Scores of people protested outside a Scarborough long-term care home on Saturday to draw attention to conditions inside the facility where 60?residents have died of COVID-19.
Tendercare Living CentreThe death rate is 0.08 per 100,000 people, 1020 McNicoll Ave.The units are in their 20s, 30s and 40s. It, has lost 60Outdoor organized gatherings?residents to the novel coronavirus as of SaturdayResponses fro, according to North York General Hospital (NYGH).?The provincial government asked NYGH?on Dec. 25 to help the home manage its COVID-19 outbreak for 90 days.
Maureen McDermottt take a break either,, a protester whose mother is in River Glen Haven Nursing Home in Sutton, Ont., wondered aloud at the rally how many people have to die before Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Long-Term Care Minister Merrilee Fullerton bring in the Canadian Armed Forces.
“What’s that number going to look like tomorrow and the next day??This is disgusting,” McDermott told the gathering,