, conduct pre-screening of patients to determine if they are suitable for an in-person visit and decrease the number of patients seen in the clinic at any one time, she said.Physiotherapists will have to determine if there is any other way to provide the care needed that doesn’t involve close physical proximity to a patient, she said.“If manual therapy is one of them, then I need to think about do the risks of using it outweigh the benefits, or vice versa,” Gardiner Millar said. “Sometimes there are many different ways to treat the same impairment or disability with our patients.”email@example.comProvincial police have charged a man after a shooting and fire Sunday night in the village of Parham, Ont.The Frontenac Detachment of the OPP said that shortly after 8:30 p.m. officers responded to reports of gunshots in the community north of Kingston.One person was treated for non-life-threatening injuries and a fire, which started in a residence, had spread to an adjacent church causing extensive damage.Ontario will allow child-care centres across the province to open as early as this Friday as more parents head back to work, Premier Doug Ford says.The province is moving to Stage 2 of its reopening plan in much of the province, so it’s important to ensure supports for parents are in place, he said.“And for older children, we know there’s been a lot of questions around camps,” Ford said Tuesday. “Summer day camps will also be allowed to open with some restrictions as part of Stage 2.”Education Minister Stephen Lecce said child-care centres will need to follow strict guidelines and, if they don’t, will face penalties that have been increased by $1,000 a day per child.The new rules will limit the number of children and staff in any one confined place to 10.Staff and children will need to be screened before entering the facility every day, he said.Centres will be cleaned before the children arrive and throughout the day, and toys that might easily pass along germs will be removed, plus inspections will be stepped up, Lecce said.Some parents still may not feel comfortable yet sending their children into centres, he said.“We will protect these parents by ensuring that you do not lose your spot nor be charged during this period of time,” Lecce said.Ontario Green party Leader Mike Schreiner said he was disappointed that the Ford government is not providing additional funding to child-care operators to help them meet physical distancing and public health guidelines.“The stringent protocols announced are necessary to keep kids safe, but it is totally unreasonable to pin the burden on non-profit childcare centres alone without boosting their resources,” Schreiner said in a statement.NDP child-care critic Doly Begum said many centres are already barely hanging on, so expecting them to absorb the extra cost of personal protective equipment, screening and cleaning will lead to higher fees for parents or closures. According to K. Sravan Kumar, counsel for Revanth Reddy, the bench directed that the investigating committee should comprise officials from the Telangana State Pollution Control Board, Union Ministry of Mnvironment, Forests and Climate Change, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) and the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Agency (HMDA) and officials of the lakes and water bodies department.
"The restriction does not apply to instances of loading/unloading of goods (as part of supply chains and logistics); buses carrying persons and trucks and goods carriers plying on state and national highways; or persons travelling to their destinations after disembarking from buses, trains and flights," Bhalla said.
A large number of social, economic, religious and sports activities are currently allowed to function, under what the MHA has termed as 'Unlock 1'.
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In total, 1475 of the tickets will be given to Port Adelaide members, 475 to Adelaide Crows Members and 50 to Adelaide Oval ticket holders.(Getty)Crows CEO Andrew Fagan says while his club's fans will be outnumbered, he hopes they can still have an impact."Although there's only 475 Crows members that will be there, I'm sure they'll make their presence felt," he said."I'm sure they will make plenty of noise, probably try even harder than they usually do, it will add to the event so I'm sure the players will appreciate it."Both clubs also hope the move to allow crowds is a sign that restrictions will be eased further, and the players may have to only spend three weeks in a Gold Coast hub."I'm more optimistic than I was probably a few weeks ago, this is a great first step, I think it's a sign that we're maybe heading in the right direction," the Crows CEO said."It seems like there is a greater degree of confidence amongst the health authorities and the government in regards to easing of these restrictions and we're very hopeful about that," Power CEO Keith Thomas added.The Premier has revealed more of South Australia's will be soon lifted, with the details to be announced on Friday.For breaking news alerts and livestreams straight to your smartphone sign up to the 9News app and set notifications to on at the App Store or Google Play.You can also get up-to-date information from the Federal Government's Coronavirus Australia app, available on the App Store, Google Play and the Government's WhatsApp channel.Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd has announced a recapitalisation plan worth 39 billion Hong Kong dollars ($5bn) led by the Hong Kong government to help it weather the coronavirus pandemic.