‘It could have reverberations in the community’

'It could have reverberations in the community' 1


Infectious disease specialist Dr. Sumon Charkrabarti talks about the COVID-19 risk posed by parties like the one broken up in Brampton, Ont.

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32 Comments on "‘It could have reverberations in the community’"

  1. To much Frosted | July 27, 2020 at 10:04 AM | Reply


  2. Rustybucket & the Battery Clamps | July 27, 2020 at 10:10 AM | Reply


  3. Michael Pender | July 27, 2020 at 10:14 AM | Reply

    Will BLM protesters get the fine too

  4. Social Distance Warrior | July 27, 2020 at 10:15 AM | Reply

    Alternatively, they could have just sealed the attendees in house for a few months.

    • And just like the rest of the world, they would die without food; or perhaps they would have died of a lightning strike, same mortality rate as the wuflu.

    • Social Distance Warrior | July 27, 2020 at 10:05 PM | Reply

      JMAC LIVES – so you think the “wuflu” is not a threat.

    • @Social Distance Warrior statistically, even in the worst occurrences; it’s only as bad as a bad flu. Even with the bloated numbers.

      Because I didn’t need the government to tell me how afraid I should be of the flu, I’m not going to do so for this one either. I’m also not a fear mongering authoritarian though, so there’s that.

    • Social Distance Warrior | July 27, 2020 at 10:44 PM | Reply

      JMAC LIVES – you are completely wrong about its death rate compared to the flu. You nay want to check your sources.

    • @Social Distance Warrior how about you provide some current sources? Sounds like you need to do some homework to back your assertions.

  5. Robert Korvin | July 27, 2020 at 10:32 AM | Reply

    They can spread it to their families and maybe there will be less of them in Brampton. Five of them were shot as well, what a great party; I hope they keep it up.

  6. Fffjjd Ccbntf | July 27, 2020 at 10:39 AM | Reply

    House party ooooooo wow crazy!

  7. 3:20
    I don’t think it should be looked as a failure if we do see more cases

  8. They should have just said it was a BLM protest and they would have got away with it

  9. Martin Sabol | July 27, 2020 at 12:35 PM | Reply

    All they had to do is say it’s BLM circle and absolutely nothing would happen. I don’t see police dispersing vandals from parks

  10. Louis-Marcel Otsamba | July 27, 2020 at 1:23 PM | Reply

    Welp we’re doomed

  11. They should have invited the PM and taken a knee, then it would be just fine. Random rules, hypocrisy, $100,000 fines all totally ridiculous!

  12. But the tent cities are ok. So sick of the double standard hypocrisy

  13. Mafia and Money launderers behind it definitely.

  14. diy Heterogeneity | July 27, 2020 at 5:16 PM | Reply

    Trumps fault must be some way you can twist it to be trumps fault.

  15. Behavior change….dont like the sound of that.

  16. I am glad we take it so serious in Canada and there are penalties for putting the public at danger.

  17. Roger Haspeck | July 27, 2020 at 8:30 PM | Reply

    I can’t stop saying “Dr Sumon Charkrabarti” it’s so melodic, and just rolls off the tongue !

  18. Bunch of karens

  19. Until you start going after all the protesters for blm then this is irrelevant.

  20. Talk mortality rate, not cases, we are not idiots and you are propagating lies.

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