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Masks now mandatory in indoor public settings in KFL&A

Kingston’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kieran Moore has issued a public health order making masks mandatory inside any indoor public setting. Mayor Bryan Paterson issued the announcement on YouTube on Friday, Jun 26, 2020. 

“That means masks will be required for going into grocery stores, retail stores, restaurants, hair and nail salons, as well as community centres, houses of worship, libraries and inside buses and taxis,” the Mayor said.

University Holidays July 1,2,3

From the Principal:

Telephony Service Outage

Telephony Service Outage

Telus will be making minor changes to Queen's telephone services on 28 May 2020 between the hours of 6:00 am and 7:00 am. These changes may result in minor disruptions to active calls but will not affect calls between Queen's local numbers or 911 services. If after this period you continue to have problems with your voice services, please contact the IT Support Centre for assistance.

DPMM & COVID-19

Dear Department members, the COVID-19 situation continues to develop quickly but I would like to share the following updates:

1. All academic rounds, conferences etc have been suspended until further notice. We will look to develop virtual alternatives in the near future.

Kingston’s Science Rendezvous has won national recognition as the best Science Rendezvous event in the country.

Complete article from: https://www.thewhig.com/news/local-news/kingston-science-rendezvous-receives-national-recognition
Kingston’s Science Rendezvous has won national recognition as the best Science Rendezvous event in the country.

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