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  • March 14, 2021: #LoveLocal - Communities need more than just a vaccine to stay vibrant during pandemic
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week (Kawartha Lakes, ON: Kawartha Media Group, 2004), 14 Mar 2021     "If we don't buy local, we're going to have to say goodbye to local." Experts encourage public to support small businesses
    Whitnall, Catherine, Kawartha Lakes This Week (Kawartha Lakes, ON: Kawartha Media Group, 2004), 14 Mar 2021   "If we don't buy local, we're going to have to say goodbye ...
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COVID-19: The Kawartha Lakes Pandemic Time Capsule


A collection of local and general news articles, photographs, experiences shared by citizens of the City of Kawartha Lakes during the COVID-19 global pandemic shutdown, March 17, 2020 to the present day. The COVID-19 pandemic made the world reconsider standards of public health care, childcare, and debate on the future of the working world as global economies shut down behind lockdowns and stay-at-home orders to protect their citizens from the fast-spreading novel coronavirus or COVID-19. In Ontario, outbreaks at many long-term care homes led to an investigation in September 2020 into the living and working situations within the homes following deployment of Canadian military to support exhausted front-line long-term care home workers and alleviate short-staffed situations. As of September 20, 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic infected 1,581,910 Canadians (580,194 in Ontario, 1269 in Kawartha Lakes). 1,508,657 people recovered from the infection (564,163 in Ontario, 1212 in Kawartha Lakes). 27,434 Canadians died due to COVID-19 (9655 in Ontario, 58 in Kawartha Lakes). As of September 20, 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic infected 228,807,631 people worldwide. 206,812,076 people recovered from the virus. 4,697,099 deaths due to COVID-19 were reported worldwide.