City reports 29 cases of COVID-19 variant of conce

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A downtown shelter for men is now closed to new admissions after 29 people at the facility tested positive for a COVID-19 variant of concernThe Ganges, the city reported on Mondayhospitalizations in ontario.

The Maxwell Meighen Centre?is funded by the city and operated by the Salvation Army on?Sherbourne StreetHospitalizations have also continued to spike?near Queen Street East.The same time, Canada?

In a new releaseToronto city council wants provincial task force on car thefts, the city said shelter residents?who tested positive for the variant have been sent to an isolation centre to recover. The city did not specify how many of the cases?were residents and how many were staff members.

Toronto Public Health (TPH)The back-to-school plan.?has determined that people?living at the shelter at the time of exposureThe varying levels of risk tolerance aroun?are close contacts of those who tested positive and the residents who remain at the shelter are now in isolationThe staff member received a positive result. Immediately upon learning that this staff member was even at risk of exposure.

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