January 26, 2021
Looking ahead at 2021πŸŽ‰
Stay up to date with this latest edition of This Week in Durham Region.
Reminder: Ontario’s stay-at-home order still in effect
The Province of Ontario’s stay-at-home order remains in effect, in addition to further restrictions and enforcement to the current province-wide shutdown.
Wash your hands frequently, stay six feet apart, wear your mask, and download the COVID Alert app. For more information and for the up to date status in Durham Region, visit durham.ca/NovelCoronavirus and durham.ca/COVIDCases.
Regional Chair Henry looks ahead to 2021 in latest podcast episode
Regional Chair John Henry looks ahead to 2021 in the latest episode of our podcast, Stuff you should know about Durham Region.
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#BellLetsTalk Day
Durham Region is proud to join the #BellLetsTalk Day conversation on January 28 because mental health matters. Take care of your mental health amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and winter blues by:
πŸ’»Connecting with loved ones virtually
🎨 Trying a creative hobby
πŸ₯° Being kind to yourself
If you or someone you love needs support, resources are available. Visit: durham.ca/CommunityResources 
Have your say on Envision Durham

ο»ΏWe want to hear from you! Durham Region has released some Proposed Policy Directions and we need your input on Major Transit Station Areas.

Learn more at durham.ca/EnvisionDurham
Emergency child care continues in Durham Region
Emergency child care for eligible workers in Durham Region will continue until in-person learning resumes.
This enables eligible health care and front-line workers to provide critical services, while Registered Early Childhood Educators support school-aged children with online learning. For more information, visit durham.ca.
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