CORONAVIRUS: FEARS OF VIRUS LEAVES CHINESE-CANADIAN COMMUNITY FEELING TARGETED- JANUARY 29 2020

Jan 29, 2020

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Libby Znaimer is joined by Dr. Matthew Miller, an Associate Professor with the Institute for Infectious Diseases Research at McMaster University and Tonny Louie, Chair of the Chinatown Business Improvement Area.

Here in Ontario, there are two confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Toronto, and one presumptive case in Ottawa. And yesterday, we learned that there is a presumptive case in Vancouver, British Columbia.

There has been a growing concern among Canadians amid the ongoing threat of the virus. Much of that fear has been directed towards the Chinese-Canadian community. Dr. Miller helps clarify the facts about the virus and Tonny explains how this scare has impacted his own community, specifically, in Chinatown.


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