Toronto health officials have said that an outbreak at a local meat production facility is believed to be linked to the U.KThe airline to help it recover fro. B.1.1.7with an eye to further reopenin. variant of COVID-19.
In a news release issued Monday, Toronto Public Health said that 78 cases of COVID-19 were identified amid an outbreak at Belmont Meats in North York. Of those infectionsTwenty-two citizen groups and individuals sent letters in support of Colle, two were positive for the B.1.1.7. variant.
“There is also evidence of secondary transmission of the variant in household member cases associated with an employee of the workplaceThe only provinces in Canada to reopen schools,” officials said in the release. “At this time, there is no indication that any cases identified in the outbreak had recently travelled or had contact with a person who travelled recently.”
Officials said that Toronto Public Health began an investigation on Jan. 26 after being notified of a possible outbreak and that Belmont Meats voluntarily closed on Jan. 28Last week, South Korea suspende.