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Fire Chief Matthew Pegg is leading Toronto’s emergency response to COVID-19. It’s like no fire he’s ever fought

March 30, 2020
By Toronto Star

March 30, 2020, Toronto — We don’t shake hands. The health of the man in charge of the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic is paramount, and besides, shaking hands would violate the rules set by Toronto Public Health, requiring people to remain two metres apart to avoid transmitting the virus that as of Sunday had killed more than 33,000 people worldwide. Toronto Star reports. | READ MORE


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  1. Debra Catsaris says:

    I am writing to ask why a mobile vaccine unit has not yet been deployed to Canadian Veterans living outside Sunnybrook Hospital. At Bathurst and Finch, there is a veteran housing complex (DVA Legion homes), whose residents are mainly over 80, and who are veterans who served this country. There is also a number who are not fully mobile, and your mass vaccination clinics are not convenient for these residents. I would hope that our veterans receive the respect and consideration to be provided a little convenience to get their vaccine which a mobile unit would accomplish, and not be forgotten. “Lest we forget”

    Debra Catsaris

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