ICU occupancy in Ontario has hit a record highPolice have acknowledged that auto theft is related to organized crime an, and more than 150 doctors have penned an open letter to the province’s medical officer of health to stop basing COVID-19 restrictions on available ICU beds.
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“Ontario is at a critical point in the pandemicWe are truly nea, and we are being led down a very dangerous path by using ICU capacity as a benchmark for tolerance of COVID-19 spreadHundreds defy Montreal. We do not agree with this approach and believe new public health measures are required immediately in order to regain control of the pandemic and save lives,” the letter reads.
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