Guelph meals coronavirus. Solely deliveries and take away will likely be allowed
Due to the increase in COVID-19 restaurants, breweries and bars in Guelph, take-away is only available in Guelph. Due to the worrying surge in COVID-19 this Sunday, the city can only offer takeout for a few weeks, Guelph reported 2,718 new cases of coronavirus, adding up to 364,520 cases and 7,438 horrific deaths
Following the surge in COVID-19 cases in Guelph, authorities announced that restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars in the county will only be able to offer take-out services for the next three weeks to stop the surge. with infections.
“To reduce the possibility of overcrowding and the possibility of exposure in environments where people do not cover their faces, restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars can only offer take-away, window and home delivery services,” said the Guelph County Health Department in a statement.
The three-week restrictions will take effect Wednesday at 10:00 p.m. local time, the day before Thanksgiving.
Increase in coronavirus cases
This Sunday, Guelph County reported 2,718 new cases of COVID-19 and nine more deaths, bringing the total number of cases to 364,520 cases and 7,438 deaths.
The county had amassed three days with more than 4,000 reported cases, including Thursday’s record of 5,031, the highest number of infections in a day since the pandemic began.
According to the latest data from health authorities, 1,401 hospitals infected with the virus are in the hospital, 26 percent of them in intensive care units. That is more than double the daily amount in early October when it was less than 700.
The restrictions could be increased, warned health officials. If the five-day average of cases increases to 4,500 or more, or hospital admissions are more than 2,000 per day, a three-week home order is placed.
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