Whether it's attending a party, hosting family members for dinner, or participating in any of the other activities that are currently prohibited in Toronto to curb the spread of COVID-19, many residents are simply less willing to make necessary daily sacrifices than they were during the first lockdown in the spring.
During a press conference Monday afternoon, Ontario's Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Barbara Yaffe said the majority of the virus spread in the province is coming from long-term care, retirement homes, workplaces, and social gatherings — adding that roughly one third of Ontario's population is still socializing.
Toronto, public health guidelines are in place to keep us safe.— John Tory (@JohnTory) January 10, 2021
But, their effectiveness hinges on our individual diligence in following them.
Please, only leave home for essential trips. pic.twitter.com/3ob8d4Ron2