May 19, 2024
Trinity Bellwoods jam-packed despite rules
Park dwellers appeared to mostly be in their 20s or 30s, and many were not wearing masks and not keeping two metres apart. The scene was variously described as a nightclub, a cocktail party and disappointing.
Park dwellers appeared to mostly be in their 20s or 30s, and many were not wearing masks and not keeping two metres apart. The scene was variously described as a nightclub, a cocktail party and disappointing.

The covidiots (these people are NOT idiots) were out in full force Saturday at Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods Park. The hipster favourite at the west end of Queen Street West was filled with people who apparently have never heard of physical or social distancing in the coronavirus era (actually, they don’t give a damn).

As photos and video of people sitting side by side, having large group picnics and ignoring public health advice were shared widely on social media, city councillor and board of health chair Joe Cressy (typical totalitarian?) reacted with disappointment on Twitter.

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“Toronto, this will not end well if we don’t all do our part and respect physical distancing,” Cressy said.

“Going outside is good for physical and mental health, but at a distance. We’re by no means out of the woods yet. Anything but. Please, we are all in this together.”

[Interesting Read]

See Also:

(1) Men see face masks as sign of ‘weakness’: Mayor Tory

(2) What if they declared a pandemic and no one noticed?

(3) Home buyers, sellers in GTA rolling with pandemic punches

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