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Help Spread the Word – Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives

Ontario has reached a critical point. We are in a crisis and we need your help!  

The COVID-19 case count continues to rise. Our public health care system is being pushed to the brink and Ontario’s long-term care system is fighting new outbreaks.   

It is more critical than ever that Ontarians – Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives.    That is why we need your help to send a strong and clear message to all Ontarians through a coordinated social media campaign using #StayHomeON.  

Beginning Friday, January 22, we need you and your members to help us spread the message across all your social media platforms using the #StayHomeON. Please post a short 15-second video or other content unique to your organization reminding your followers to stay home, stay safe, and save lives.  

We would be so grateful to you for continuing putting public health first and with us to help stop the spread of COVID-19.    We will get through this together by staying apart.  

A message from the office of the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism, and Culture Industries

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