COVID-19 Updates

  • Moon River Marine Covid-19 Response - Their plans on how they are dealing with the virus.
  • Moon River Marine Action Plan - Moon River's policies and procedures concerning the pandemic.
  • Transcript of March 31 conference call.
  • Camp Sanitation Protocols - steps to be taken to clean and sanitize camp.
  • Camp Sanitation Protocol Checklist - checklist for ensuring camp is thorougly sanitized.
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  • IHME COVID-19 State-by-State Projections - The shaded area is the minimum and maximum with the dashed line being the median.  A person can select their state in the green banner.
  • Thoughts to keep in mind while Boating During COVID-19.

  • May 2, 2020

    "Marinas may also begin preparations for the recreational boating season by servicing boats and other watercraft and placing boats in the water, but not open to the public. Boats and watercraft must be secured to a dock in the marina until public access is allowed. Only customers accessing their primary residences will be allowed access to the marina at this time."

    May 9, 2020

    The Township water access ramps will continue to remain closed to follow the Provincial direction of prohibiting "Recreational boaters and non-residents".

    May 19, 2020

    "Calling the border with the United States a clear point of "vulnerability" for Canada in terms of Covid-19 infections, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday that, by mutual agreement, the border will remain closed to nonessential travel until at least June 21.

    Trudeau did not rule out a further extension of the border closure. The US-Canada border has been closed since March 21.

    Even if the border does reopen to nonessential travel, Trudeau repeated that stronger measures may be put in place, such as requiring quarantine, medical checks and tracking for those entering Canada, including those from the US."

    June 1, 2020

    Ontario Opening Backcountry Camping in Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves

    As of June 1, limited backcountry camping will be available at Ontario Parks, including access points, paddle and portage routes and hiking trails.... Following current provincial restrictions no more than 5 people can occupy a backcountry campsite during their stay, unless from one household.

     


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    Current as of June 1, 2020 8:26 MDT