(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Many people in the community are at odds with the health unit’s constant statements that say there is no confirmed cases of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 in the district.
The reason behind this is that less than 100 people have been tested in the district which contains about 140,000 people. Many people have been refused any sort of testing for the COVID-19, unless they are showing the more severe symptoms.
Other parts of Canada, anyone can be tested as long as they show any symptoms. The Thunder Bay district may sem isolated, but all traffic west to east in Canada comes right through Thunder Bay.
Good advice out of the health unit is for everyone to continue self-isolating and practising being socially distant. This means to stay home as much as possible and keep about a 2 metre distance from anyone you see. Ensure to wash your hands after going somewhere and don’t touch your face.
The Coronavirus COVID-19 is spreading rapidly in the Greater Toronto Area and many residents are worried that the constant flow of gangsters to and from that area is going to bring the virus here and have it spread rapidly throughout the massive network of trap houses these gangs have established. Rough estimates are that about 180 trap houses are operating in Thunder Bay at any given time.
Below is the video the Health Unit put out.
Today our MOH Dr. Janet DeMille provided an update on the COVID-19 impact on the Thunder Bay District. Please watch:
Posted by Thunder Bay District Health Unit on Sunday, 22 March 2020