COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Residents of Hunt Club like citizens everywhere in Ottawa, the province, the country and the world are getting used to a new reality: hunkering down in their homes, practicing social distancing and wondering whatís next. We have been bombarded with information on what to do from many different sources. Your Community Association realizes what youíre going through and has put together a list of some useful links.
Whatís the Latest Information on COVID-19?
Where can I find Food?
Since the state of emergency was declared both in the province and the city, it has been increasingly difficult to obtain food supplies due to panic buying of some items, like toilet paper and flour. Commercial grocery chains like Loblaws, Metro and Farm Boy have instituted seniorsí hours (check with store for more info) and are limiting entry to ensure social distancing is possible. They have also implemented stricter cleaning protocols, including wiping down cart handles and providing antibacterial wipes at entrances. Some stores like Loblaws have delivery and pick up at the curb options but there are backlogs of 2 to 3 weeks. However, there are alternatives to the big grocery chains:
Employment AssistanceBenefits to help individuals and businesses facing hardship as a result of the gobal COVID-19 outbreak.
What Resources are Available for Seniors?
Iím Bored! What Can I Do?
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