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Offline buster

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April Meeting possible Problem
« on: March 06, 2020, 12:18:43 pm »
Just a guess, but we may not be allowed into Applewood for the April PLUG meeting. Older groups of people may be more strictly isolated by then because most of the danger from the coronas virus is to the over sixty group.
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Re: April Meeting possible Problem
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2020, 01:33:48 pm »
The person we work with to schedule meetings lets us know if Applewood is under quarantine. We've had that happen a couple of winters due to the flu. When it's happened in the past, we've checked with her a few days before in the winter. But usually she calls us first. If it's just preventative, I expect they'd follow any recommendation by Peterborough Public Health and so far PPH is just monitoring the situation and so far no cases have been confirmed or even reported in Peterborough but there were 14 in Toronto, now 11 with 3 having fully-recovered.


Honestly, the flu is far more of a health threat (to seniors, too) than COVID-19. But if we want to discuss COVID-19 and risks, that should be directed to the news board. It could be an interesting discussion, or maybe that's just me. :)

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