Toronto deputy mayor urges Ford to rethink opening golf courses 1

Toronto deputy mayor urges Ford to rethink opening golf courses

 

Toronto Deputy Mayor Stephen Holyday is asking the premier of Ontario to reconsider the closures of golf courses and tennis courts.

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19 comments

  1. Over three weeks ago the Texas Rangers played in front of a full crowd. 38,000 fans. Daily new cases (7 day average) have leveled off in Texas over the past month, while deaths and hospitalization have gone down substantially. Positivity rate decreased to 4.2% on April 25th.

    1. They have had a lot more vaccines and also a higher infection rate, they have more successfully achieved herd immunity due to those factors, We have not.

    2. @J J and yet million rounds played in Ontario by just shy of two million golfers with zero [COVID-19] cases in the province due to the game of golf.

    3. @J J Ontario active case count has fallen 9.5% in just 8 days. The spring peak has been passed, almost exactly one year after the peak passed in 2020.

      LTC cases and deaths have been nearly zero for two months.

      The survival/recovery rate is 99.07% for non-LTC cases in Ontario.

      Turn off the news. Turn on the actual source data websites and examine the data for yourself. It is the only way to be properly informed. The politicians and “journalists” are most certainly not interested in accurately informing you about the virus (or anything else).

  2. Are you in Ontario? Do you miss golf? True North Golf is here for you to get your golf fix during lockdown

  3. Of course when it affects Politicians it`s a problem , but when it affect the general public it`s not a problem

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