TORONTO, June 25 /CNW/ - The Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) along with Toronto hospitals and other health care providers are advising the public participating in G20 activities to be prepared for unpredictable weekend weather, including potential high temperatures and thunderstorms. As many buildings, particularly in the Queen's Park area, are closed on weekends, access to shelter, drinking water and services such as washrooms will be limited.
Toronto Central LHIN health service providers are asking protestors to please be prepared for all weather-related events that may occur, and to bring extra water, snacks and sun/rain protection.
The Toronto Central LHIN is responsible for planning, coordinating and funding key health care services in central Toronto including hospitals, Community Care Access Centre, community support services, Community Health Centres, mental health and addictions agencies and long-term care homes.
SOURCE Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network
For further information: For further information: Susana Hsu, Communications and Community Engagement Coordinator, Toronto Central LHIN, 416-969-3327, firstname.lastname@example.org; Gillian Howard, Vice, President, Public Affairs & Communications, University Health Network, Phone: 416-340-4838, Gillian.Howard@uhn.on.ca