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Dr. Moore provides update on COVID-19 outbreaks, hospitalizations

Kingston’s Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore released a status update on several COVID-19 outbreaks in the community on Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020. “We name these not to lay blame or to shame anyone, but just to let people know the level of activity in the community,” Dr. Moore

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Fairmount Home staff member tests positive for COVID-19

On Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020, the County of Frontenac learned that a staff member at Fairmount Home has tested positive for COVID-19. According to Frontenac County, that staff member is self-isolating and “receiving any necessary treatment.” Both staff and residents at Fairmount Home for any symptoms of COVID-19, the County

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Healthcare worker at Fairmount Home tests positive for COVID-19

A healthcare worker at Fairmount Home has tested positive for COVID-19, the County of Frontenac said in a release Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020. According to the County, that healthcare worker is now self-isolating, and receiving any necessary treatment. At the same time, the County is monitoring Fairmount residents and staff

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County of Frontenac seeks input on budget from Kingston residents

Kingston residents are invited to offer input on the County of Frontenac budgets for Frontenac Paramedics’ land ambulance service and Fairmount Home for the Aged at a virtual public meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 9:30 a.m. These shared services are largely funded by Kingston property taxpayers, despite being located

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Hall Monitor: A Discounted Option

Kingston City Council sat for meeting number 22-2019 (agenda) on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019, where, after a delayed start from a closed session regarding staffing and corporate structure, they focused on an affordable housing project, a budget request from the County of Frontenac, and potential changes to the municipal fee

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