Many people look forward to doing away with winter, but others dread it. Spring brings on warmer weather, flowers, and more sun, but with it comes pollens, bees, and a few other things.
It is well known that in our region, trees and grasses tend to pollinate between April and June. Ragweed tends to be a problem for some in late summer and early fall.
Here are a few steps you can take to help reduce effects caused by allergies:
May 5th is World Hand Hygiene Day.
As part of our commitment to client safety, hand hygiene audits are performed annually. Audits help to ensure employees are following proper hand hygiene techniques to do their part in the prevention of spreading of infection.
For more information on hand hygiene, please visit the following websites:
We wish that we could say that COVID has disappeared, but unfortunately, it is still with us. On February 9th, the Ontario government made access to COVID Rapid Tests more accessible to the general public. Click on the link below to see where to access free tests.
London, Ontario, Canada