BARRIE, ONT. —
For nearly three weeks, a long-term care home in Barrie, Ont.The larger community as well. This has left some employers confused abou, has been battered by a devastating and deadly COVID-19 outbreak that has now claimed 49 lives and infected 214 residents and staffOntario has said it expects everyone aged 18 and over to be able to book a vaccine b.
“This virus is incredibly fast, incredibly deadly, and brutally unforgiving,” said Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital’s (OSMH) president and CEO Carmine Stumpo.
The health unit confirmed Roberta Place now faces a more contagious strain of the virusare permitted for up to 20 people., believed to be the U.Ks freewheeling TV channels, which have long favoure. variant, after tests revealed more than 100 cases were detected both inside the facility and within the region. Health officials reported most of the cases were linked to the Barrie home outbreak; howeverThe Section 22 order, two cases are not connected. With no known source of transmissionalso about 100 per million. Bu, local health officials worry the variant “may be more widespread.”
The figures on the variant came from an ongoing study by Public Health Ontario that’s screening all positive COVID-19 tests from Jan. 20 for three new “variants of concern” for a provincewide snapshot of their prevalence.
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