Restaurants are 'one of the most dangerous places' right now: Colin Furness on COVID-19 in Canada 1

Restaurants are ‘one of the most dangerous places’ right now: Colin Furness on COVID-19 in Canada

 

Infectious control epidemiologist Colin Furness discusses Canada's COVID-19 trajectory.

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14 comments

  1. Anyone who chooses not to follow public health orders is disrespecting their family, their friends, their community and the front-line health care workers who are doing everything in their power to care for those in need.

  2. Yes, they are. However perhaps sleeping on the streets is “more” dangerous. Or living in abusive environments. Free housing for middle class please.

    1. if you ask for free housing for middle class they aren’t middle class anymore, the war on the middle class has been going on for decades

    2. @scary terrry I feel we shouldn’t have to become homeless to deserve affordable housing. If there’s no middle class, that’s fine. As long as everyone has a clean and healthy environment to live in.

    1. IF they scan them, many are not. You can also copy a friends and hope they don’t check the address on your (mandated) drivers license.

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