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COVID-19 spread not related to temperature?!

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COVID-19 spread not related to temperature?!

So what caused the new case count to drop for several months in the summer in Ontario?!

https://www.healthing.ca/diseases-and-c ... 1604713249
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LOL, after half a century, we still don't know the answer for the same question for influenza. In summer time, most schools closed, humidity tends to be higher, more outdoor activities, more sunshine means more making of vitamin D. These are all contributing factors to help keep the virus in control. But the virus is mostly spread by gathering of people, especially indoor. People started to show pandemic fatigue since Labour day party, the cases surge is totally expected and we are not even in winter yet :( There is a reason why Health Canada now urges people to switch to 3 layers masks.
angryaudifanatic wrote: So what caused the new case count to drop for several months in the summer in Ontario?!

https://www.healthing.ca/diseases-and-c ... 1604713249
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Reality is that Ontario will need to go back to Stage 1 if the trend continues.
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Funny that it's almost impossible to get an actual list of what each stage/colour code means in terms of actual restrictions/action. Great way to communicate.

This seems to be the clearest with what proposed measures are, but... leaves it at 'may'be.
https://www.toronto.com/news-story/1023 ... odes-work/

Remarkably, the best info I could find seems to be a tweet!?

Any from the sounds of it, basically everything except 'gray' is trivial. I guess the latest record number is an indicator of what is to come.

carmaster wrote: Reality is that Ontario will need to go back to Stage 1 if the trend continues.
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I had found that site earlier. If you read the article rather than just the title, you would see that there is no clear list of what actions each code would bring.

I did finally find the detail, two links away. Definitely not very easy to find.
skyra322 wrote: Maybe learn to google.

https://www.ontario.ca/page/covid-19-re ... e-and-open

Also in over a dozen news articles.

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