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COVID-19: Plastic dividers widely ineffective or even counterproductive, Ontario expert says

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Ontario’s top advisors guiding the province’s pandemic response says the plastic dividers may not only be ineffective — they may be counterproductive to public safety.

Ontario still in 4th COVID-19 wave, likely to continue through winter: top doctor “Science is evolving,” said Dr. Peter Jüni, scientific director of Ontario’s COVID-10 Science Advisory Table and professor of medicine and epidemiology at University of Toronto at St.

Michael’s Hospital.Jüni told Global News in an interview Thursday that the use of barriers in public spaces may be hurting the effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19.“Where you see (them) in schools or restaurants, the plexiglass can impede ventilation and give people a wrong sense of security,” Jüni said.The.

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