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COVID-19 news Feb. 1: British variant behind devastating Barrie LTC outbreak

A new COVID-10 variant first detected in Britain and now in several other countries, including Canada, is behind the devastating outbreak at Roberta Place, a long-term care home in Barrie, Ontario. The new variant is upending of conventional wisdom about how the virus spreads.

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COVID-19 news Feb. 1: British variant behind devastating Barrie LTC outbreak
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    COVID-19 variant in Barrie outbreak upends conventional wisdom of spread

    This article was published more than 1 year ago. Some information may no longer be current. Kerry Austin was taken aback when she got a telephone call from public health, telling her to stay home and isolate until further notice. She had already spent two weeks confined to her house after she sat at …

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