A SIGN OF THE TIMES The message at a Highway 11 home south of Earlton is straight-forward – “Stay home. Save our families. Protect our friends.” “I thought it was important that people know this,” said Annie Rivard, at far left. Rivard is a nurse at Temiskaming Hospital and her daughter Natasha is also more vulnerable to illness because of health issues. Rivard said she’s taking the public health messages “very seriously.” The kids – from left, Natasha, 12, Mikael, 10, and Jacob, 14 – were also looking for projects during the extended March break, she said. (Staff photo by Diane Johnston)

Temiskaming reports first COVID-19 case

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The first case of COVID-19 in the district was confirmed by the Timiskaming Health Unit yesterday. He’s described as a man in his…

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Temiskaming reports first COVID-19 case was last modified: March 25th, 2020 by Editorial Staff