Toronto, ON – A week ago, after announcing Ontario’s schools would remain closed until September, Ontario Premier Ford suggested he would like to see every student attend a graduation ceremony outside before the end of June.
Trinity Bellwoods Park, May 24, 2020
A year ago, 10 000 people gathered in a park in Toronto, and received a scathing reprimand from this same person.
“First of all, I’m disappointed to say the least with everyone who showed up at Trinity Bellwoods on Saturday. Why don’t you do us all a favour and go get tested now, go to a local hospital or assessment centre and get tested,” Ford said redundantly at the time.”
Superspreader suggester on left
Currently, Ontario has 2,056,058 students attending at 4 820 schools with 126 466 teachers. That would amount to 4 820 gatherings with an average attendance of 1 311 people when you include two guests for each student.
As it was the schools were kept closed based on data suggesting the potential of an 11% spike in cases of Covid-19.
Fortunately, as the local school boards assess the likelihood of organizing such events by the end of June, many are refusing to meet Ford’s request based on “logistics”.
To be honest, they have to be muttering to themselves, “ * Are you fucking kidding me?”
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