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The Covid-19 working group continues to meet and monitor the changing levels of care and requirements. Up to this point everything we are following is within the guidelines of the local health unit and the provincial mandates (We are in a stay at home order as of April 8 at midnight in Guelph). We are grateful that people are making the best choices for themselves and others. We know many of you are staying home to protect a family member, others in our community, to allow you to do your job, to be a caregiver to a neighbour, because your own health is at risk. We know this is a source of grief and struggle to let go on one thing to order to allow another thing to happen. Please know that the Dublin comunity is doing what it can to be present with you even if it is not in person very often these days. Be wise, be safe, be well. You are important to us. Just so you can rest easier -- we truly are more a virtual community than a gathering one at this time.
Thanks also for the ways you have stayed in touch with each other. For making that call. Sending an email or card. Making that grocery run. If there is anything we can do from the church let us know. Remember Sunday Coffeetime (ZOOM) at 11:45 am is one just way of connecting.
(Updated April 7) *The Dublin Street United Church building is closed to the general public. Please contact the staff member you wish to meet or call the office for more information.
*Online services will continue on YouTube.
*Staff will be working from home primarily if not exclusively at this time.
*All scheduled meetings for Dublin groups are still happening online unless specifically named.
Further information is available below, check back often for most recent news.
Guelph Public Health:
Latest updates from region and other useful information links can be found here.
Ontario Ministry of Health Coronavirus Preparation:
The latest updates from the Ministry of Health: howto protect yourself, what to do if you’re sick after travel and how to recognize possible symptoms.
United Church communities of faith are referred to this page on the Western Ontario Waterways Regional Council website for emergency planning information wowrcucc.ca/covid-19-pandemic-resources/