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View Marcus Powlowski Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you.
I read somewhere someone describing a busy neighbourhood bar—although I miss such things—in terms of a place for transmission of communicable disease as being something akin to a wet market in China. There are different kinds of chronic care homes, and I would guess that, depending on the type of home, some have had more problems than others. Probably some homes, in terms of spread of infectious diseases, might also be akin to a wet market in China.
I think Ms. Hall outlined some of those things: a lot of homes where there are four people to a room, narrow halls and one cafeteria. I might add a few other things, such as lower-income residents, more seniors who are more elderly with more chronic care homes, as well as fewer staff, and those are the ones where coronavirus has hit and really spread like wildfire. Am I right or wrong in saying that?
Ms. Hall, maybe I could ask you.
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