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View Marcus Powlowski Profile
Lib. (ON)
My understanding is that about 15% to 20% of the cases are more serious. Again, a scenario in Thunder Bay, of 1,000 people, that's 150 to 200 people possibly requiring hospitalization. Thunder Bay Regional, like almost all hospitals in Ontario, is full to capacity. People who are admitted are waiting in the emergency room without beds. What are we going to do when we have to find beds for another 150 to 200 people?
Are we actively looking at finding alternative beds, alternative institutions, using hotels as they did in Washington, or in Thunder Bay, our former psychiatric hospital, if required to meet that surge capacity?
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