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London Chamber of Commerce postpones virtual State of the City event amid state of emergency

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coronavirus pandemic, after the province on Tuesday declared a second state of emergency that will remain in place for the next 28 days.In addition, the province also issued a stay-at-home order, set to take effect this Thursday, requiring everyone to remain at home except for essential purposes, including going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services, exercise, or essential work.

Coronavirus: Ontario declares 2nd state of emergency, issues stay-at-home order The pandemic had already forced the chamber to turn the event, normally held during breakfast at RBC Place London with hundreds of business and civic leaders in attendance, into an online affair.For up to $60 per person, attendees to the virtual event this.

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