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Toronto (April 13, 2003) - The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute continues to be SARS-free.
Like other GTA hospitals, Toronto Rehab put in place extreme precautions to protect patients and staff from the virus after Ontario’s Commissioner of Public Heath declared an outbreak on March 26. These efforts appear to be paying off and hospitals across the city are beginning to adjust their precautions accordingly. However, we must all remain vigilant in response to SARS.
At Toronto Rehab, we are cautiously and gradually moving forward to resume patient care services, while maintaining appropriate measures to protect patients and staff. On Monday, April 14, we are introducing some changes in accordance with provincial directives and after careful consideration with our colleagues in the system. This week, our primary focus will be on restoring inpatient services and selected outpatient programs. As of Monday, April 14:
Again, all of Toronto Rehab's five sites continue to be SARS-free. And we are doing all that we can to keep it that way. We will continue to update you as we implement further changes.
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