Inmate at Toronto South Detention Centre tests positive for COVID-19

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The new count brings Ontario's provincial total to 671 active cases, as well as 13 deaths.

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The new count brings Ontario's provincial total to 671 active cases, as well as 13 deaths.

Ontario reported 100 new cases of COVID-19, alongside five more deaths related to the illness earlier on Wednesday.

novel coronavirus , Ontario’s Ministry of the Solicitor General confirmed. A statement from the ministry sent out Wednesday said that an inmate at the Toronto South Detention Centre tested positive for COVID-19. READ MORE: Ontario confirms 100 new coronavirus cases and 5 more deaths, total jumps to 671 active cases According to the statement, the ministry was informed by local public health that the inmate was a possible COVID-19-related case upon admission, and was immediately placed in isolation. All infection prevention steps have since been taken by the TSDC, and screening procedures for respiratory illness will continue, the statement continues. 2:50 Coronavirus outbreak: 3 more COVID-19 deaths in Toronto as city closes all parks Coronavirus outbreak: 3 more COVID-19 deaths in Toronto as city closes all parks “The health and safety of our staff and those in our custody is the top priority,” said Brent Ross, a spokesperson for the ministry. Trending Stories Coronavirus: More than 55 health-care workers infected as B.C. reports 14th death Story continues below advertisement “We recognize and thank our dedicated staff, who are working hard to keep our correctional facilities and our communities safe. [ Sign up for our Health IQ newsletter for the latest coronavirus updates ] Ontario reported 100 new cases of COVID-19, along with five more deaths related to the illness earlier on Wednesday. The new count brings the provincial total to 671 active cases, as well as 13 deaths. 2:01 Is self-isolation making Torontonians friendlier? Is self-isolation making Torontonians friendlier? Earlier this month, a guard at a correctional facility in the Greater Toronto Area tested positive for the virus, sparking a call for new procedures and a call for concern for those working inside Ontario jails. READ MORE: Read more: Globalnews.ca

How many tests to get the 671? So to be theoretical. You need to look at the number of cases 671 and divide by the number of tests done. Say 10000. So 671/10000. Then multiply that decimal by the population of the city with the most cases. That is the of cases in theory. 13 deaths because of.... What were the pre-existing conditions and age of the deceased?

Pretty low considering the unfettered influx of travellers from hot zones through Toronto Airport the feds have been unleashing on Ontario. Good job fordnation & the task force. Right team at the right time. 😢 Which is basically NOTHING. There are more regular flu cases and MORE deaths from that. This is all about Liberal control over people. Wake up folks. Take a good look at Blackface.

You have to wonder how much lower it would have been if had acted like journalists and attempted to hold politicians accountable rather than parrot the Liberal party talking points.

COVID-19: St. Paul’s Hospital adds automated testing system to COVID-19 fightCOVID\u002D19: St. Paul’s Hospital adds automated testing system to COVID\u002D19 fight

7-Eleven warns Calgary customers after employee tests positive for COVID-19A 7-Eleven in Calgary has asked staff to “self-isolate with pay for 14 days,” adding that it wants customers who were in the store between March 4 and 17 to contact Alberta Health Services. But yet after the mass 'closure' announcement from Ontario Quebec ...... Almost no changes are actually made. FlattenTheCuve or just appear we want to 'with pay' 👍 CP24 fordnation JustinTrudeau Wow, if 7-eleven can pay its workers, why aren’t more larger companies doing the same...? They are just handing out ROE’s. What is the money the government setting aside for companies for..? I thought it was to pay workers...

Prince Charles Tests Positive For COVID-19'He has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health' Give it 5 days. Now, we'll definitely start to see some serious action in finding a vaccine and viable treatments! COVID19 Isolate from your family and from the news. Lots of other people are sick and you should focus on your own back yard right now

Liberal MP tests positive for COVID-19 after developing flu-like symptomsA Liberal Member of Parliament has tested positive for COVID-19. Infected by liberal policy Wow, she got her test results pretty quick, considering there are 10,000+ people who have been waiting 5+ days for results?!?

Community spread and travel now equally blamed for COVID-19 cases in CanadaAn equal number of Canadians who have tested positive for COVID-19 contracted the virus within their communities and from travel, according to Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam. There would have been no community spread if Trudeau and his fellow lightweights had put restrictions in sooner. And Air Canada will be gone soon too. No bailouts. Trudeau is not in control. Who is the puppet master? Follow the money. He's a plant. Isn’t it a shift because all they were testing at first were people who had travelled? 🤨

Alberta confirms 57 new COVID-19 cases, second deathTheres only limited testing being done that way we can keep our numbers low who are these idiots In her 80's ? 81, 89 come on at least give us ALL the facts not just the propaganda . Was she sick before hand, did she have other health issues... Come on. If you want us to believe you TRANSPARENCY!!!! Ctv please STOP cutting the province updates short. Especially to cut to Trump of all things.



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