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Re-opening Ontario Act charges laid for Church Service gathering see details here: https://t.co/Lmr07uwq5F
— Aylmer Police (@AylmerPolice) December 27, 2020
🚨Today in Alymer Ontario the police violated section 176 of the Canadian Charter of rights and charged a pastor during the service. We were on the scene to record it all.🚨
— On The Level 🇨🇦🇺🇸 (@OnTheLevelCast) December 27, 2020
I’m very grateful that our provincial government continues to allow attendance at religious services. With strict protocols in place like tracing, limited capacity, mandatory masking, and social distancing, we are safer than on a plane or in a store. #abpoli #cdnpoli #covid19
— Garnett Genuis (@GarnettGenuis) December 27, 2020
"It's not just about the public health measures. It's also the timing of implementation of those measures. The timing is one of the most crucial factors"
— COVIDzero Canada 🍁 (@COVIDzeroCanada) December 27, 2020
Still paying my condo fees in a PRIVATE building and can't access my PRIVATE gym. @jkenney @RichardGotfried @Drew__Barnes @LeelaAheer @shandro Guess I'll get fat watching some World Juniors play hockey while my hockey season is also cancelled. ???????? https://t.co/OCBNvtejhG
— Manny Sidhu (@iamMannySidhu1) December 28, 2020
Alpine skiing is a socially distanced outdoor sport where you wear googles and even a facemask when it’s cold, so as long as the chalets aren’t crowded it makes zero sense to harm one of the last bastions of recreation we have for our long Canadian winters. https://t.co/JnnWLZv35J
— Laura Nash (@Laura1Nash) December 27, 2020
So great to see the parks full of kids on toboggans and snowboards and volunteers starting community rinks. Everyone’s keeping their distance and enjoying the snow. Well done Guelph! pic.twitter.com/uiRUojsjVc
— Councillor Dominique ORourke #Ward6 (@orourke_ward6) December 26, 2020
For many small businesses in Ontario, the province-wide lockdown that began on Boxing Day is the last straw.https://t.co/Z2DnAUG1az
— CTV Toronto (@CTVToronto) December 28, 2020
Very important statistics to keep in mind when discussing COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/hai3NEC3wR
— Dr. David Samadi, MD (@drdavidsamadi) December 28, 2020
The province-wide lockdown continues as health officials warn more cases of the new UK COVID variant could be found. Canada reported 4 cases over the weekend – 3 in Ontario. https://t.co/XyoQqOo82m
— 680 NEWS Toronto (@680NEWS) December 28, 2020
“I think what this [variant] speaks to is how badly we’ve done at controlling, you know, regional, interprovincial and international importation of cases,” Dr. Morris said Sunday. https://t.co/0fAkicaByH #cdnpoli #bcpoli #onpoli pic.twitter.com/W7PUSlM5QQ
— Norman Spector (@nspector4) December 28, 2020
UPDATE: After investigation, these cases have been connected to a traveller from the UK. We all need to avoid non-essential travel and follow mandatory quarantine requirements upon return – they keep you, your loved ones, and communities safe. https://t.co/0WJuw3XMzj
— Patty Hajdu (@PattyHajdu) December 28, 2020
— SkyGoFly (@skygoflycom) December 27, 2020
SCIENTIST DOING HIS OWN OFFLINE TESTING DISCOVERS COVID STRAINS APPEAR QUITE SIMILAR TO COMMON FLU ! pic.twitter.com/gXJGnrWuPP
— Zol Neveri (@ZNeveri) December 22, 2020
Vaccinations paused over the holidays💉: "Only 5 hospitals are operating clinics today, approx 10 will operate clinics Monday, & all will be back in operation on Tuesday."
— Dr. Jennifer Kwan (@jkwan_md) December 27, 2020
I’m not doing it anymore! pic.twitter.com/OE5SbJgzld
— Yvonne WildProtest.com 🇺🇸 🐻 (@_YvonneBurton) December 27, 2020
Report: University of Florida researchers have found no asymptomatic or presymptomatic spread of Covid. The study was published online by the Journal of the American Medical Association.
This could change everything.
— Jenny Beth Martin (@jennybethm) December 27, 2020
1. On 19 March, 152,088 people reported #covid symptoms through NHS triages. There were 1,379 confirmed 'cases' (=pos tests) 4 days later. On 18 Dec just 7,969 people reported symptoms through NHS triages. Yet, on 22 Dec there were 44,903 'cases'. See https://t.co/U5BPBoKEdu pic.twitter.com/01hQpougfD
— Prof Norman Fenton (@profnfenton) December 26, 2020