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Inside Edition 18 Oct 2020

Ontario, Canada Spin Class Linked to 69 COVID-19 Cases


Authorities say at least 69 cases have been linked to a single spin studio in Ontario, Canada, despite the fact that they said they followed all protocols, including operating at 50% capacity, maintaining six feet between each bike and temperature checks. But riders were permitted to remove their masks during the indoor class — a big no-no, says Dr. Oz. The spin center where that outbreak happened said in a statement that they will not reopen until it is safe to do so.

Dr. Peter Lin talks about how to celebrate thanksgiving and other holidays during a second wave and the new restrictions imposed to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Canada's top doctor warns of a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases if Canadians don't follow pandemic guidelines.
A group of doctors is urging Ontario to introduce tighter restrictions at indoor locations such as bars, restaurants and gyms in order to combat a rise in COVID-19 cases.

Ontario health officials project some 1,000 new COVID-19 cases per day in the first half of October, but Premier Doug Ford still won't say at what point the province could see rollbacks to Stage 2 of its reopening plan.

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