So PLEASE, STAY HOME, STAY SAFE, and when you have to go out, PRACTICE PHYSICAL DISTANCING
It is Time for Authorities to Crack Down on those who go on acting like this killer virus is ‘fake news’. The irresponsible behaviour of a few is endangering us all.
A News Commentary by Niagara At Large reporter and publisher Doug Draper
Posted April 5th, 2020 on Niagara At Large
Niagara, Ontario – According to Niagara Region Public Health, the latest count, as of this past Saturday, April 4th at noon, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 or Coronavirus in this Niagara region has climbed to 123.
Out of these 123 reported cases, 26 individuals confirmed to have the virus have “recovered” or have been “resolved,” according to Niagara Region Public Health, and that is encouraging.
Quite tragically, at least seven people in Niagara, Ontario that health authorities know of have died.
Please keep in mind that the very first confirmed case of Coronavirus in Niagara, Ontario was reported barely more than three weeks ago on March 12th, and the first death was reported barely more than a week ago, during the last full week of March.
That all means that the number of cases and the number of deaths related to Coronavirus in Niagara, Ontario are growing exponentially, meaning that the upward slope of the line of the graph – that line that doctors and nurses and other frontline health care workers are so desperately hoping to see flattened to keep from overwhelming our health care system – has been rising more steeply over the past three or four weeks. Continue reading